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Fri, 01 Feb 2008 12:34:01 +0000http://www.rebuildyourback.com/med-bloggers/conversation-with-a-massage-therapist.php#comment-2739oh yeah, and to the Dr. You are the reason for these posts. What did you expect? Doogie Howser MD. wasn’t giving you the massage, maybe you will know for next time. And there is a reason that you are a DOCTOR, common sense tells me that you are a little more educated than the average therapist. So shut the hell up, and just enjoy what you get, or stop getting massages. Because if I had to massage you, that would be a miserable hour. You are obviously looking for faults in people, you should have become a psychologist, maybe you could channel your need to analyze people and figure out why you felt the need to keep the conversation going in the first place.
Fri, 01 Feb 2008 12:19:33 +0000http://www.rebuildyourback.com/med-bloggers/conversation-with-a-massage-therapist.php#comment-2738My education taught me the same thing. I think it is very unfortunate that there is a large rift in communication when it comes to client/therapist relationships. We all know Silence is Golden, but what to do when someone is curious as to why they start sweating, floating from the parasympathetic response, or when they are just a jerk wanting to pull your chain to get a free massage. I work for a major massage chain. Well, let me just say, the customer is “always” right. I have been massaging for almost 2 years and I know for a fact I have massaged 500 bodies, if not more. The bad part about it, is I can’t stand it anymore. And to be frank, I think most people are assholes, and I think the self righteous therapists need to step off their soap boxes and start educating other therapists instead of mocking every poor inexperienced therapist that shows up to work. And one more thing, clients can speak up and just say “be quiet, I don’t care what has an adhesion” instead they go through the entire massage expecting a mind reader to show up and tell you how they feel. And let us not forget the overly personal clients that want to know every detail of your daily life,(those are always fun to try and get to shut up), the “everything is wrong, I’m a hot mess” clients, and the ever so popular “entitled ones” who expect you to roll out a red carpet when they arrive. Please, whatever happened to manners. We aren’t robots, and I can think of a million things I would rather do than rub some smelly, hairy, old man who stares at me and smiles for 20 minutes while he lays on his back. Thanks for the web space to vent, I have 2 more weeks of this business, and then I go into herniated disk recovery because I thought I was superwoman when I started this career. Body mechanics people, it isn’t just for students anymore.
Tue, 11 Dec 2007 16:40:09 +0000http://www.rebuildyourback.com/med-bloggers/conversation-with-a-massage-therapist.php#comment-2630Just wanted to say that I am a massage therapist and I get adjusted on regular basis by a chiropractor.. Just wanted to comment on the massage therapist you stated being uneducated. She had the right idea, maybe she just could’nt explain herself properly. Give her a break. The doctor who was getting the massage could have told her she just wanted to relax, maybe that would’ve given the therapist the hint to Shut Up!!