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Posts Tagged ‘therapeutic massage’

Fascia: The Glue That Binds Us

Fascia is all the talk in bodywork circles these days. Most of us intentionally incorporate some aspect of fascial work in our practices, but in reality ALL manual therapists affect fascial tissue to some extent, whether they know it or not. I have had many clients come in who have either never heard the term

Shoveling and Back Care

What a winter! I don’t remember the last time I’ve seen this much snow! For those of us with snow blowers, it’s enough of a challenge  just figuring out where to put it all. Without one, it becomes important to be aware of what we are doing out there. There are several things we can

Hot Stones in Therapeutic Deep Massage

One of the things I love about this field is the unending potential to learn and grow. From simple things, like learning to use a tool I have been using in a new way, to more complex concepts, and in some cases a complete revamp of the understanding of the functioning of the body, there

When Is A Tennis Elbow Not A Tennis Elbow?

When it’s a trigger point! *ba dump-bump* (Thankfully, I Love my day job!) So anyway, tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a common injury in those of us over the age of 35. It is typically brought on by repetitive activities, particularly those that involve an impact, like tennis, hammering or chopping wood. The tendonous

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