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Doctor-reflexology

YURY RAMANIUK
• He has diplomas as a medical doctor issued in Saint-Petersburg Russia by Federal State Budgetary Military Educational Institution of higher education "S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy " and recognised in Belarus, and as a reflexologist issued in Minsk Belarus by State Educational Establishment "Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (BELMAPO)", Department of Reflexotherapy .

• He has 26 years of medical experience. He has been practising reflexology for more than 20 years and his main methods of work are acupressure, acupuncture, pharmacoreflexology and elements of oriental massage. Yury uses a combination of techniques and an individual approach.

• His main focus is patients with spine problems and diseases: from back pain of office workers to patients requiring surgery and post-surgical rehabilitation, neurological diseases, migraines, enuresis, post-surgical conditions.

• He carries out consultations and reflexology courses.
• In Belgium, Yuri is recognised as a reflexologist by the Belgian professional association BeVo.
Doctor-reflexology
YURY
RAMANIUK
• He has diplomas as a medical doctor issued in Saint-Petersburg Russia by Federal State Budgetary Military Educational Institution of higher education "S.M. Kirov Military Medical Academy " and recognised in Belarus, and as a reflexologist issued in Minsk Belarus by State Educational Establishment "Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (BELMAPO)", Department of Reflexotherapy .

• He has 26 years of medical experience. He has been practising reflexology for more than 20 years and his main methods of work are acupressure, acupuncture, pharmacoreflexology and elements of oriental massage. Yury uses a combination of techniques and an individual approach.

• His main focus is patients with spine problems and diseases: from back pain of office workers to patients requiring surgery and post-surgical rehabilitation, neurological diseases, migraines, enuresis, post-surgical conditions.

• He carries out consultations and reflexology courses.
• In Belgium, Yuri is recognised as a reflexologist by the Belgian professional association BeVo.
Reflexologist, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy, Myofascial trigger point therapy, Deep tissue massage, Acupressure
Reflexologist, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy, Myofascial trigger point therapy, Deep tissue massage, Acupressure
Reflexologist, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy, Myofascial trigger point therapy, Deep tissue massage, Acupressure
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REFLEXTHERAPY

Reflexologist, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy, Myofascial trigger point therapy, Deep tissue massage, Acupressure
Reflextherapy is a method of treatment which is based on the impact on biologically active points of the body (acupuncture points) by various physical factors. Most often, the impact is done by special needles (acupuncture), pressure (acupressure), heat (moxibustion), injecting subcutaneously or intradermally homeopathic medicines (pharmacoreflexotherapy or homeosiniatry), placing of balls or plates made of steel, copper and silver (cubature), magnetic field, laser, vacuum massage (cups), etc.

The impulse arising from the point reaction is delivered to certain parts of the nervous system, and the body's response is aimed at restoring impaired body functions. This stimulation triggers a whole complex of body reactions (reflex, biochemical, neurohumoral).
Reflextherapy is beneficial not only for people who suffer from illnesses, but also for healthy ones in order to prevent problems with and promote physical and mental health.

A reflexologist is a doctor who treats illnesses by manual stimulation of certain body points, using special devices and needles. One of his tasks is also a rehabilitation of patients after complex surgeries and serious diseases. A doctor must know which meridian and which point on it is connected with a particular organ, how to choose the combination of these points, their number and duration of a stimulation, in order to achieve normal functioning of the organism and promote recovery.

Reflexotherapy has a number of benefits, namely:
- It does not cause severe pain - sessions are comfortable and quite painless.
- It ensures long-lasting therapeutic effect.
- It does not require any medication.
- It helps to treat most common illnesses with minimum contraindications.
- No side effects in a form of allergies or hypersensitivity.

Reflexotherapy can be used in all types of medical fields. It can be used as an independent method of treatment and as an additional therapy prescribed by a doctor.

CONTRAINDICATIONS TO REFLEXOTHERAPY

• Illnesses of the nervous system (tension headaches, migraine; sleep disorders; trigeminal neuralgia and facial neuropathy; radiculopathies, plexopathies, mono- and polyneuropathies, vertebral artery syndrome, ischemic brain infarction (stroke) and its consequences)

• Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue (vertebrogenic lumbodynia, lumboishalgia, cervicalgia, cervicobrachialgia, thoracalgia, discogenic radiculopathies of the cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine; arthrosis, arthritis, osteoporosis without pathological fractures).

• Psycho-emotional disorders (astheno-neurotic syndrome, neurosis, neurasthenia, anxious-depressive, anxious-phobic and emotionally labile disorders, adaptation disorders, tics, hyperkinesias).

• Cardiovascular diseases (in compensation stage, without signs of congestion; vegetovascular dystonia; Raynaud's disease, obliterating endarteritis).

WHAT SYMPTOMS YOU SHOULD CONSULT WITH A REFLEXOTHERAPIST:

Acupressure is an ancient method of reflexology based on finger pressure on active points. Acupressure treatment involves acting on the same points as acupuncture (acupuncture). It uses guiding 'meridians' that run invisibly through the body, connecting the active points.

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, also known as " Trigger Point Therapy ", refers to the treatment of myofascial trigger points (MTrP) or 'trigger points' (TrP) that are found in muscles and fascia. Myofascial trigger points are painful, tense areas that are found in muscles. MTrPs affect muscles and fascia. Myofascial trigger points can be found anywhere on the body and are one of the most common causes for chronic musculoskeletal pain, also known as myofascial pain. A certified DGSA Trigger Point Therapist can release these painful and tense points in a muscle and assist in achieving long-term results. There are two primary methods for treating trigger points, Manual Trigger Point Therapy and Dry Needling.

THE FOLLOWING REFLEXOTHERAPY OPTIONS ARE POSSIBLE:

Despite all the advantages of reflextherapy, there are still contraindications:

• Malignant tumours of any nature and any localisation.
• Chronic infections (tuberculosis, brucellosis) in the acute stage.
• Organic heart disease, kidney disease.
• Severe exhaustion.
• State of acute mental agitation and intoxication.
• Second half of pregnancy.

Reflextherapy is undesirable after vigorous sports activities, hot baths, alcohol consumption, heavy meals, smoking, drinking strong coffee or tea.
Reflexologist, Reflexology, Reflexotherapy, Myofascial trigger point therapy, Deep tissue massage, Acupressure
• Ear diseases (non-infectious external otitis media, Meniere's disease, paroxysmal vertigo, vestibular neuronitis, unilateral and bilateral neurosensory hearing loss, vestibulo-cochlear disorders, subjective ear noise).

• Respiratory diseases (pharyngitis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, anosmia).

• Diseases of the digestive system (gastritis, peptic ulcer, atonic constipation, spastic constipation, biliary dyskinesia).
• Male and female urogenital diseases (sexual dysfunction, chronic prostatitis, dysmenorrhoea, early menopause, climacteric syndrome, female infertility, primary and secondary enuresis).

• Skin and subcutaneous tissue diseases (dermatitis, pruritic dermatosis, urticaria, eczema, psoriasis).
• Diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome.
• Allergies.
• Addiction to tobacco, alcohol.
• Overweight.
• Recovery after COVID-19.
A promising trend in the development of modern reflexology is the development of a system for comprehensive rejuvenation of the body.
Deep tissue massage is a massage technique that’s mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries. It involves applying sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues. This helps to break up scar tissue that forms following an injury and reduce tension in muscle and tissue.

It may also promote faster healing by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.

Foot reflexology is the application of pressure to areas on the feet (or the hands). Foot reflexology is generally relaxing and may help alleviate stress.The theory behind reflexology is that areas of the foot correspond to organs and systems of the body. Pressure applied to the foot is believed to bring relaxation and healing to the corresponding area of the body. Reflexologists use foot charts to guide them as they apply pressure to specific areas. Reflexology is sometimes combined with other hands-on therapies and may be offered by chiropractors and physical therapists, among others.

Cranial sacral therapy (CST) is sometimes also referred to as craniosacral therapy. It’s a type of bodywork that relieves compression in the bones of the head, sacrum (a triangular bone in the lower back), and spinal column. CST is noninvasive. It uses gentle pressure on the head, neck, and back to relieve the stress and pain caused by compression. It can, as a result, help to treat a number of conditions.It’s thought that through the gentle manipulation of the bones in the skull, spine, and pelvis, the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in the central nervous system can be normalized. This removes “blockages” from the normal flow, which enhances the body’s ability to heal.

INDICATIONS FOR REFLEXOTHERAPY

• Regular pain in different parts of your back.
• Frequent and severe headaches. Migraines.
• Prolonged illness and treatment.
• Rapid fatigue.
• Frequent colds.
• Nervousness and physical stress.
• Lowered immunity.
• Allergic reactions.
• Stress, irritability, chronic tiredness.
• Problems with sleep.
• Recovery after COVID-19

REFLEXOLOGY CONSULTATION

HOW TO PREPARE? WHAT SHOULD I BRING WITH ME?

A consultation with a reflexologist is necessary if you have any of the following symptoms:

• Regular pain in different parts of your back.
• Frequent and severe headaches. Migraines.
• Prolonged illness and treatment.
• Rapid fatigue.
• Frequent colds.
• Nervousness and physical stress.
• Lowered immunity.
• Allergic reactions.
• Stress, irritability, chronic tiredness.
• Problems with sleep.
• Recovery after COVID-19

The initial appointment begins with an examination and questioning. The doctor listens to complaints, asks questions about your general state of health and clarifies the details of your symptoms. In addition, objective examination methods such as a CT scan, MRI or biochemical blood tests may be used. Having formed a preliminary opinion, the doctor proceeds with the examination.

Diagnosis involves "palpating" reflexogenic zones, body points responsible for the functioning of an impaired organ or functional system. By applying pressure to specific zones, the reflexologist observes the reaction in the body points and draws conclusions about an appropriate therapy option. The doctor will examine possible side effects of the treatment using the described reflexology methods. Then he will make recommendations for further course of treatment. At the first consultation with the reflexologist, the duration and frequency of a particular treatment technique will be determined.
At follow-up visits, the doctor will make sure that the chosen scheme is effective and make adjustments, if necessary. An important prerequisite is that there are no adverse reactions or complications.

On average, a treatment course consists of 8 to 10, sometimes 12 to 15 treatments
Any available examinations (X-rays, MRI examinations, CT examinations) can be sent by e-mail before a consultation.

If a patient has undergone any tests in a laboratory or instrumental examination, those results should be shown to the reflexologist.

Prior to a consultation and reflexology session please avoid any active sports activities, hot bath, drinking alcohol, heavy meals, smoking, drinking strong coffee or tea.

We strictly observe sanitary measures and use only disposable instruments. Needles and other devices are opened in the presence of the patient.

We offer a complete treatment, starting with a consultation and ending with recommendations for relapse prevention. Once the effect has been achieved, the doctor will advise on diet, exercises, and repeated courses to avoid a recurrence of the disease in the future.
SERVICES
Session
Initial consultation and treatment session
Follow up acupressure session
Trigger point therapy
Deep tissue massage
Foot reflexology
A combination of different techniques
Duration
Prices
60-90 min
65 EUR
55-65 min
60 EUR
50 min

60 EUR
30 min
50 EUR
40 min
50 EUR
60 min
90 min
60 EUR
90 EUR

SERVICES

Session
Initial consultation and treatment session
Follow up acupressure session
Trigger point therapy
Deep tissue massage
Foot reflexology
A combination of different techniques
Duration
Prices
60-90 min
65 EUR
55-65 min
60 EUR
50 min

60 EUR
30 min
50 EUR
40 min
50 EUR
60 min
90 min
60 EUR
90 EUR

CERTIFICATES

OUR PATIENTS' REVIEWS

CONTACTS

Stationsstraat 24, 3070 Kortenberg, Belgium
doctorreflexologist@gmail.com