Review of Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists, 2nd edition, by Salvo and Anderson. Within the course of Dr. Johnson.

Now cancer is a serious subject and one I have been familiar with for the past 19 years. My grandmother is a 19 year cancer survivor it started out as breast cancer and she had her breast removed as a precaution. But the cancer has now spread to her bones and she is often in pain and asking me for massages. I of course have gotten Dr.’s permission to perform light massages when she is not in chemo. But knowing what strokes I can perform and how light I have to be shows me how sensitive one needs to be when massaging a cancer patient. The chapter made it quite clear the difference between benign tumors, non harmful, and malignant tumors, and metastasizing of the tumor.
Massage, Occupational, Chiropractic Massage Therapy Pathology Online Education

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