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Why I do what I do

I have recently had the privilege to work with a remarkable young patient. My patient is a three year old diagnosed with transverse myelitis at the age of 9 months rendering her paralyzed. Since diagnosis this youngster has been poked, prodded, trached, you name it. All procedure have been necessary and aided in her healing but could you imagine...
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The importance of infant/child massage

“Touch is the first sense to develop in humans. It is essential to our health and wellbeing. Babies have been known to fail to thrive and even die without an adequate amount of physical contact. Adults, as well, can become depressed and ill if they are isolated from this most basic of human needs. Children who learn healthy...
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