MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) February 23, 2017
Thomas Vas-Don suffered from severe injury due to an industrial accident. With perseverance and disciplined exercise regime, the author was able to successfully recover. In “Origin & Insertion Charts for Massage Therapists” (published by Xlibris AU), Vas-Don collates all relevant information for various sources on the principals of massage, anatomy, trigger points and referral pain patterns.
In this book, readers will see that the human body is broken down into sections – origin and insertions, range of motion and pain referral patterns. An easy-to-read book, it also features a simplified muscle and trigger point illustration for readers who wish to further their knowledge in the field of massage and pain management.
“Origin & Insertion Charts for Massage Therapists” gives readers awareness of their bodies and makes people understand their pain better.
“Whatever they want to take away from it, I guess this book helps by giving the people the ability to understand their own bodies and giving them the knowledge to potentially help other people.”
“Origin & Insertion Charts for Massage Therapists”
By Thomas Vas-Don
Hardcover | 8.5 x 11in | 96 pages | ISBN 9781524521561
Softcover | 8.5 x 11in | 96 pages | ISBN 9781524521547
E-Book | 96 pages | ISBN 9781524521554
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
In 2006 at the age 21, Thomas Vas-Don had the misfortune of severely injuring his lower back in an industrial accident. Ten years after, he is now fit and qualified with a black belt in martial arts, which involvement in this sport led him to research and complete a diploma in remedial massage.
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