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Jul 30, 2021

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), called myalgic encephalomyelopathy (ME) in other countries, is one of my least favorite topics. It is just so slippery, and we understand very little about how it comes about, how to treat it, and how massage therapy might help. We are likely to see more cases of CFS/ME soon, as this...


Jul 23, 2021

From appendicitis to vertigo: a quick tour through the first year of I Have a Client Who . . . episodes in alphabetical order. I am so grateful to our listeners and podcast hosts and sponsors who have made all this possible, and I’m looking forward to another great year of I Have a Client Who . ....


Jul 16, 2021

“There’s so much power in the very, very simple things.” Dr. Cynthia Price shares her “I Have a Client Who . . . ” story about a woman under treatment for substance use disorder, who is learning positive things about her body for the first time. It’s a beautiful story that will remind us about why we do this...


Jul 9, 2021

Student’s elbow? Popeye’s elbow? Whatever you call it, an infected olecranon bursa is no joke. Lots of people have to go through several attempts to treat it, culminating in surgery to remove it. When is massage therapy safe?

 

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Jul 2, 2021

What happens when a bone that forms a major pivot point in the wrist falls apart? A friend of a massage therapist is looking for some self-massage ideas as she recovers from a pioneering surgery on her wrist to repair damage from a rare and painful condition called Kienböck’s disease. Or lunatomalacia. Or avascular...