Discover What it Takes to Fix Chronic Pain Using Massage and Bodywork.
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Inside you will be shown:
- What any good Massage or Bodywork course MUST teach you to do.
- Why most therapists fail to get great results when treating chronic pain.
- The secret behind fixing all types of pain quickly and effectively.
- Things you need to consider when treating pain that you probably haven’t been taught yet.
- The approach only the best therapists know about and use to get superior results.
- Things you can do immediately, to have a positive impact in your treatments from tomorrow.
- Expert advice on Back Pain, Shoulder Pain and Knee Pain.
- Great ways you can help your clients prevent pain occurring in the first place.
- The best ways to increase your skills and results in the quickest possibly time.
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Hi Steve, Thank you for sending me this material. I am a retired osteopath. I am seventy five and had not intended to retire but did, and I am not now in a position to do any more courses. I only wish I had met you thirty years ago! Regarding your book: it would be of considerable interest to most people, both general public and prospective students. You obviously have a deep knowledge of the entire field and it is good that people like you are taking over from both orthodox medics as well as from some alternative therapists. I therefore wish you the very best of success in all that you are doing. By the way, I live in Asia.