Endangerment Sites

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We are using Mosby’s Pathology for Massage Therapists, 2nd Edition by Susan G. Salvo. I really like the Appendix B, Endangerment Sites. We were not assigned to read it in our class. But, I find it very helpful to beware of places on the body where massage should be used with caution.

I was massaging a client in the popliteal area, and the client moved as in pain. It was a good thing I was massaging gently. The client told me he is very sensitive at his right common peroneal nerve. And he was appreciative that I started with gentle strokes in that area.

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