Pathology for Massage Therapists
types of diseases; impaired kidney function
to drugs, toxins, chemicals, poisons
excess protein in urine, chills, fever, abdominal pain, back pain, nausea,
vomiting, loss of appetite, groin pain
for stress reduction
Work with physician
of mineral salts that may lodge in the urinary tract
Causes: high intake
of foods with oxalic acid (eggs, fish), high intake of fatty foods, dehydration,
high intake of calcium or calcium absorption problem.
radiating from the upper back to the lower abdomen and groin, frequent
urination, blood in urine, absence of urine formation, flulike symptoms
for increase in circulation and detoxification
Refer to appropriate health care practitioner
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increased convexity of the thoracic spine; rounded shoulders, rounded upper
in psoas, tightness in pecs and abdominals, weakness in rhomboids, poor
self image, poor posture, shortness in SCM and Scalenes
to realign posture. Be sure to look at whole body and how it is affected
or is affecting posture.
Removing kyphosis too quickly may cause more pain.