The ho-hum life of a nurse and massage therapist in New Hampshire.
Ummmm.....Is this your new solution to requests for a happy ending?Anon.
No, not so much. But I'll keep that option open...
sometimes the problems are too big for you to fix or even helpB
:( Some problems are beyond even the powers of the best among us.
Thank you, B and SCI-FI. I appreciate it.
Been there. Experienced that. Ouch. Just about had be wheeled out in wheelbarrow. My great chiro in the same office couldn't even salvage the day. In retrospect it turned out good. Led me to discover the Egoscue Method. Now I combine regular massage with daily Egoscue e-cise menu tailored to my posture and gait (and updated as it has changed). Using the two as adjuncts together thus far I have managed to pass on that second back surgery the Doc said I just had to have 5 years ago.
Wow, that sounds amazing and fantastic! Good for you. :)I think some folks would benefit more from something like Rolfing/Structural Bodywork than traditional massage.
Structural massage: "You might feel a little discomfort." :-)Bring your A-game baby!
"little discomfort" is a total UNDERSTATEMENT. When we were learning this is school, my partner had me in tears.
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