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Jaclyn Pilkington
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  • Cambridge, ontario
  • Canada
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Hello,  I am a massage therapy student in Ontario and am trying to piece together a plan for my case study. My client has pain when touched very lightly on her superior sacrum.  She says it is always…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Therese Schwartz Mar 8.

 

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Therese Schwartz replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"All you can do is do your best!  If your clients know that you are doing the best you can, they will appreciate everything you do for them.  Just don't give it everything you have physically - I have done that routinely for 8 years…"
Mar 8
Jaclyn Pilkington replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"Thank you for all the help - I will try to 'trust my gut' or rather my hands, and do my best.  WIth so many ways to go it definitely can seem overwhelming when first starting.  "
Mar 8
Therese Schwartz replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"There really are an endless number of techniques and approaches!  Each therapist has to find what resonates with them, and that can take some experimentation.  I still feel overwhelmed at times about where to start with clients, especially…"
Mar 8
Jaclyn Pilkington replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"Thank you for your responses.  I just reread my question and I should have said 'any recommendations for techniques to look into'. It's true that you can't tell me how to treat this client without meeting them. Sorry for not…"
Mar 8
Gordon J. Wallis replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"After I said all I said. It's probably trigger points. Usually is. Here is an interesting site that you might find helpful. Www.triggerpoints.net"
Mar 8
Therese Schwartz replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"I agree with Gordon that it's impossible to tell someone how to treat someone remotely.  However, if this were my client, I would start by checking out her piriformis, gluteus medius (including side lying to get the part on the side of the…"
Mar 7
Gordon J. Wallis replied to Jaclyn Pilkington's discussion Case Study
"With all these case studies, there is no cookie cutter prescription. And it's really impossible to tell somebody what to do or how to treat someone remotely like this. And if I do suggest anything that I think maybe helpful, someone else might…"
Mar 7
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Hello,  I am a massage therapy student in Ontario and am trying to piece together a plan for my case study. My client has pain when touched very lightly on her superior sacrum.  She says it is always there.  But on the first day of her menstrual cycle she feels it go into her gluteal area and down her leg to her knee.  She was told she had sciatica...but I'm not sure that is what it sounds like.  Any ideas?  Of what it is...and possible treatments I could try with her?   Thank you! See More
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