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This is a fantastic article explaining the effects of Parkinson's Disease on muscles and the resulting discomfort and debilitation. The signals being sent ceaselessly to the muscles telling them to contract is the equivalent of exercising 24 hours a day without any break for rest or muscle recovery. The muscles end up so rigid, to the point where one is unable to move around freely, and the calories burned to fuel the ceaseless muscle movement causes continual breakdown of muscle tissue. Imagine how helpful massage therapy can be for anyone with Parkinson's or any other neuromuscular disorder. Massage pushes blood flow (nutrients) into the muscle tissue and is also known to stimulate the release of dopamine, which is very important because it "tells" the muscle to relax. What this means is that massage is able to alleviate existing discomfort, delay further degradation of muscle tissue, and can even IMPROVE one's condition because it restores flexibility, which could allow someone to walk and move around again. Our offer to provide free treatment to individuals who have Parkinson's is not a hoax or a bait-and-switch. We are simply answering a calling, taking a risk that we feel will be rewarding. If you or someone you know has Parkinson's (in any stage) or any other neuromuscular disorder, please don't waste this opportunity. Call, text or email us. Thank you.
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