Category Archives: Massage Cases

Massage Therapy Is Always a Learning Process and Why Sharing Experiences Is Very Important

In my years of practicing massage therapy, I still cannot claim I am an expert in the field due to the many new simple things I still need to learn as a therapist. Let me share an experience just happened recently – a “leg cramp.” I hope massage therapists can learn from it. The other Sunday of this month of January 2017, as we were waiting for the mass to start, my daughter came to me saying […]

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Can You Massage Psychological Pain?

One of our friends who is a very good massage therapist told us a story about treating a patient who asked his service to treat his body pains. In the course of the treatment, our friend don’t sense that much problem of his customer’s muscles and that what the patient needed was just only a relaxation massage – not to treat body pains as the patient’s claimed. He suspected the patient might have other internal troubles causing […]

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Massage Remedy For Eye Problems

The title of this article should be “Eye Massage unrecognized remedy for eye problems,” but due to a comical turn of event it changed to the title now – “Massage Remedy for Eye Problems.” One of my patients who had a mild stroke told me about his brother whose eyesight is getting lost. The brother is young at the age of 36 and with four children. He asked if I have any idea about the problem because […]

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