Here are some more photos of one of our lovely ladies. These three pictures show her right arm over a period of four weeks. Once again this is very unscientific, and it is a little tricky to see the difference, due to lighting, different cameras, and there being nothing to scale against. I would suggest that you look particularly at the wrist and the fingers, which seem to have lengthened somewhat. The feedback from this lady has been extremely heartwarming. Without being told anything about which reflex was being worked at the time, she managed to correctly identify each area of her body by describing the sensations she was experiencing at the time.
This is week 1, prior to any RLD treatment. The hand and wrist is quite broad and there is pocket of fluid in the upper arm.
This is after a couple of treatments. You can see that the fingers appear longer, due to less fluid in the hand. The pocket under the upper arm is still there, but is smaller.
This is after the fourth treatment. The fingers appear longer and the arm looks more normal, the pocket under the upper arm has diminished further. The wrist seems smaller too. What you can't see here is the bulge which sat above the wrist, which has also disappeared.