Chinese Pediatric Massage Therapy
Chinese pediatric massage becomes accessible for both professional practitioners of Chinese medicine and parents in this guide to its basic theories and techniques. It explains specific Chinese massage techniques for the treatment of many pediatric complaints, including diarrhea, colic, vomiting, constipation, excessive drooling, bed-wetting, night crying, and colds. Illustrations show how to apply each treatment.
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