I guess you are thinking that most Reflexologists will say it is the bulbous lump (as it is more obvious and very pronounced). Somehow though, I am drawn to the lump on the plantar aspect of the foot.
The question is...why are you drawn to that image? is it experience? training? instinct? Observation of such signs should lead to research which looks at the feet of all people with brain tumours, to ascertain whether they all have similar signs on their foot, or whether this person's feet are just built that way.
Sadly, I cannot read the two comments already posted as they are very pale grey on grey! Personally, I have never seen anything like the one picture, but have seen many great toes with swellings similar to the other picture, but to my knowledge they did not have brain tumours. So my reply is going to be that I have no idea whatsoever and as this is a site dedicated to the advancing of research will hazard a guess that we will need to study many, many people who have brain tumours in order to be able, hopefully, to definitively state that it will present in a certain manner in the feet!
A very big thank you to the Reflexologist who has had the courage and foresight to start this site.
Oops! - hope you like the new colour scheme - there are still problems with text colour on some pages - I'm waiting for a response from weebly on that. Thanks for your comments Sue, really encouraging! x
Brilliant new colours - I had the same trouble as Sue, but now I can see everything clearly now :-)
Does have reflexology point for phimosis ?
There is no research to suggest there is a specific point, although there are genital areas on the foot reflexes. Other more medical treatments are probebly the best route for treatment.
This blog is written by a reflexologist, researcher, senior university lecturer. Interested in getting more quality research carried out into reflexology and discussing what has already been done in a balanced and professional way.