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Thai Massage and MS
Evangelos Dimou
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April 28, 2014 - 10:55 am
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A lot of people  having a multiple sclerosis they have walking problems and it is very difficult for them to move due to the miscommunication of their brain with some of their muscles. 

So stiffness of their muscles is one of the results of the above and unfortunately they start to have the difficulty to move their legs or their hands.

I strongly suggest Thai massage as the best practice therapy for all these cases because these problems need a lot of warm up of the muscles and a lot of stretching.

It is the most incredible relax journey for all the body and gives the unique feeling of extreme lightness.

The muscles start to move and the person is very relaxed without having the spasticity of the muscles.

The Thai massage gives a lot of benefits to the body and the mind and most important is the relaxation and the strength of confidence.

The body needs to balance and find again the correct STRAIGHT position as it used to have before.

For example if the receiver has a problem to the left leg his body change the way of walking and with that a lot of other parts of his body start to change creating other problems as well.

With Thai massage we find solutions for the most problems and we are a position to help by giving a very good start up to these issues.

It is wonderful to be able and help people because life is good!!!    

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April 28, 2014 - 4:42 pm
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I totally agree, Thai Massage can be very helpful for MS. I have treated several MS clients over longer periods of time. The most effect can be achieved in earlier stages of MS, and the least effect in late stages where most of the body is pretty much immobilized already.

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