Dynamic Angular Petrissage as Treatment for Axillary Web Syndrome Occurring after Surgery for Breast Cancer: a Case Report [Research Perch]

Posted:Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Listen in as we discuss “Dynamic Angular Petrissage as Treatment for Axillary Web Syndrome Occurring after Surgery for Breast Cancer: a Case Report.”

Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron and Ruth Werner walk us through the implications, how it can grow our practices, and how it can help us serve our clients better.

 

Review what you have learned from the video with these questions:

• Are there things in the developed approach that were missing when it was being tested?
• How would you test your favorite approach to a common problem?
• In looking at the specialty of oncology massage, what cautions or concerns might you have for this protocol with other cancer patients?
• Are there other conditions for the Dynamic Angular Petrissage for Axillary Web Syndrome technique where you think it might be useful?
• What other questions do you have about this reports or technique?

Dynamic Angular Petrissage as Treatment for Axillary Web Syndrome Occurring after Surgery for Breast Cancer: a Case Report from IJTMB
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