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Daily Archives: February 2006

Differentiating Back Pain from Kidney Pain

Massage therapists are often in a difficult position; western medical diagnosis is beyond their scope of practice, yet awareness and recognition of medical disorders is crucial to their client’s well-being and safety. Mistaking kidney inflammation for a muscular strain can result in inappropriate therapy. Learn how to detect kidney inflammation masquerading as back pain, and what to do about it.

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Massage for Anterior Shin Splints

Spring is fast approaching, meaning many sports enthusiasts will emerge from their winter den to begin physical activity. Shin splints can result from training too hard, too fast, sidelining any athlete. When performed appropriately, massage therapy can prevent anterior shin splints from recurring all season long.

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5 Tips for Heart Chakra Health

Much more than tissue manipulators, massage therapists often function as an intermediary between client’s personal lives and their medical care. Enhance this role by supporting your clients’ heart centers by contributing to their physical, emotional and spiritual health.

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