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Diabetes Massage | Get Rid of Pain
* Pain is Optional

For the first time: a Guide to Massage for Diabetics

\"HAVE YOU BECOME RESIGNED TO THE PROBLEMS OF DIABETES?
YOU DESERVE A HEALTHY BODY!!!\"

MARY WETHERILL
Neuro Muscular Massage Therapist

DATE:
FROM: Mary Wetherill
TO: Healthy Minded Diabetics, Friends, and Health Team Professionals

RE: Benefits of Massage

WHEN I WAS A TEEN, MY MOTHER'S DOCTOR THOUGHT MY MOTHER WOULD HAVE
TO HAVE HER FOOT AMPUTATED. Another doctor, who gave a second opinion,
thought massage might help.

And since I loved my mother, I massaged her feet.

The health of her feet improved and my mother was able to avoid
amputation.

Diabetes has been called a worldwide epidemic. I can’t speak for
the whole world, but I know it’s been an epidemic in my family. My
mother is one in 10 children and my father is one is 6. All of my
mother’s brothers and sisters except one, including my mother have
had diabetes. All but one have already died, due to Diabetis-Related
causes. My Father’s brother and his son, my cousin Scott, died in
2003, not very far apart in time. Scott was found in his apartment
near the college he went to. He fell into a diabetic coma and was
found, dead, by a friend. My mother died in April of 1999. She was 60
years old.

According to the American Diabetes Association, 20.8 million people
in the United States, 7% of the population, have diabetes . They ADA
reports that an estimated 62 million other Americans are undiagnosed.
This epidemic has spread widely through every part of the world.

I was surprised, but delighted with the results my mother got from
massage. Keeping her foot meant she could walk, work, and continue
living her life as should wanted to.

My mother always made a huge difference for other people. She was
the director of a homeless shelter for many years. It was very
important for her to continue her work. She found it unacceptable for
any one of her "children" as she called them, to go back on the
street. She found shelters for almost everyone, even one woman who my
mother brought home,to live with us for a year. This was because of
her love for people and the belief she held that everyone deserves to
be cared for by people who Love them.

I owe the love I have for people to the example my mother set by
living her life the way she did.

WHO IS MARY WETHERILL?

MARY WETHERILL

Mary Wetherill, NMT and CMT, graduated at the top of her class, as
a Neuromuscular Therapist and Certified Massage Therapist. Owner of
Mobile Therapeutic Massage Services of Northern NJ, she has committed
her practice to demonstrating that pain is optional. She relieves
chronic pain and structural issues for individuals and athletes alike.
She has even worked at the US Open. While she was the director of the
massage therapy department at a Popular Health and Fitness Center, she
created a program to teach FBI agents and gym members to massage
themselves. She always came from the truth that health and healing
starts with the individual. Anyone who demonstrated their willingness
to be responsible for their own health, had Mary's full support and
guidance. She has also worked with terminally ill cancer patients. She
loves people and Life. AN optimist in every way. she believes.

MY CALLING TO BE A NEUROMUSCULAR THERAPIST CAME FROM THE PAIN RELIEF
AND THE DIFFERENCE MY MASSAAGE MADE FOR MY MOTHER!

As a Neuromuscular Therapist I have been committed to making a
difference in the lives of people suffering from diabetes.

I saw the pain my mother experienced from the sores and ulcers that
had developed on her feet, as well as the neuropathy that would leave
some areas numb and very uncomfortable.

One of the reasons I became a therapist, is because at a young age,
I would go with her to therapy appointments. I saw the difference my
massage made in reducing her pain and stress. I massaged her feet
everyday for years, when she came home from a long day at work.

WHAT IS NEURO MUSCULAR THERAPY?

Neuro Muscualr Therapy is a thorough program of recovery from acute
and chronic pain syndromes which utilizes specific massage therapy,
flexibility stretching, and home care to eliminate the causes of most
neuromuscular pain patterns. This specific and scientific approach to
muscular pain relief helps to bring balance between the
Musculoskeletal and the Nervous systems.

Neuro Muscualr Therapy enhances the function of joints and muscles,
enhances biomechanics (movement), and releases endorphins, the body's
own natural pain killers. In my opinion, tt should be part of any
comprehensive program, complementing other health care modalities.

Neuromuscular Therapy examines six physiological factors that may
create or intensify pain patterns.

These six factors are: * 1. ISCHEMIA

* 2. TRIGGER POINTS

* 3. NERVE ENTRAPMENT AND COMPRESSION

* 4. POSTURAL DISTORTIONS

* 5. NUTRITION

* 6. EMOTIONAL WELLBEING

WHAT DOES DR. JOSEPH M. AMOIA SAY ABOUT MARY WETHERILL?

DR. JOSEPH M. AMOIA, NEW JERSEY, DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC'S

"Think back to a time when you knew about something really great
and you could hardly wait to share it with those you know and love. An
excited feeling, right? Guess what, I’m like that right now because
I recently had the privilege of meeting Mary Wetherill, a licensed
massage therapist and author of “Diabetes Massage”
(www.diabetesmassage.com). Mary is most certainly not your every day,
run-of-the-mill massage therapist. Oh no….she is SO much more!!! In
Fact she is a neuromuscular therapist who relieves chronic pain for
individuals and athletes alike. She has even worked at the US Open.
Finally, I have met a massage therapist who grasps the truths
contained within chiropractic. AWESOME!!! She fully embraces that
health and healing come from within and it’s THERE (within) that
healing MUST therefore begin. Mary is always looking for ways to learn
and grow so she can serve her clients even better. Mary has invested
the time, energy, and money necessary to be able to offer her clients
a variety of techniques depending upon what each client needs."

KRISTA SCHELLINCK, RN SAYS:

Who doesn’t love the heavenly relaxation one feels during and
after a massage? In addition to a wonderful calm and sense of well
being, massage offers many other benefits to those with Diabetes.
Massage helps to decrease production of stress hormones , thereby
preventing blood sugar levels from rising. In fact during massage,
studies have shown that blood sugar levels actually decrease.
Circulation, which is often impaired in diabetics, improves. Gentle
massage of feet and hands can be especially beneficial. Also, massage
can increase tissue elasticity. Due to high blood sugar levels,
diabetics may have thickened connective tissue. Massage can decrease
stiffness and offer greater mobility. It is important to note that if
you suffer from diabetic neuropathy, open sores, or other
complications form your illness, please get your doctors permsision
before getting massage treatments.

KRISTA SCHELLINCK, RN (REGISTERD NURSE), (BSN) BACHELOR OF NURSING
SCIENCE, STANHOPE, N.J.

WHAT DOES THE CORRECT MASSAGE OF YOUR FEET PROVIDE?

* INCREASED BLOOD CIRCULATION AND NUTRITION TO THE CELLS OF YOUR
FEET!

* REMOVES TOXINS AND POISONS!

* PROVIDES RELAXED ENJOYMENT!

* FEET BECOME MORE HEALTHY!

Make this part of your daily routine!

Enhance your health every day!

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BEST OF SUCCESS,

MARY WETHERILL

P.S.- Do everything you can to protect your health. What can you
lose by not having proper foot massage?

P.P.S.- Our planet has a Diabetes Epidemic. Do not risk amputation
by not knowing how to massage your feet properly!

Diabetes Massage

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