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Manual Medicine and TCM

By David Razo

David Razo has practiced massage therapy and bodywork for over 10 years, specializing in myofascial pain and pain management. He works extensively with cancer patients and currently works with a medical doctor in private practice. His goals are to integrate acupuncture and Oriental medicine into his bodywork practice to maximize the care he gives to his patients, and to educate the public on the benefits of combining both practices.

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Previous Articles

A Gentle Approach to Dealing With the Anxious Patient
  May, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 05)
How to Treat Occipital Headaches
  September, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 09)
The Benefits of CranioSacral Therapy
  August, 2006 (Vol. 07, Issue 08)
Manual Therapies Complement TCM
  February, 2006 (Vol. 07, Issue 02)
Myofascial Palpation
  August, 2005 (Vol. 06, Issue 08)
A Lesson Learned the Hard Way: Caring for Patients Means Caring for Yourself
  May, 2005 (Vol. 06, Issue 05)
The Importance of Integration
  November, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 11)
Which Path?
  May, 2004 (Vol. 05, Issue 05)
Why Acupuncture? A Student's Perspective
  November, 2003 (Vol. 04, Issue 11)

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