Dalton's muscle energy and myofascial mobilization techniques offer the pain-management bodyworker, sports therapist and structural integrator "Certified Myoskeletal Therapist" credentials that set them apart in the eyes of clients and referrals.
"Hi Carol, thank you, the site you referenced is a goldmine of information to share with patients and oncology nurse colleagues. I am not a lymphedema specialist myself, but as an RN, LMT I always ask clients who has had treatment about lymphedema…"
"Thank you all very much for your responses. We all know how much patients are helped by manual and energy field interventions, but it's difficult to impress cost-conscious healthcare administrators of the value without some real world evidence…"
"I was recently asked to do a fee for service Reiki consult for an inpatient with metastasized cancer who had painful muscle spasms which had not been helped by medication. Fortunately, what I did was useful and offered some relief, but I began…"
As an instructor and a breast cancer survivor I would like to offer my expertise as well as learn and have discussions about other people's experience regarding issues of massage and breast cancer and breast health.
"In addition to the studies done by Tiffany Fields, I would suggest Gayle MacDonald's book, Medicine Hands for some good quotes. Also, The Anatomy of Hope- Jerome Groopman, M.D., and Kitchen Table Wisdom - Rachel Naomi Remen, M.D. both have…"
"I think it can be difficult for medically trained people to let go of control over treatment. End of life is especially challenging because it is actually a natural process where constructive interventions are meant to assist the person to die, but…"
"I've done on-site Oncology Massage at the outpatient clinic in my local community hospital in Hyannis, MA for 8 years now on either a contractual or volunteer basis. I have been repeatedly amazed by how gratifying it was to bring my hands-on…"
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