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Old 01-26-2013, 09:25 AM   #10
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Re: New-Family Doctor thinks I have MS

There is a difference if a masseuse has been trained to deal with MSers. There is still a risk to MSers even with one trained to assist MSers. Some masseuses have a liability release that must be signed. Another problem exists in that there is no standard training in all states for a masseuse who deals with MS. For that matter, each state varies in the number of hours of practical experience which must be recorded before a license exam can be taken.
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