Thilo Beck at WEF Roundtable - A Roadmap to Sustainable Health and Better Well-being in the Workforce and Society

Goals House Roundtable, World Economic Forum, Davos – Thilo Beck

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Affluent Neglect

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What is Dialectical Behavior Therapy?

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The Pandemic-Push: Why are so Many People Suddenly Buying Prescription Drugs Online?

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Types of therapy

Reflexology treatment

Our reflexology treatments are provided by a team of highly skilled and emphatic practitioners at Paracelsus Recovery. We can provide a dedicated reflexologist who is solely focused on your needs because we only have one client at a time.

One Client at a Time

Unparalleled staff to patient ratio of 15:1

Reflexology in addiction recovery

Reflexology is a holistic, hands-on treatment that entails applying gentle pressure to specific reflex areas of the body, most commonly the feet, hands, or ears. Reflexology, also known as 'zone therapy,' is a complementary therapy that combines modern theory with ancient Chinese medicine. It is a noninvasive type of massage therapy that has no negative side effects.

Reflexology practitioners use the 'reflex map' of the hands and feet to identify areas of distress in the body's associated internal organs. These specific points correspond to various organs as well as the body's muscular, nervous, circulatory, and skeletal systems. Reflexology has numerous benefits, including improving the immune system, fertility, hormonal imbalances, and relieving tension or stress.

Reflexology treatment also boosts blood circulation and lymphatic movement which enables the body to flush out toxins. The procedure is highly beneficial in the recovery from substance abuse and can result in fewer cravings or reduced withdrawal symptoms. Reflexology, while not a replacement for therapy, can be an effective complementary therapy.

As needed, we incorporate reflexology into our treatment programs in both Zurich and London.

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Reflexology seeks to strengthen the mind-body connection and flush toxins from the body, whereas massage therapy seeks to relieve tension. Massage is used on the entire body, whereas reflexology is applied to the hands, feet, or ears.

Reflexology sessions have been shown in studies to improve nerve functions, blood circulation, and cognitive abilities. Toxin removal facilitated by reflexology can also boost metabolism, energy levels, relieve stress, and assist with cravings. Because reflexology sessions reduce stress, they can help to reduce the severity of your mental health symptoms.

When the congested reflex areas are first treated, reflexology can be a little painful. However, as the condition improves after several sessions, the pain will lessen.

Reflexology has been shown to reduce stress and increase energy levels. Furthermore, because reflexology relieves stress, it can alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with mental health issues or medical conditions.

Yes, reflexology treatment is routinely available in both London and Zurich if required and recommended.

Meet the team responsible for reflexology therapy