Archive for the ‘bodywork’ Category

Andrew speaks on live radio broadcast

March 6, 2014

Andrew speaks on live radio broadcast

Andrew Wolfe LMP of Harmony Licensed Massage Therapy speaks live on radio broadcast on spotlight radio on 2/28/14 on the topic of medical massage. He has been in private practice in Arlington Washington since 1987 and has achieved advanced training and certifications and experience in the field of medical massage.

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Additional profile on My massaage therapists.com

November 5, 2012

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Myofascial release of the back preformed sidelye by Andrew Wolfe,LMP

July 31, 2012

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Alternative Options of Health by Andrew Wolfe, LMP, Mms.

July 31, 2012

ImageWhen it comes to the rehabilitation of accidents and injuries most medical providers think within the convention of physical therapy and pharmacology. When injuries occur nerve fibers in the muscle tissue tear, strain, overstretch and literally shorten. This shortening of the tissue impairs normal movement . Scar tissue forms as a natural agent of healing. Often times the scar tissue can adhere to surrounding tissue and joints creating a memory of lost function as well as structural impairment. Cross fiber friction and myofascial release therapy, a form of deep tissue massage, reduces the scar tissue from forming as well as breaks it up when it does form. Nerve fibers in the bundles of muscle and other soft tissue such as ligaments, connective tissue, tendons and softer cartilage, can be damaged and impaired creating a muscle memory of dysfunction. Remedial massage therapy redirects the muscle memory by reconnecting the nerve -muscle connection. Heighten sensitivity and pain impairs mobility and natural healing and inflammation occurs. The function of inflammation is to “buffer” or protect the damaged area, but often times can delay in the healing. The most natural and effective support to healing is massage therapy, it is safe and has minimal to no negative side effects. Massage therapy works directly the site of the problems in a “hands on” approach. This approach makes common sense when you think about what is effected; the soft tissue. Change needs to come by working out the dysfunction. By working directly on the soft tissue you effect change. Thinking outside the conventions of the medical industry are alternative health care options. Even within the mainstream of modern medicine massage therapy is being recognized as a medical modality; see reference http://my.brainshark.com/Medical-Massage-and-Insurance-Coverage-by-Andrew-Wolfe-LMP-551505931

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Remedial Shoulder Release by Andrew Wole,LMP

July 30, 2012

Remedial Shoulder Release by Andrew Wole,LMP

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Video: Body Posture and Massage Therapy

May 15, 2012

Body Posture and Massage Therapy.

Video:Massage for migrane,headache and neck pain.

May 15, 2012

Massage for migrane,headache and neck pain..

Why does it feel like my bones hurt? I want to say its body ach but not really the same feeling. kngstev Asked

December 12, 2011

Repetitive motion can create dysfunction; i.e. pain, swelling, in the joints and surrounding tissues. Frequent stretches and changing posture can help reduce some of the symptoms, as can taking supplements for joints and ligament support. You have to increase on the body maintenance if you wish to preserve quality of life as we mature.

Answered by Andrew Wolfe LMP on ask.com

CorrieWilson Asked Should those who refuse treatment for cancer be entitled to the same palliative care treatment as those who don’t?

December 12, 2011

Freedom of choice is the prerogative of the patient.

 Answered by Andrew Wolfe LMP on ask.com