It establishes both their sense of self and their connectedness to the rest of the world. Donna Finando shows that touch is also key to restoring health when illness occurs. As a mother and grandmother, she has experienced the frustration and helplessness of watching a sick child suffer. As an acupuncturist and massage practitioner, she has found there are many simple ways parents can provide relief and even healing for many common ailments that afflict children by using touch therapy. Colds, sore throats, ear infections, constipation, diarrhea, vomiting, and even asthma are some of the common conditions that can be relieved by touch therapy. Finando presents an in-depth explanation of each condition, providing information on causative factors, dietary and behavior recommendations, point techniques that can offer relief, and when to seek medical help.
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Raves and Reviews "Knowing how to touch the human body when it is in distress is the skill that links bodyworkers with physical- and oriental-medicine practitioners. Nowhere is this knowledge more developed than in the seminal work on trigger-point release of Drs.
Janet Travell and David Simons. Their magnum opus now becomes eminently accessible in this clinically pragmatic manual. Informed Touch belongs in the office of every professional practicing a physical medicine of any kind. Seem, Ph. It clearly delineates where the energetic field of the body intersects and animates the physical structure. By acting at this intersection, true healing can take place. Rosenblatt, M. Never before have the disciplines of myofascial pain release and meridian therapy been so beautifully and practically connected.
Simply put, this book is a must for all practitioners of hands-on medicine. Shapiro, D. Incredibly, they have done this in a single text, with excellent graphics, charts, and guidelines to specific soft-tissue work. This essential guide takes the place of many large volumes, especially when information is needed immediately.
I highly recommend Informed Touch for not only the experienced practitioner, but for students as well. Informed Touch should be of interest and value to anyone involved in pain management. Both the seasoned practitioner and student of massage will gain invaluable information about the relationship between myofascial pain syndromes, trigger points, movement and traditional Chinese medicine.
Trigger Point Self-Care Manual
Selective Anatomy Vol 2 E-book. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. English Choose a language for shopping. This comprehensive yet easy-to-use reference guide to treatment of muscle pain begins with chapters on the concept of Qi and its relationship to myology, specific trigger point location and activation, and palpatory skill-building techniques.
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This book is an excellent way to look for a stretch to relieve that specific ache or pain, and to understand that part of your body in relation to the muscular structure surrounding the area. It clearly delineates where the energetic field of the body intersects and animates the physical structure. By acting at this intersection, true healing can take place. Rosenblatt, M.
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