7-01 Benefits of Touch and Neurofascial Process
Touch is so important that babies die without it. Learn what the research is saying today.
From the field of Integrative Manual Therapy (IMT) comes a remarkable self-care program that can alleviate pain, increase range of motion and improve function. Anyone who has used Neurofascial Process (NFP), knows the effectiveness of this hands-on technique. This newsletter answers the question, "Why is it reasonable to believe Touch, Massage Therapy, Manual Therapy and Neurofascial Process (NFP) can improve everyone’s health?" ........Buy This Issue Today.
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