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|Comment||Mikey, Thanks so much for the insight. I'm an RN and swim 4-5 times weekly so I wouldn't be surprised if my lower back was stiff and tight. The pain dissappated Tuesday afternoon and I'm back to "normal". The way you explained it it sounds like the therapist did loosen my lower back, but I sure didn't like it! I see her again next month...I'll definitely have a chat with her before she begins. Thanks again for your help. Margie|
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I can answer questions regarding Swedish and Deep Tissue massage, Musculoskeletal Anatomy, SOAP Charting and documentation, Ethics, Myofascial Release, NeuroMuscular Therapy, Seated Chair Massage, and human anatomy & physiology. I cannot expertly answer questions about Eastern or allied modalities such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reflexology, Polarity, Aromatherapy, or Reiki but I may be able to refer you to someone who can.
I have been practicing therapeutic massage and myofascial release for 8 years and have 5 years of experience as an instructor. I have worked in medical, corporate, spa, private, outdoor event, and educational settings.
Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), Certified NeuroMuscular Therapist (CNMT), Nationally Certified Massage Therapist (NCMT).
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