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Therapeutic Chair Massage

@inproceedings{Stephens2005TherapeuticCM,
  title={Therapeutic Chair Massage},
  author={Ralph R. Stephens},
  year={2005}
}
Chapter 1: Introduction to Chair Massage Chapter 2: Equipment Considerations: Set-Up and Adjustment Chapter 3: Hygiene, Sanitation, and Safety Considerations Chapter 4: Contraindications Chapter 5: Communication, Assessment, and Treatment Plans Chapter 6: Bodymechanics Chapter 7: Strokes Chapter 8: Stretching Techniques Chapter 9: Relaxation Routine Chapter 10: Therapeutic Routine: Back and Neck Chapter 11: Therapeutic Routine: Shoulder Chapter 12: Therapeutic Routine: Forearm, Wrist, and Hand… Expand
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