Physiotherapie in Wegener's granulomatosis

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I'm a Spa Theraphist from Poland, and i loocking a help whit my patient. Lady have a 55 years old, and from 4 yrs fighting whit granulomatosis. He comming to me for Whole Body Massage, but when i heard about her problem, i refused. I ask You, Did anyone had any phisical procedures ore massages? Maby You now what tipes of natural medicine improve a quality of live People whit Wegener's granulomatosis? I realy wonna help this lady. Please for informations.

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    Hi

    I have had Wegener's Granulomatosis for 11 years.  My daughter trained to be a beautition and sports massage therapist and gave me a full body massage when she needed a body to practice on.  I came through it with flying colours and felt very relaxed.  It helped with my pain a lot.  I feel that you cannot do any harm so give her the massage and see.  Hope that this helps.

     

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      Thanks a lot, what do you think about warm massages? It will be savely? Warm afects the cardiovascular, ciali during massage...
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      Anything which makes the patient relax and forget their problems will help.  I have found that I am always worse when I am stressed.
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      Great, this is wonderful information. Many Therapists refused to help. In Poland we still don't know too much about Granulomatosis, so I thank You very much, and i wish You good Luck.

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    .Hello, I live in USA & have had Wegener's for 5 years. Both the Johns Hopkins & the Cleveland Clinic websites have lots of information on them regarding current accepted practices to treat Wegener's. From what I've read, it appears it cannot be cured, but it can be pushed into remission.
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