AOR Reflexology Explorer: Right Foot

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reflex map Trachea- cartilage lined tube from mouth allowing passage of air into the lungs. Small intestine - Part of digestive tract where digestion and absorbtion of food takes place. Small Intestine - Part of digestive tract where digestion and absorbtion of food takes place. Pineal Gland - Organ that produces melatonin a hormone that controls light/ dark cycles. Pituitary Gland - Organ that secretes nine hormones that regulate homeostasis Hypothalamus - Organ that links nervous tissue to endocrine tissue via the pituitary - where the brain meets the hormones Sinus / Teeth and the closely associated air cavities in the cranial bones, around the nose and eyes. Eyes - Organs of sight Ear - Organ of hearing Eustachian tube - Tube linking the throat to the inner ear, important in balancing pressure differences Trapezius Muscle - (Showing front only) Large superficial muscle that extends from the occipital to the lower thoracic vertebrae and across the shoulders. Neck / Throat - Bone/ muscle/ tendons/ ligaments and glands that make up this generalised area of the body. Shoulder - Bone/ muscle/ tendons and ligaments  that make up this generalised area of the body. Parathyroid - Organs that produce parathyroid hormone which controls the level of calcium in the blood and bones. Thymus Lungs - Organ of breathing, exchange of oxygen in and carbon dioxide out takes place. Solar plexus - Complex network of nerves located in the abdomen. Liver - Organ of detoxification, protein synthesis and production of biochemicals/ hormones amongst many other functions. Large intestine - or the "colon", part of the digestive tract where waste is prepared for removal from the body and water is reabsorbed. Sciatic Loop - Area responsible for the major nerve that runs from the nerves coming from the base ot the spine and runs to the base of the foot. Adrenal Gland - Endocrine gland that produces many hormones including adrenalin and cortisol Kidneys - Organs that filter waste products from the blood. Stomach - Organ of food digestion. Pancreas - Organ that produces the endocrine hormones insulin,  glucagon and somatostatin and exocrine digestive juices. Gall Bladder - Storage system for bile, located off a duct from the liver Ureters - Connecting tubes between kidney and bladder. reflex map
Trachea- cartilage lined tube from mouth allowing passage of air into the lungs. Small intestine - Part of digestive tract where digestion and absorbtion of food takes place. Small Intestine - Part of digestive tract where digestion and absorbtion of food takes place. Pineal Gland - Organ that produces melatonin a hormone that controls light/ dark cycles. Pituitary Gland - Organ that secretes nine hormones that regulate homeostasis Hypothalamus - Organ that links nervous tissue to endocrine tissue via the pituitary - where the brain meets the hormones Sinus / Teeth and the closely associated air cavities in the cranial bones, around the nose and eyes. Eyes - Organs of sight Ear - Organ of hearing Eustachian tube - Tube linking the throat to the inner ear, important in balancing pressure differences Trapezius Muscle - (Showing front only) Large superficial muscle that extends from the occipital to the lower thoracic vertebrae and across the shoulders. Neck / Throat - Bone/ muscle/ tendons/ ligaments and glands that make up this generalised area of the body. Shoulder - Bone/ muscle/ tendons and ligaments  that make up this generalised area of the body. Parathyroid - Organs that produce parathyroid hormone which controls the level of calcium in the blood and bones. Thymus Lungs - Organ of breathing, exchange of oxygen in and carbon dioxide out takes place. Solar plexus - Complex network of nerves located in the abdomen. Liver - Organ of detoxification, protein synthesis and production of biochemicals/ hormones amongst many other functions. Large intestine - or the "colon", part of the digestive tract where waste is prepared for removal from the body and water is reabsorbed. Sciatic Loop - Area responsible for the major nerve that runs from the nerves coming from the base ot the spine and runs to the base of the foot. Adrenal Gland - Endocrine gland that produces many hormones including adrenalin and cortisol Kidneys - Organs that filter waste products from the blood. Stomach - Organ of food digestion. Pancreas - Organ that produces the endocrine hormones insulin,  glucagon and somatostatin and exocrine digestive juices. Gall Bladder - Storage system for bile, located off a duct from the liver Ureters - Connecting tubes between kidney and bladder.
This chart is for guidance only, it does not necessarily represent the views of the Association of Reflexologists and should not be regarded as a definitive reflexology foot chart.
Reflexology should not be used as a alternative to medical advice.
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