Medicine Hands: Massage Therapy for People With Cancer
Findhorn Press, 2007/01/01 - 225 ページ
A practical book written for both health professionals and the layperson, this revised guide deconstructs common myths about the use of massage in cancer treatment. Reviewing literature that shows cancer to be caused by genetic mutation and the influence of hormones, the opening discussion emphasizes that mechanical action such as massage does not break tumors open or cause them to spread. The book purports that the real medical issues for massage therapists center on ameliorating the discomfort of treatments such as chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. The topics covered include massage in hospitals, in respite care, for the dying, and for exhausted caregivers, with appendices summarizing research on oncology patients and massage. Charts for the adjustment of massage techniques according to the treatment a patient is undergoing are also included.
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Medicine Handsユーザー レビュー - Overstock.com
Very informative and easy to read. Covers basics without making things complicated. Asset to anyone wanting to explore oncology massage therapy further . Helpful information to use in your private practice when dealing with the issue of cancer and massage therapy.
Review: Medicine Hands: Massage Therapy for People with Cancerユーザー レビュー - Rachel - Goodreads
yeah it had the info i needed and lots more. Not really for the novice like me. But very informative レビュー全文を読む
Introduction A New Era in Oncology Massage 1
Understanding Metastasis Putting Old Wives Tales to Rest 9
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