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PTSD Treatment for Children using Massage – Tampa

Pediatric Massage Therapist
PTSD Treatment for Children Studies and research have proven that people suffering from a traumatic situation can continue with the unnatural feeling for years. Unless it is curtailed through some form of therapy, a child who has been through the ring will never get over the trauma. There are proven ways to help the kid from getting past these problems by talking things over with a certified counselor. It can take a while, however, to get a kid to open up especially if s/he has been at the receiving end of a terrible situation on the home front or elsewhere. Most often people do not open up about the problem and that is where massage therapy works rather well as this not only gets the child to relax but also…
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Autism Treatment For Children Using Touch-based Massage

Pediatric Massage Therapist
Autism Massage Treatment Training at Tampa Massage Clinic A nervous spectrum disorder referred to as Autism affects the emotional, social, physical and cognitive health of an individual. Symptoms vary from one child to the next. The symptoms could be difficulty communicating, repetitive behavioral patterns and an almost obsessive interest in something. When this is recognized at an early stage, various therapies can help the child lead a regular and qualitative life. Massage therapy has been proven advantageous for a child to help reduce stress, calm muscular spasms and generally relax the child. Tools and Training to Treat Autism Qigong Sensory Treatment (QST) massage is a proven, touch-based autism treatment for children that parents perform for 15 minutes each day for up to two years to normalize sensory issues and reduce or…
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Headache Treatment for Children Using Massage

Massage Therapist, Pediatric Massage Therapist
Pediatric Massage to Treat Headaches By the age of 15, nearly 75% of children will have experienced at least one headache, with many having recurring headaches. While there are a number of factors that go into the causes of childhood headaches, it can be as simple as a hereditary link. Causes and Symptoms Childhood headaches occur because of a number of reasons, some being environmental factors, sinusitis, migraine or even a modicum of depression, and they come in many forms. A repeat pattern can practically drive kids up the wall and if the problem is allergy-centric, it can be very frustrating for the child. Tension headaches and migraines accompanied by nausea and vomiting can take the Mickey out of them. Muscular contraction headaches in children occur if the child is…
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