Fingertips: Neurovasculars and Double Contact

JAN COLE


2009 CONFERENCE PAPER


To me one of the more gentle “quieter” of the seven, the neurovasculars, are the least conspicuous, the least invasive of TFH’s techniques. Both the NL and NV reflexes have similar relationships to a muscle and organ. As you know, neurolymphatic reflexes, primarily located on the torso, are stimulated with a firm massaging touch whereas the neurovasculars primarily located on the head are stimulated with a light sustained pressure to produce a therapeutic effect.


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