Appendicitis is an urgent situation where every minute counts. Reviewing its signs best prepares massage therapists to recognize this emergency.Continue reading »
Discover four different techniques that massage therapists can utilize to help decrease the pain, pressure and congestion characteristic of chronic sinusitis.Continue reading »
A breast self-exam is insufficient for detecting inflammatory breast cancer. Since most people are unaware of its symptoms, massage therapists who recognize a potential case of inflammatory breast cancer may make a life-saving referral to an affected client. Editor’s Note: October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Learn more about this important event by visiting: nationalbreastcancer.org/breast-cancer-awareness-monthContinue reading »
A recent study revealed how many people dangerously mix incompatible drugs and supplements. By keeping an eye out for six of the most common risky combinations, massage therapists can direct clients toward the guidance that could potentially save their lives.Continue reading »
Although this muscle is buried in the forearm musculature, repetitive motion injuries often cause pronator teres hypertonicity. By applying specific techniques to the pronator teres, bodyworkers can stop it from compressing the median nerve, thus relieving a great deal of suffering.Continue reading »
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