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Testimonies From Existing SLM Therapists / Re: SLM Training
« Last post by steve on March 11, 2018, 06:39:53 PM »
Thanks Shaun, you're welcome.

Steve
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Testimonies From Existing SLM Therapists / SLM Training
« Last post by ShaunK on March 11, 2018, 03:49:14 PM »
Hi Steve (and fellow Myotherapists),
I wanted to say that since i decided to start this course, life has been amazing... This course, with the content, training and support has without doubt been the best thing that I have ever done! (I just wish I had've found this 10 years ago)
The ride so far has been an awesome, but has just started...
I am so grateful to have become a Myotherapist and am able to help people to reduce and even eliminate their pain.

Steve, I just wanted to thank you for sharing this amazing life long skill and for supporting me as a student in my learning process...

Regards, Shaun Kemp
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Questions Related to Pain Sufferers. / Re: Shoulder pain
« Last post by Kulwinder on March 10, 2018, 10:41:44 PM »
Hi Steve
Sorry about that I didn’t realize that I wasn’t in the student s private forum thanks for the reply I email Madeline I will let you know if I hear back from her mean while keep on doing ball therapy.
Thanks Kulwinder
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Questions Related to Pain Sufferers. / Re: Shoulder pain
« Last post by steve on March 10, 2018, 05:37:59 PM »
Hi Kulwinder, firstly best use the students area below this when you are asking therapy questions. This is the open area and I would rather keep all the therapy related stuff in the private area.

That said you should get your arms worked on you get rid of any knots in the muscles, especially the upper arms, and use the ball on your erectors high up your back around the scapula and make sure it is loose there.

Around 5 years ago a lady Madeline did the course and she was from ON Canada. I haven't been in touch with her for a long time but you could see if she still works and maybe hook up. Her email was madeline_kuepfer@hotmail.com

Regards Steve
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Testimonies From Existing SLM Therapists / Re: Training Slm course
« Last post by steve on March 10, 2018, 05:24:08 PM »
That's great Kulwinder, I'm sure you won't be disappointed and there is so much to learn you will be busy with that for years.

All the best,
Steve
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Questions Related to Pain Sufferers. / Shoulder pain
« Last post by Kulwinder on March 10, 2018, 04:08:02 PM »
Hi Steve
I suffered from sciatica nerve pain for 28 years now but it’s lot better now after attending Physiotherapy,chri,and massage for years but still get back pain now and then I am doing self treatment double ball therapy and SLM Yoga feel much better but I also got injured at work as care taker PSW. Got tear in rotator cuff and bicep in the left side that was in August 2016 had surgery done in may 2017 to repair the rotator cuff and worked done on the bicep.post surgery had frozen shoulder even had cortisone but it didn’t help much but my range of motion is back, strength is back but not hundred percent yet but still face difficulty with pain in the shoulder and shoulder blade what can I do as self treatment or I was looking in therapists directory but didn’t find any Slm therapist in my area in Canada any suggestions.
Thanks Kulwinder
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Testimonies From Existing SLM Therapists / Training Slm course
« Last post by Kulwinder on March 10, 2018, 03:34:29 PM »
Hi Steve
Wanted to thank you for spreading the knowledge I am enjoying the course so much your techniques are so unique. I didn’t do massage as my career but I learned Egyptian head and neck massage and Reflexology and hot stones because I like to help people family and friends who have aches and pains l did Slm massage on same my family and friends everyone loved it they find Slm is different techniques and the whole body feel so relaxed after. I was so drowned to this course I wanted to do this from last 4-5 years finally i singed for it I am looking forward to Slm as my new career.
Thanks Kulwinder
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Questions Related to Pain Sufferers. / Re: Soreness after workouts
« Last post by steve on February 28, 2018, 06:55:59 AM »
Hi Kulwinder, normally soreness from a workout lasts 2 days so someone sore after 3 probably went too hard. Regardless of that you should still do the normal treatment but not try to go too deep and use it more to stimulate the circulation and flush the lactic acid out. If they did things like hot and cold therapy or magnesium bath after the workout they wouldn't end up so sore.

Regards
Steve
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Questions Related to Pain Sufferers. / Re: Arthritis
« Last post by steve on February 28, 2018, 06:52:46 AM »
Hi Kulwinder,
Arthritis is more about acid in the body. It relates to diet and the best way to advise someone with arthritis is giving them an acid alkaline chart (accessible on google) and telling them to eat an 80% alkaline 20% acid diet. The massage should provide some relief for sure but no lasting changes.

Regards
Steve
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