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ILLUSTRATED TREATMENT FOR CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS USING MASSAGE THERAPY
TANG XUEZHANG / YU TIANYUAN

JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS (APR 2011)
PAPERBACK, 128 pages, 184 illustrations and black and white photographs, 176 x 249 mm.
Prod. # 9781848190627 (British edition)
Category: Medicine

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The authors explain the nature of Cervical Spondylosis and associated symptoms. They clearly outline every stage of the treatment process, giving easy-to-follow techniques and guidance on how to perform massage therapy treatments. Written for practitioners of Chinese medicine and massage therapy, the book will be an invaluable basic resource.

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