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Evangelos Dimou
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April 23, 2014 - 10:58 pm
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Dear all,

I would like to say a few words about Thai massage as I practice it for a few months.

I can see many persons with multiple sclerosis having  walking problems to start accelerate and enjoy the Thai massage Therapy.

Because I have the most important person in my life with this matter I start to learn everything about it.

I find out that Thai massage is not a simple massage but a new way of living!

Well, Best Regards to you all!

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Hi Vang, welcome to our forum!

I have worked on MS clients with good success. Regular Thai Massage has a good chance of helping there.

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Thank you Shama for you encourage answer!!!!

I need all the help from your experience to this matter and I will very much obliged if you can help me with any feedback you can provide me about it.

This person has a walking problems to the right leg.

The major problem is based under the Knee and up to the back side of the leg.

The leg stays strait and it is very difficult to bend it so to start to walk.

Thank you very much for any help you can give me.

Best Regards,

Vang

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April 26, 2014 - 12:28 am
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I have had similar cases of immobility. Actually leg work has always been the strong side of Thai Massage in the traditional system. I am using a combination of traditional techniques and rocking techniques which I developed myself. With regular application this will produce results in such cases of stiffness and lack of mobility.

I am sure you understand that it is not really possible to lay out all the details of this therapy work in a forum post, but I will be glad to share my experience as much as I can.

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