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One of the convenient aspects of having your client in a sideline position is that after treatment, you can easily ask them to turn even a little more on their side and utilize the leg off the table to allow them to have a wonderful stretch of the entire lateral side that you have just worked on.

Seth place your head right here and scoot your upper body over just a bit.

Good. And with your left hand hold on to the table for your own security and scoot your tail

back just a little bit toward me.

Very good. And then as I hold him here to keep him in side lying position I ask him to let his left leg come off the table and just let it relax notice.

I place my elbow into my body so that I can hold this strong young man in position. Not only is it a good stretch there on the table but it also and gives the client an understanding of what they might want to be doing at home to potentiate the work that you’ve done.

So teaching these kinds of remedial exercises to your clients really does differentiate you as  therapist from the typical massage therapist and it establishes a different kind of relationship where your clients will see you in a very different light.

If that’s the kind of practice you want to have client-centered, results-oriented where your clients know that they can come to you to get out of pain and back in their game, then this is the course work for you.

Join David Morin in Health Matters Seminars’ Medical Massage Therapy

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