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reflex map Kidneys - Organs that filter waste products from the blood. Adrenal Gland - Endocrine gland that produces many hormones including adrenalin and cortisol Spleen - Organ with both immune system and blood cell related functions. Ureters - Connecting tubes between kidney and bladder. Sciatic Loop - Area responsible for the major nerve that runs from the nerves coming from the base of the spine and runs to the base of the foot. Sacrum / Coccyx - The Sacrum is a large, triangular bone at the base of the spine and upper and back part of the pelvic cavity.  It consists of usually five initially unfused vertebrae which begin to fuse between ages 16–18 and are usually completely fused into a single bone by age 34. The <b>Coccyx</b> is the final segment of the vertebral column. Comprising three to five separate or fused vertebrae below the sacrum, it is attached to the sacrum by a fibrocartilaginous joint, which permits limited movement between the sacrum and the coccyx. Large intestine - or the "colon", part of the digestive tract where waste is prepared for removal from the body and water is reabsorbed. Small intestine - part of the digestive tract where digestion and absorption take place. Spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral) - Bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments,  intra lumbar discs and nerves that comprise the spinal column. Thyroid - This gland controls how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins, and controls how sensitive the body is to other hormones. Parathyroid - Organs that produce parathyroid hormone which controls the level of calcium in the blood and bones. Neck / Throat - tendons, muscles, ligaments and glands that make up this generalised area of the body. Pituitary / Hypothalamus - The pituitary is known as the master gland of the endocrine system.  It receives  messages from the hypothalamus and then releases hormones to instruct the other glands in the body. Brain - the centre of the nervous system and exerts centralised control over the other organs of the body, both by generating patterns of muscle activity and by driving the secretion of chemicals called hormones. Pancreas - Organ that produces the endocrine hormones insulin,  glucagon and somatostatin and exocrine digestive juices. Solar plexus - Complex network of nerves located in the abdomen. Stomach - Organ of food digestion. Lungs – Organs of breathing. Exchange of gases (oxygen in and carbon dioxide out) takes place here Shoulder - bone, muscle, tendons and ligaments that make up this generalised area of the body. Eustachian tube - Tube linking the throat to the inner ear; important in balancing pressure differences Ear - Organ of hearing Eyes - Organs of sight Facial Sinus - Air cavities in the cranial bones, around the nose and eyes. reflex map
Kidneys - Organs that filter waste products from the blood. Adrenal Gland - Endocrine gland that produces many hormones including adrenalin and cortisol Spleen - Organ with both immune system and blood cell related functions. Ureters - Connecting tubes between kidney and bladder. Sciatic Loop - Area responsible for the major nerve that runs from the nerves coming from the base of the spine and runs to the base of the foot. Sacrum / Coccyx - The Sacrum is a large, triangular bone at the base of the spine and upper and back part of the pelvic cavity.  It consists of usually five initially unfused vertebrae which begin to fuse between ages 16–18 and are usually completely fused into a single bone by age 34. The <b>Coccyx</b> is the final segment of the vertebral column. Comprising three to five separate or fused vertebrae below the sacrum, it is attached to the sacrum by a fibrocartilaginous joint, which permits limited movement between the sacrum and the coccyx. Large intestine - or the "colon", part of the digestive tract where waste is prepared for removal from the body and water is reabsorbed. Small intestine - part of the digestive tract where digestion and absorption take place. Spine (cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral) - Bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments,  intra lumbar discs and nerves that comprise the spinal column. Thyroid - This gland controls how quickly the body uses energy, makes proteins, and controls how sensitive the body is to other hormones. Parathyroid - Organs that produce parathyroid hormone which controls the level of calcium in the blood and bones. Neck / Throat - tendons, muscles, ligaments and glands that make up this generalised area of the body. Pituitary / Hypothalamus - The pituitary is known as the master gland of the endocrine system.  It receives  messages from the hypothalamus and then releases hormones to instruct the other glands in the body. Brain - the centre of the nervous system and exerts centralised control over the other organs of the body, both by generating patterns of muscle activity and by driving the secretion of chemicals called hormones. Pancreas - Organ that produces the endocrine hormones insulin,  glucagon and somatostatin and exocrine digestive juices. Solar plexus - Complex network of nerves located in the abdomen. Stomach - Organ of food digestion. Lungs – Organs of breathing. Exchange of gases (oxygen in and carbon dioxide out) takes place here Shoulder - bone, muscle, tendons and ligaments that make up this generalised area of the body. Eustachian tube - Tube linking the throat to the inner ear; important in balancing pressure differences Ear - Organ of hearing Eyes - Organs of sight Facial Sinus - Air cavities in the cranial bones, around the nose and eyes.
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 hand chart.
Reflexology should not be used as a alternative to medical advice.
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