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Daily Archives: October 2007

Bodywork for Clients With Calcium Deposits

An estimated 42 percent of Americans process calcium deposits. These bumps can be found in many different areas of the body and range from barely noticeable to painfully obtrusive. Although their diagnosis is beyond the scope of practice for massage therapists, professional bodyworkers can learn how best to handle clients with calcium deposits.

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Understanding Body Odor

Massage therapy requires prolonged, close contact with people. This can be particularly challenging when clients have body odor. Certain body odors are normal and can easily be addressed, while others may be cause for a physician’s referral. In this helpful article you’ll learn how to minimize unpleasant smells and find out when the situation might require medical attention.

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