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Daily Archives: September 2009

The Rewards of Working With the Developmentally Disabled

Whether in private practice or in a multi-therapist setting, the clients we most often see are relatively healthy. They are able to ask for and consent to receiving massage therapy. But there is a much underserved population, those who must have their everyday needs taken care of by others, and are classified by society as developmentally disabled. Learn how the simple act of compassionate and caring touch helps those who can’t help themselves.

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Heads Up for Bodyworkers: Gluten Sensitivity on the Rise

More and more people are finding that gluten-containing foods are responsible for their health complaints. Practitioners who know the signs of gluten sensitivity can guide potentially affected clients to get help – and will be better aware of how they can avoid aggravating this common problem.

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Recognizing and Treating Lyme Disease

Although Lyme disease was first identified in 1975, it is still classified as an emerging infectious disease. It is the most common tick-borne disease in the Northern Hemisphere with the greatest number of reported cases in the Northeastern states, as well as Minnesota and Wisconsin. Learn more about this disease and how complementary treatment can assist in healing from it.

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Setting the Scalenes Straight

Often bypassed due to their anatomical surroundings, the scalene muscles may be the source of upper body pain and numbness. Learn about four scalene-specific techniques that, when applied carefully, can bring clients great relief from these common problems.

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