Station WDNU out of South Bend, Indiana, put the spotlight on bodywork for breast-cancer survivors, in an article titled “Healing touch helping breast cancer survivors,” posted to www.wndu.com.

“Most women will tell you they hold their breath when they do their monthly self breast exam, or get a yearly mammogram … The thought of being told you have breast cancer is terrifying, and while early diagnosis can lead to a cure, there are still side affects women face after treatment … and that’s where relief comes in … with the massage therapy protocol under study at the Centre.”

Read the article, which details the Graston Technique, Ball State bodywork technique, which purports to break down scar tissue in the breasts, here.

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