Lymphatic Therapy for Toxic Congestion
Selected Case Studies for Therapists and Patients
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Addressing the growing interest in lymphatic therapy, this book describes various techniques used to treat symptoms simply, effectively, and economically. A series of case histories illustrates the range of situations in which specific techniques can be applied, highlighting the effectiveness of the techniques in each case. The relationship between degenerative disease and physiological malfunction within the body is addressed throughout the book.Table of Contents
- Practical approach uses case histories to explain how and when to use specific techniques.
- Well illustrated with high-quality line drawings to clarify the text.
- Straightforward style is easy to read and understand.
- Written by an experienced practitioner for the most accurate, authoritative perspective on lymphatic therapy.
"The rapidly growing popularity of complementary therapies has created a vital need for the book you have in your hands. This volume will become a classic, for it breaks new ground in treatment, integrating basic research with clinical practice, and the reporting of new observations. Margaret McCarthy has thoroughly succeeded in her goal of writing for anyone, patient, physician, complementary therapist, or medical researcher. Case studies are fascinating documentaries of real people facing difficult health problems, struggling to find relief. McCarthy describes her cases with a clear and engaging style, referencing and integrating relevant data from published science. Anatomic terms are thoroughly described and a glossary makes it an easy read for anyone. Her clinical discoveries can help all of us understand ourselves." ames L. Oschman is the author of Energy Medicine the scientific basis also published by Elsevier Science.
outstanding book! There is much that the established therapist can take and use from this book"Skill Bulletin, November 2002
book will become a classic textbook in the twenty first century... Written in a way it can be understood by the physician, complementary therapist and researcher alike...A modern day book for modern therapists"Massage World, December 2002
By Margaret McCarthy, LCSP (London & Counties Society of Physiologists), In Private practice, Fernwood, Kings Drive, Wirral