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Does anyone do bodywork. Pressure point!

kiniesology!

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I had several massage sessions and was satisfied when the painful points were massaged. But when I was referred for a deep tissue massage, I was in a lot of pain. My neck, back, and shoulders hurt. I gave up that kind of massage and started using a home massager. I read a review about www.massage-gun-guide.com and decided I was going to use it. The first thing I expected from a massage gun was muscle relaxation after a workout and a quick recovery. Moving the gun around the body is easier and much more enjoyable than fiddling with a massage roller, stretching out on a mat.

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I get acupuncture and chiropractic.  My acupuncturist is a certified massage therapist.  She does some of that work on me as well.

If you can avoid the creep show of prostitution related massage services and find a real massage therapist...it can help in many amazing ways.

If you want to find a real massage therapist, you might try contacting a massage therapy school and ask for recommendations.

I do know about kiniesology.  I had a bit of that work done on me.  Excellent therapy.

(injuries from multiple car accidents)

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