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Oncology massage refers to massage tailored to the requirements of patients with cancer. This practice requires specialized therapists that pay close attention to the physical, emotional, and psychological needs of clients in all stages of cancer: diagnosis, treatment, recovery, survivor, or terminal.
Japanese "at peace" technique that uses hot spring for bathing in the traditional oriental method.
A non-invasive, osteopathically-based method of body therapy where the practitioner uses gentle movements and positions of the body to facilitate the change of stress and pain patterns. A strong focus is placed on the comfort of the patient, no forceful manipulations are used.
Is specifically developed to access and treat occupational, sport and other pain and injury conditions. This therapy approach addresses tissues primarily involved in locomotion: muscles tendons, ligaments bursa, nerves and fascia.
This comprehensive medical system goes beyond conventional medical philosophy to include an emphasis on structural balance of the musculoskeletal system. Osteopathic physicians use joint manipulation, postural re-education and physical therapy to normalize the body's structure and promote well-being.