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Acupuncture, this is a procedure which involves inserting and manipulating needles into different points on the human body to relieve pain for therapeutic reasons. The practice of acupuncture finds its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM, which involves treating the body as a whole and to reinstate the balance of the yin and yang. The yang is the vital energy of the body and the yin is the blood component and if any of these factors are out of balance or blocked, a person is not going to be healthy. Restoring the balance and treating the addiction as a whole, allows a person to get back to full health and have the quality of life so much desired.

Reflexology can be traced back to many indigenous civilizations thousands of years ago as an early form of natural health care.
2500 BC Ancient China and Egypt
There is evidence of an early form of treatment in the tomb of Ankhm'ahor in Egypt.
Reflexology developed in China alongside Acupuncture, working on the same principles of Meridian lines running throughout the body.
Evidence can be also found in India practised in the form of acupressure on the feet.
The North American Indians also used some form of pressure on the feet as a means of health care.
1582 Dr's Asamus and A'tatis published The First Book of ZONE THERAPY in Europe.
1890's Britain. Sir Henry Head, Neurologist, published research on the direct relationship between pressure applied on the skin and its effect on internal organs.
1900's Vienna. Dr William Fitzgerald, E.N.T Surgeon, devleoped ZONE THERAPY.
Pressure on certain bony prominences had a reflex response on another part of the body. These reflex responses lay within longitudinal zones of the body. Working within a zone affected everything in that zone.
1906 Sir Charles Sherrington, Physiologist, provided evidence the whole nervous system responded to stimuli form proprioceptors, specialised sensory nerve endings that monitored internal changes in the body. He received the Noble Peace Prize for his work in 1932
1930's Eunice Ingham pioneered the use of Reflex techniques on the hands and the feet, mapping out areas of the feet that had a beneficial effect on organs and systems of the body. Became what is now known as REFLEXOLOGY.

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