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Good information for physiotherapist?
« on: June 07, 2022, 11:08:38 am »
I have a good physiotherapist. He is specialised in treating the fascia, the connective tissue that is everywhere in our bodies. This is very helpfull. But when we talk, he doesn't get how withdrawal causes my pains. He just looks for ordinary explanations which he understands. So I am looking for an article or something that can be informative for him. So he can 'get' it. Not a list where muscle pains are mentioned, but something more.
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