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Post-surgical Therapy for Mastectomy and Implants, Part 2 …ractice, assessment and consent, and general treatment considerations regarding massage therapy for post-operative patients who have underdone breast procedures. Part 2 of the article will …view article  

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26 Jul 2011

Next Stop In-chair massage on aTrain

Next stop – in-chair massage on a train? (News/News) …stered Massage Therapist, Paul Lewis, and a team of RMTs will be participating in a pilot project with VIA Rail to provide in-chair massage during select routes over the coming weeks. Train travel and…more Josephine Sinopoli

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Nova Scotia 2011 Spring Conference (News/News) …aul Lewis, RMT – Well known massage therapist and instructor Paul Lewis will offer two workshops, Post–surgicaltreatment of Mastectomy/Implants and Advanced Upper Body Treatment. Lewis is..more

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Mizuno sponsors registered massage therapist (Newsletters/May2011) …bal use. In addition to treating sports injuries, Lewis also treats patients with issues stemming from post surgical mastectomy/implants, hip/knee replacements and back and shoulder issues. Lewis als…More

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Post-surgical Therapy for Mastectomy and Implants, Part 1Should massage therapy be an integral component of the rehabilitation process for post-surgical cancer patients? Yes, absolutely.more…

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6 Feb 2011

Guillain-Barre Syndrome part 2 of 2

The author then introduced Paul Lewis, an RMT who has developed an approach to treating patients who suffer from the disease that is very individualized, and takes into account its dynamic progression and the ever-changing needs of the patient. Part 2 will describe how Lewis dealt with the woman’s case, and how massage therapy enhanced her recovery period. more…

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by Paul Lewis, R.M.T. November 2010 FutureLMT.com There may come a time when you are confronted with an angry client. If this happens, how do you respond?A few massage-therapist colleagues and I set out to discover how other professions react in situations where they are confronted with angry clients.  See more…    

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Paul Lewis, R.M.T., is about to embark on his fall European tour, visiting three countries and attending various speaking and teaching engagements, including being a keynote speaker at CamExpo in London, England on Oct. 23.  CamExpo is the United Kingdom’s leading event for complementary and …more  

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1 Nov 2010

The importance of client Support

truly believe in comfort for both the therapist and client, which results in mutual benefits for both. A majority of us use pillows when we sleep to support our heads, for comfort and unintentionally as a barrier between our head and the lower surface (perhaps to maintain distance from a pet, child or snoring spouse). These same fundamental concepts apply whether I am giving a therapeutic massage to a client on the table, on the chair, before a reflexology treatment...

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23 Oct 2010

Guillain-Barre Syndrome part 1 of 2

This is a story of how a massage therapist’s treatment ideas provided safe and effective treatment to a patient dealing with Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS). It is but one such account; however, so many more people who will suffer from GBS need to know the potential that massage therapy holds for assisting them with the condition and the recovery process. With respect to GBS, we cannot prevent the condition. However, given the massage therapist’s scope of practice, we can maintain, rehabilitate...

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