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6 Techniques for Cancer Patients | Reflexology
 
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Like these Massage lessons !!! Check out the official app http://apple.co/1IAinBB Watch more How to Do Reflexology videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/501563-6-Techniques-for-Cancer-Patients-Reflexology So, reflexology and cancer. There is so much research that's been done over the years. And certainly research that's being done right now. So if you're curious about reflexology and cancer, I so encourage you to look into the studies. There's a major one being done right now with the National Cancer Institute in this country, the United States, with the NIH. The National Institutes of Health. It's Michigan State University and they are doing incredible work on breast cancer patients and reflexology. This is their second grant and it's really astonishing work. So just research it if you like. Branch Reflexology. Barbara Bower. There's some wonderful people doing that. So it's out there. With cancer, it really depends on the person you're with. If they have cancer, it's really important that you're communicating with them the whole time. If they're undergoing some kind of chemotherapy, they might be really, really sensitive in their feet. So you might want to focus more on relaxation techniques. So we'll start with those. Some of the ones you can use might be the lung press for example. With the lung press you're going to go ahead and make a fist and you're going to with your thumb go ahead and insert it there. And then this hand will support the foot. So this part of the hand will be on the ball of their foot. So we bring it right there and we're just going to support with these fingers. Then to do the lung press we go ahead and press forward and then we kind of wave their foot towards us back. And we go front and back. We're going to do this bilaterally. So it means we're going to be doing it on both feet. We could do it the other direction too. You'll do the other foot as well. Some of the other things you could do could be the metatarsal mover. Just with your thumbs moving the metatarsal heads ever so gently. Again it's really important sometimes the just gentlest of touch for someone who's going through cancer is really, really special. So I encourage you to look into how to be present with your friend or family member and even just holding the feet can be really valuable. You can also work on the foot, in general, as a whole. So you could do all the reflexology techniques. You could do the thumb walking, the finger walking, in particular for the entire body. So we can for instance to the whole arch or belly of the foot. You could do the thumb walking up. You're passing through all of these wonderful vital organ reflexes. Certainly get your maps and look at what you're passing through. You might want to give a little more or less attention to something depending on the kind of cancer your person has. In addition you also can do thumb walking on the heels. You could do it on the ball of the foot. The whole lymphatic system falls through here and across here. So certainly you could do everything, but the relaxation techniques tend to be very popular amongst cancer patients.
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Oncology Massage: Supporting Cancer Patients
 
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Lauren Cates is an Oncology Massage Therapist. Advanced massage training in oncology massage addresses specific problems due to cancer and cancer treatments. It also offers a level of service and support that is needed during cancer.
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Massage of cancer patients
 
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A Massage Therapist Shares Her Experience Working with Cancer Patients
 
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When Jennifer Ashton was in massage school, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. During her treatment she received bodywork twice a day day for 16 months, and this experience not only transformed her healing process, it also changed how she thought about her future life's work. Ashton spent time doing palliative care massage and bedside massage before turning her focus entirely to cancer patients when she became the massage program coordinator at Mount Sinai’s Dubin Breast Center in New York City. To date Ashton and her team has provided over 6,200 massages to patients. Listen as Sonia Jones, founder of Sonima.com, talks with Ashton about this innovative program and the ways in which she stays centered and balanced while doing this good work.
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Massage Therapy and the Hospice Patient
 
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Cindy Staton, Hospice of Mercy massage therapist, discusses what hospice massage is and isn't in this hospice volunteer training video.
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The Role of Massage Therapy in Cancer Treatment
 
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Sitting in the hospital waiting room can be incredibly stressful. People await treatment, either for themselves or loved ones, surrounded by others at various stages of their own treatment or recovery process. This experience can be anxiety-inducing, tedious, and painful. Certainly this is neither the intention nor the desire of the doctors and therapists at Mount Sinai's Dubin Breast Center, however in many instances it has become somewhat unavoidable. Since 2011 the Dubin Breast Center, with the help of Jennifer Ashton and a team of highly skilled therapists, has implemented an unorthodox approach to a traditional hospital visit. Through massage, support, guided meditation and breathing exercises they have aimed to put their patients in the right state prior to, and throughout their visits. [recommended_posts] In this video, join Sonima’s founder, Sonia Jones, and Jennifer Ashton as they discuss the important role massage therapy plays in maintaining the well-being of patients. Related: What Is Kinetic Body Therapy? http://www.sonima.com/fitness/kinetic-body-therapy/
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Oncology Massage Therapy | Norton Cancer Institute
 
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Norton Cancer Institute provides massage therapy to help cancer patients take their mind off treatment and relax in a safe, quiet environment to promote healing and comfort. For more information go to NortonCancerInstitute.com ____________________________________________________________________ What is Oncology Massage Therapy? Debra Roller-Patient “They're telling me now I am cancer free. Yeah!” Debra Roller-Patient “This gives me a chance to get out and be around people and get the actual human contact and knowing that I'm in safe hands and that I'm just going to have an hour where I don't even have to think about the cancer or think about the the grandkids or anything it's my hour and it's for me.” Rachel Gee- Massage Therapist Oncology massage therapy focuses on the needs of our patients. Their ever changing needs of our patients being from initial diagnosis to treatment to end of life.” Debra Roller-Patient “It just helped me feel better and it gave me courage and strength to get up and get dressed whereas you know all I wanted to do is lay around the house and do nothing.” Rachel Gee- Massage Therapist Some of the benefits of massage is massage provides comfort and is relaxing. It can reduce the severity and symptoms of side effects and it can improve sleep and it can reduce a sense of isolation. Massage therapy offers an emotional support with positive touch and massage therapy creates peace of mind and a source of well-being.” Debra Roller-Patient I can definitely tell the difference between a spa massage and the light touch massage that I get here. Their main focus is my comfort level and that has just been the most awesome part.” Rachel Gee- Massage Therapist “The adjustments that we make for our patients are positioning. We allow them to be in whatever position they're able to. As far as pressure, we want to stay in a range that is comfortable for them. As far as positioning goes, if the patient had just had surgery, we may prop them up or they may want to lie on their side. Whatever is comfortable for them that day.”
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Specialty Massage Tips : Massage Techniques for Cancer Patients
 
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Certain massage techniques can help Cancer patients in a variety of ways. Find out about massage techniques for Cancer patients with help from a licensed massage therapist in this free video clip. Expert: Nicole Aleskas Contact: www.TotalBodyHarmony.com Bio: Nicole Aleskas is a Licensed Massage Therapist MA 44513, affiliated with the AMTA and NCBTMB. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Specialty massage techniques can help with a wide variety of conditions and diseases. Learn about specialty massage tips with help from a licensed massage therapist in this free video series.
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Accredited Qualifications Oncology Massage for Cancer Patients
 
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Jennifer Young Training School shows you how to adapt massage for cancer patients and be insured to do so. Course Structure Pre-course learning to be completed before attending the practical day Practical day with tutors Case studies to be completed before certification When you book onto our course you will be sent some pre-course learning. This covers some of the basics of working with cancer patients and those affected by cancer. Learn more: http://www.beautydespitecancer.co.uk/training-school/courses/oncology-massage #oncologymassage #jenniferyoung #trainingschool #fht #accreditedcourses #postgraduatecourses #jenniferyoungtrainingschool #courses #oncology #essentialoil #serum #massage #oils #skincancer #breastcancer #cancerresearch #cancerresearchuk
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Massage Therapy for Cancer Patients
 
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Massage Therapy is often a good option for those undergoing cancer treatment. It helps boost the immune system, offers relaxation and can relieve your anxiety. http://goo.gl/XM5FLA
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Cancer Patients Try 'Touch' Therapy
 
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KITV4's Moani-keala Nabarro shows us a special treatment for breast cancer patients and survivors to refresh their mind, body and soul. 9/28/2010.
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Hospice Patients Respond Differently to Massage Therapy
 
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Susan was initially concerned about who would want massage therapy. Once she started volunteering at the Muriel and Harold Block Residence of MJHS Hospice and Palliative Care in the Bronx, Susan received a wide range of responses.
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Research-Based Massage for Cancer
 
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Dr. Mark Uridel, DPT, NCTMB demonstrates hand anatomy and hand massage for cancer patients based on medical research.
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Massage therapy for breast cancer patients
 
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Some less traditional therapies are growing in acceptance.
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Day in the Life of a Hospice Massage Therapist
 
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Hospice and Palliative Care:  Foot and Leg Massage in Hospital Bed
 
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Ann Catlin, Director and Educator for Compassionate Touch Workshops, demonstrates how to best position a hospice or bed ridden patient for foot and leg massage in a hospital bed. One benefit to taking a Compassionate Touch Workshop is that all workshops are taught at assisted living, hospice, eldercare or hospital facilities to ensure you receive the needed hands on experience that you require. To learn more about massage for hospice training or long term care patients visit: http://www.compassionate-touch.org
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Relaxation Massage
 
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An insight into the Relaxation Massage Techniques you can learn with Massage Institute Australia. Visit us at http://massageinstitute.vic.edu.au for Nationally Accredited Courses and Short Courses.
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Massage Therapy for Cancer Patients
 
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For the healthy customer, it offers relaxation. For a patient with cancer, massages can be used to help them through their treatment. “They know that their body is different and that their body has changed, but usually after a massage, they tend to feel relaxed and happy,” said massage therapist Gloria Moreira. Moreira helps patients at the Regional Cancer Center relax and work through some of the pain and symptoms caused by cancer treatment. “I’m happy that massages are helping patients, especially those who do suffer neuropathy,” she says. Depending on the patient’s diagnosis and treatment, the massage may feel different than it would for a patient without cancer. “There are specific things you can’t do. There’s heat you can’t use in specific places depending on what kind of cancer they have. With chemotherapy, a lot of clients get really sensitive, so I know not to use a lot of pressure,” said Moreira. Chemotherapy and radiation can cause the patient to be very sensitive to touch in certain areas—almost like a sunburn. Massage therapists can work lightly around the sensitive areas to offer some relief. “If they’ve had a double mastectomy and they have the scarring, I know never to go down the arms. It’s always a downward motion, and then through the chest. That’s because there have been lymph nodes that have been removed and of course I don’t want to irritate that,” said Moreira. Depending on their symptoms, the massages can help patients with neuropathy, pain, fatigue, nausea, and depression. Massages can be beneficial to patients with cancer, as long as the massage therapist is trained in massaging patients with different diagnosis. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Jennifer Young Training School
 
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Jennifer Young Training School Jennifer Young Training School shows you how to adapt massage therapies for cancer patients, and be insured to do so. We remove the fear. We have a range of postgraduate diplomas in oncology massage and holistic oncology therapies, each accredited by both the FHT and CThA. Course Structure Pre-course learning to be completed before attending the practical day. This covers some of the basics of working with cancer patients and those affected by cancer. Practical day with tutors Case studies to be completed before certification Find out more: http://www.beautydespitecancer.co.uk/training-school/courses/post-graduate-diploma-in-oncology-yoga #trainingschool #beauty #therapist #oncology #course #anxiety #depression #mentalhealth #psychologist 'counsellingdirectory #psychotherapy #therapy #clinicalpsychology #cognitivebehaviouraltherapy #childpsychologist #arttherapy #jenniferyoung #wellbeingnetwork #healthy #healthyandwellbeing #wellbeing #training #education #trainingprogram
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Colorado School of Healing Arts, Oncology Massage Featured on TV
 
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Website: http://www.csha.net Facebook: http://on.fb.me/14SJfrS Colorado School of Healing Arts, an award winning massage therapy school, celebrates 25 years of educational excellence in massage therapy training.
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Sports Massage Therapy - Massage Essentials for Cancer - Massage Monday
 
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To expand your knowledge in this area, I run a part online and part practical course all about the massage essentials for cancer. Book your place on my Oncology Massage course here: http://www.susanfindlay.co.uk/Courses/Oncology-Massage-Course Is Massage for Cancer still a contraindication? Recommended reading: 'Medicine Hands' by Gayle MacDonald 'A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology' by Ruth Werner Macmillan Cancer Support, available at: http://www.macmillan.org.uk Subscribe to get my weekly Massage Monday videos straight to your inbox! http://www.susanfindlay.co.uk/Massage-Monday Facebook: Susan Findlay Twitter: @susanatnlssm
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Head and Neck Cancer Physical Therapy Progressive Physical Therapy Orange Calif
 
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Physical therapy for head and neck cancer patients at http://www.ProgressivePTandRehab.com located in Orange Calif helps lessen the side effects of cancer treatments including lymphedema, range of motion issues, scar tissue, fatigue, weakness and difficulty swallowing. Kim Marshall, DPT, is a certified lymphedema specialist and has received her STAR certification for oncology rehabilitation. For more information or to schedule a consultation please call 714.547.1140
IS MASSAGE GOOD FOR CANCER PATIENTS? FACTS REVEALED BY NITYANANDAM SHREE
 
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scar massage after breast cancer: mastectomy, lumpectomy and diep flap
 
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After breast cancer surgery scars can cause problems. ScarWork scar massage can help.
Massage for Pediatric Patients
 
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The Massage for Pediatric Patients Training is designed to help vulnerable infants and children in hospitals or hospice who are dealing with serious illness, trauma, or life-threatening medical conditions. The training program prepares certified massage therapists and licensed healthcare personnel to use mindful, therapeutic touch skills to work with these medically complex infants and children. This is a required training program for those who volunteer at one of our partner hospitals or pediatric hospices. The training will also be useful for parents and caregivers who wish to increase their skills for working with those in their care. As part of the course, participants will spend a morning at a pediatric hospital touring its Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to experience the level of care needed by infants and children. Participants will learn: 1. Patient assessment and communication skills 2. Techniques for comfort and palliative care 3. Developmental care considerations 4. Massage and touch for medically complex children 5. Tour our partner pediatric hospital: UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital 6. Identify and navigate hospital equipment **Nurses, Chaplains, and Massage Therapists will receive 20-Continuing Education Hours for this training! For more information, follow the link below: http://www.hearttouch.org/massage-for-pediatric
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10 Amazing Benefits Of Cupping Therapy | Cure AIDS, Cancer, Diabetes, Lupus, Epilepsy & More
 
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Benefits Of Cupping Therapy (Hijama - Cure For All Diseases) Beginners Guide for Cupping Therapy: http://amzn.to/2s46y6x Premium Cupping Set: http://amzn.to/2slyCCG Cupping therapy is highly successful in treating many health conditions like: Constipation and Diarrhea, Headaches, Back Pain, Arthritis, Period Pain, Injuries, Asthma, Cellulite, Fatigue, Anemia, Depression, Emotional problems, Atrophy, Sciatica, Common cold and flu, Skin problems, Weight loss and much more. Following are few benefits of cupping therapy: 1:30 1. Pain related conditions: 1:33 2. Rheumatic diseases: 1:49 3. Arthritis: 2:05 4. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: 2:17 5. Chest and heart diseases: 2:34 6. Gastrointestinal diseases: 2:59 7. Urinary diseases: 3:26 8. Dermatologic diseases: 3:38 9. Psychological diseases: 4:09 10. Infectious diseases: 4:27 So, these are some of the benefits of cupping therapy or hijama, there are lot more you could benefit from it. Do try it, to experience it. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For more health tips visit ► http://www.healthveins.com Follow us on Facebook ► http://www/facebook.com/healthveins Join Facebook Group ► https://www.facebook.com/groups/225183354567275/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Disclaimer: The videos posted by Healthveins are for an educational or informational purpose only, and we are not liable for any harm or side effects if caused. You may use the remedies at your own risk. The Channel / Author does not provide medical advice. Consult with your doctor or other health care provider before using any of these tips or treatments. Copyright We reserve copyright for the music, voice, and animations used in the video. Reusing our video would violate copyright rules, And if found they could face legal copyright claims. Any images used are complying with the youtube terms: https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/fair-use.html
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Cupping Course for Professionals
 
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Bonnie Adam, Registered Acupuncturist and Certified Cupping Therapist is teaching a new course for professional practitioners. registered massage therapists, acupuncturists, physiotherapists, naturopaths etc will want to check this out! I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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August 2017 Heart of MD Anderson
 
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Massage therapist Sat Siri Sumler has been helping ease cancer patients’ minds and bodies at the Integrative Medicine Center since 2000. The philosophy behind her work practice is simple: Be completely present for each and every client. Sat Siri Sumler has been a licensed massage therapist for more than 30 years, and after joining MD Anderson in 2000, she finally found her niche in a hospital setting. “Working with cancer patients is extremely fulfilling,” she says. “It gives me a sense of both connection and purpose.” Sumler’s dedication to serving our patients through the Integrative Medicine Center has earned her the Heart of MD Anderson Award for August 2017. Being completely present for each patient Sumler first studied massage therapy as a part of her yoga practice, before state certification was required. She subsequently completed formal training and has specialized in oncology massage since 1991. Many of the clients she saw in private practice were also patients at MD Anderson, making the move here a natural transition. “My approach is not just about the manual technique,” she said. “It’s about being completely present: honoring the person I’m working with and holding the space for their experience.” Sometimes, honoring someone means making adjustments to their massage treatment — or even gently refusing to work on a patient that day. “For years, there was a myth that massage causes cancer to spread,” she says. “And while that’s not true, there are factors to consider when working with cancer patients, including low blood values, anticoagulation, bone involvement, deep vein thrombosis, and treatments. Massage can also trigger lymphedema in some patients, so I have to modify pressure and technique.” To share her knowledge, Sumler co-developed an oncology massage training program for other licensed therapists in 2003. She also helped create a Patient Education flier in 2016. Today, Sumler has a loyal following of patients, many of whom request her personally. One dubbed her a “massage artist.” Another said that thanks to Sumler, he no longer needs acupuncture for pain relief. Many tell Sumler that their initial sessions with her are the first time since diagnosis that they’ve felt like themselves. “That’s why I’m here,” Sumler says humbly. “My purpose is to do my part and help those I can. Massage therapy may seem pretty simple, but it can make a big difference.”
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Breast Cancer Scar Therapy Using ScarWork Massage
 
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Post breast cancer my client has had a bilateral DIEP Flap re-construction. She came for four 20 minute ScarWork Therapy treatments, with consultant approval. During treatments we were spending around 10 minutes each time on this stomach scar (and also working for a short time on the breast re-construction). more information at www.scarworktreatments.com
foot reflexology for cancer patient
 
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Memorial Regional Cancer Center Complementary Services
 
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For the past five years, Memorial has offered cancer patients a wide variety of services to complement their primary course of treatment, including massage, yoga, acupuncture, and exercise therapy. Watch as our patients describe the effects of these services on their diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. More information about these services can be found at http://www.qualityoflife.org/memorialcms/index.cfm/cancer/ancillary-services/.
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Cancer and Massage with Susan Salvo - Live Interview (64 Minutes)
 
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http://www.lamassageschool.com http://www.massagenerd.tv http://www.massagenerd.com More than likely, you know someone who has or has had cancer. It is the leading cause of death in individuals 35-64 years of age and the second leading cause of death in individuals 65 and older (the first being heart disease in this age category). The American Cancer Society recommends massage therapy to bring comfort and to improve the quality of life for cancer patients, although not to specifically treat cancer. In the recent past, cancer was viewed as a contraindication for massage. This incorrect perception prevented people living with cancer from receiving treatments. The prevailing thought was that massage therapy increased the circulation of blood and lymph. Since most malignancies spread via these routes, it must increase the chance of spreading the cancer throughout the client's body. No medical evidence supports this claim. Currently, new and accurate information is available for massage therapists who want to work with cancer patients. Since cancer and cancer treatments affect the entire body, leaving the person in a fragile condition, it is vital for the massage therapist to be informed. Here are a few important guidelines to help massage therapist when working with cancer patients. Obtain medical clearance for massage from the client's healthcare provider. Use a side lying position and/or special propping to increase client comfort if he or she is unable to lay prone due to central lines on the upper chest wall, radiation burns, or surgical wounds. Avoid massage over or near IV's, catheters, surgical wounds over known cancer sites, radiation burns, or known tumors sites. Adjust the treatment to the client's stamina. Suggest that the client receive massage on high-energy days and times. Massage received on low energy days and times may actually feel depleting to the client. Massage may be contraindicated if the client's has spread to the bones. If medical clearance has been obtained, pressure, traction, and joint mobilizations may be contraindicated or only cautiously used. If the client is experiencing nausea due to cancer treatments, avoid pressure and speed that rocks the client. This includes joint mobilizations, stretches, and jostling. About the author: Susan G. Salvo Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy Mrs. Salvo holds an associate degree in History and a baccalaureate degree in Education from McNeese State University in Lake Charles. She teaches at the Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy where she has taught massage, anatomy, physiology, and pathology since 1987. Mrs. Salvo is a 1983 graduate from the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics in Albuquerque, which was a 1000-hour training course. She has been Nationally Certified since 1996. She has taken various Continuing education includes: Trager Psychophysical Integration, Hakomi Body Centered Psychotherapy, Sports massage, Body Mobilization Techniques by Robert King, Neuromuscular Therapy (St John Method), Craniosacral Therapy (Dr John Upledger), Tai Chi, Onsite Massage (David Palmer Method), Yoga for Health, Neurolinguistic Programming, Arum Day Spa Techniques, Watsu, Aaron Mattes Assisted Movement, and other various therapies. Mrs. Salvo is the author of Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice, second edition published by W. B. Saunders in 1999, 2003 and co-authored Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists published by Mosby in 2004.
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Oncology Massage Training (OMT) needs Donations
 
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Oncology Massage Training (OMT) prepares you to work with the growing number of Australians experiencing cancer. Massage does not spread cancer and OMT explains the science of cancer and cancer treatments as well as developing your skills in oncology massage
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The Benefits of Integrative Care for Cancer Patients
 
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Cancer doesn't just happen to the body. It also affects the mind and the spirit. While cancer treatments are solely focused on fighting the disease on a cellular level, integrative medicine can additionally help patients rebuild their energy and morale while strengthening their resolve to get better, too, which are all crucial for recovery. At the Mount Sinai’s Dubin Breast Center in New York City, the psychological department offers a myriad of ways to approach this next-level mental and physical care with programs ranging from hypnosis, family therapy, and couples therapy to yoga, meditation, massage and crafts. “We can improve quality of life. Symptoms and side effects of the cancer treatment don't have to be as bad. You might be able to speed up your recovery a bit. You don't have to be as distressed as you go through the different steps,” says Guy Montgomery, the director of Psychological Services at the Dubin Breast Center. “We want to help people get to a place where they want to be,” he adds. In this video interview with Sonima.com founder, Sonia Jones, Montgomery further explains the important role integrative care can play in a patient's treatment and recovery. Find more wellness advice on www.sonima.com
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Oncology Massage Workshop with Vickie Torrey
 
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Vickie Torrey This class explores and dispels the personal and professional fears about working with clients experiencing cancer or other chronic health conditions. Through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on practice, students learn about: benefits of massage/bodywork for cancer patients, communication with clients and allied health care professionals, massage skills for cancer patients, compassionate touch techniques, and working with end-stage patients. We offer many continuing education opportunities throughout the year including Oncology Massage! Here's an introduction to our amazing instructor, Vickie Torrey, and our Oncology Massage Workshop. Get more information or sign up for our workshops at www.crsmt.com For more information, contact our Director of Admissions, Tammy McGee at tammy@crsmt.com
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The Holistic Approach to Treating Kids With Cancer
 
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Whether pet therapy, music therapy, massage therapy or more, holistic and integrative therapies have helped two young children fight cancer. Grace and Alexander are now former pediatric oncology patients at Cardon Children’s and are living proof that with the right care and support, children can overcome cancer. Learn more at https://www.bannerhealth.com/locations/mesa/cardon-children-s-medical-center.
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Reiki Treatment Session
 
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What happens during a Reiki Session? This video will answer your questions!
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Back To Wellness - Massage and Health Therapy - 248-682-0400
 
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Professionally trained massage therapists for Oncology, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports Repeair Reki, Reflexology and accupuncture. Post-graduate training at Troy Beuamont Hospital and other institutions of higher learning. Many doctors refer cancer patients to us to provide assistance. Also Pain Physicians, and Orthopedic Physicians refer to us as well as seek treatment for themselves! Give us a call today, onto the road Back to Wellness. http://www.BackToWellnessHealth.com
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Massage & Breast Cancer with Eeris Kallil
 
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http://www.bodyworkwisdom.com/ http://massagenerd.tv Sponsors: http://www.massagemagins.com/nerd http://massagenerd.com Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/massagenerds Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/massagenerd Twitter: http://twitter.com/massagenerd Eeris Kallil, Registered and Certified Massage Therapist Eeris Kallil is an established Massage Therapist and healing-arts practitioner, serving the Boulder County for over 24 years. Eeris (pronounced Eerie+S) took her first Massage class in 1985 from her teacher Shari Sunshine in Jerusalem, Israel. In 1986 she moved to the USA to expand her studies of massage and bodywork and attended the Boulder School of Massage Therapy and successfully graduated in 1988. After graduation Eeris proceeded to work as a massage therapist at the chiropractic office of Dr. Craig Reese and Dr. Pamela Hart while building her private practice at the same time. Eeris continued her studies of different massage styles, Zen Shiatsu, Thai Massage, Chinese Medicine Theory, Energy work and Oncology Massage and more. In 1999 She became a faculty member at the Boulder College of Massage Therapy teaching Zen-Shiatsu, Movement, Clinic Supervision and Massage for Breast Cancer. She taught at BCMT for nine years. Through the years, her bodywork changed and evolved into a unique intuitive style which she now calls; Intu-Atsu Integrative Massage. An intuitive body-mind centered work which relays on the the wisdom of Zen Shiatsu and the nurturing comfort of a Swedish Massage. Eeris also founded the Core Alignment Technique. CAT is another unique style, based on a mixture of passive movements, Shiatsu stretches and Energy Work. Eeris is providing preventative maintenance and therapeutic care for people from all walks of life and all ages. She helps people cope with life challenges like chronic physical pain due to joint/ muscle/ ligament tightness and inflammation, tendinitis and arthritis, to fatigue, sleep and digestion problems as well as gain emotional balance and grounding. As a breast cancer survivor she is committed to providing support and care for people who are going through health crisis and illness and is specialized in Massage for Breast Cancer Patients; helping women through their treatments and recovery. Eeris is an NCBTMB Approved provider and is teaching the two massage continuing education classes she developed: Massage Therapy and Breast Cancer (MTaBC) and Core Alignment Technique (CAT) She currently lives in Boulder, Colorado with her hus-friend, Still and her daughters. Outside of work, she loves dancing to live music with Still, when ever possible. She occasionally partakes in playback theater performance classes and loves watching movies, visiting museums and making art with her girls.
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Tongue Exercise for speech and swallowing abilities
 
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Terri Tarnoff Snyder teaches you how to strengthen your tongue and throat muscles that aid in speech and swallowing efficiency. It is easy (and fun!) to do these simple oral aerobics exercises Try practicing them in between your speech-swallowing therapy sessions. Follow Terri on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/breakthrough.inc.ttsnyder Follow Terri on Twitter: @BreakthroughTTS
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Integrative medicine for cancer patients
 
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We have a variety of integrative therapies for our Virginia Piper Cancer Institute patients. For example, we have medical massage, acupuncture, aroma therapy and stress-based therapies.
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Lymphatic Massage : Registered Massage Therapist Barrie
 
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Barb, a registered massage therapist at Bodystream in Barrie who spcializes in lymphatic massage explains the difference between and a massage and a lymphatic massage treatment. A lymphatic massage concentrates on the lymph nodes and is very light massage that encourages drainage in the lymphatic system. A typical lymphatic massage treatment takes from 45 minutes to an hour and depends on the number of lymph areas that need to be drained. Someone with Lymphedema should have 4 to 5 lymphatic massage treatments per week. Lymphatic massage helps to treat Cancer patients, promotes weight loss, fibromyalgia, drains excees body fluids, detox the body, rosacea, pregnancy, pre and post operations. A Lymphatic massage treatment is also used to treat acute injuries like fractures and sprains along with tendonitis and bursitis. This specialized massage reduces chronic pain as well. A lymphatic massage performed by Bodystreams registered massage therapist Barb Robinson will increase the patients energy level, metabolism and it will boost the immune system. Range of motion in the joints will be improved as well. Lymphatic massages are just one way that Bodystream in Barrie helps to promote natural health & boost your immune system. Call Bodystream in Barrie Ontario at 705-726-2004 or visit our website at www.bodystream.ca .
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Lymphatic drainage massage for Breast Cancer Patients
 
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By Dr. Jagmohan (Occupational Therapist, Tata Memorial Hospital, Mumbai). Email : jlm_therapist@yahoo.co.in Contact : 9167170518
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Changing the Face of Cancer
 
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The Knight offers a range of programs that enhance the well-being and quality of life for people with cancer from the moment of diagnosis through all phases of treatment and beyond treatment into cancer-free survival. Programs and services include Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction classes, yoga, support groups, massage therapy and patient assistance funds to help patients with financial need cover costs associated with their care such as temporary lodging, transportation and emergency medication assistance. When you make a gift to Knight Patient Support services, you make possible these important resources for patients.
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Yoga  Training for Nurses: Joan RN - Massage Therapist
 
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Kripalu Yoga Nursing Program, Joan gives the highlights from her training with Annette Tersgni RN, founder of Yoga Nursing.
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Reflexology During Cancer Treatment
 
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Deb Kortyna, LMT, a nationally certified reflexologist and licensed massage therapist, introduces reflexology, a holistic practice that can be helpful in reducing stress and anxiety between chemotherapy sessions.
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Common Massage Technique for Hospice Training
 
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Ann Catlin, Director and Educator for Compassionate Touch Workshops, demonstrates the angel wing stroke, one of the more common strokes for eldercare and hospice patients. To learn more about massage for hospice training or long term care patients visit: http://www.compassionate-touch.org
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foot reflexology for cancer patient
 
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part 2
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