Method of treatment in modern massage of a patient seated on the knees


Method of treatment in modern massage of a patient seated on the knees


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            Several portions of the body of a patient seated on his knees can be treated by modern massage therapy. Some such kinds of treatments have been given below.

1. Giving compression on the external portion of the neck to the patient seated on the knees.

2. Giving compression on the lateral region of neck to the patient seated on the knees

3. Giving compression on the temple to the patient seated on the knees

4. Giving compression on the posterior portion of the skull to the patient seated on the knees

5. Giving compression on the temple to the patient seated on the knees

6. Giving compression on the middle portion of the shoulder to the patient seated on the knees

7. Giving compression on the upper portion of the scapula to the patient seated on the knees

8. Giving compression on the trunk to the patient seated on the knees

9. Giving folding compression on the joints of shoulder upwardly and downwardly to the patient seated on the knees

10. Giving patting compression on the shoulder and spinal cord to the patient seated on the knees

Giving compression on the external region of neck to the patient seated on the knees:

  • First, make the patient sit with bent knees for the treatment of the patient. Say to the patient to keep the trunk erect straightly. The region near about the neck and scapula become loose by sitting in this way. Then, the practitioner should sit on his knees by the left side of the patient. He should sit by bending towards the patient. Thereafter, compression should be given by keeping right thumb on the cervical region of the patient. Compression should be given on the pulsation of carotid sinus and carotid artery too.           
  • Thereafter, he should given compression downwardly on the four points to the thyroid gland before the clavicle along with artery. Compression should be given only for three seconds. This kind of compression should be given thrice a day. Same compression should be given to the right side if the process of giving compression is complete on the left side.

Giving compression on the posterior cervical region to the patient seated on the knees:

          In it, the practitioner bends on his right knee by coming to the left side of the patient. In this condition, the left knee of the practitioner is embossed. He starts treatment left and right side on the lateral cervical region of the patient with the help of scattered thumb and fingers by holding the forehead of the patient with the help of left palm softly. There are three points on the left and right side behind the neck to give compression. Compression should be given for three seconds. 

Compression on the lateral cervical region to the patient seated on the knees:

          Make the patient sit on the knees and after that the practitioner should stand backside of the patient near about the lateral cervical region of the patient. Give compression on the left and right side of the lateral cervical region of the patient with stretched thumb and fingers of left hand by giving help to the forehead of the patient with the help of left palm softly. Compression should be given from the point to the three points situated on the joint of the neck. Compression should be increased gradually and it should be given only for three seconds. One thing should be remembered while giving compression in this way that the compression that is being given to the patient should be equal.   

Giving compression on the lateral portion of the skull to the patient seated on the knees:

  • The practitioner should stand behind the patient by making the patient sit on the knees to give compression on the back portion of the neck. Thereafter, the practitioner should compress to the lateral cervical and middle region of the spinal cord (the region of the neck behind the neck) with the help of right thumb by holding the forehead of the patient with left palm. For support, he keeps all the four fingers of the left hand on the left side lateral cervical region. Thereafter, the thumb of left side hand is towards the middle point of the patient upwardly. In this condition, the compression is given slowly.   
  • This kind of compression should be given only for five seconds and this process of giving compression should be repeated at least three times. Compression should be reached to the spinal cord of the patient’s body. First, the practitioner says to the patient to bend the head in the angle of 30 degree forwardly. Thereafter, he keeps on saying to bend the head backwardly during 2, 3, 4 and 5 (the steps of process). The head keeps on folding in the angle of 30 degree at the last of the fifth process. 

Giving compression on the temple to the patient seated on the knees:

          To give compression on the temple region of the patient, the practitioner should stand behind the patient by stretching the legs and in a bending position. Thereafter, he keeps his all the closed fingers on the left and right side of the temple. After that, he should stretch his elbows side by side so that his wrist may give compression straightly by turning on the same angle. This kind of compression should be given on the body for at least 10 seconds.  

Giving compression on the middle portion of the shoulder to the patient seated on the knees:

  • Say to the patient to sit on the knees to give compression in this position. The practitioner stands behind the patient and he stretches his thumbs and fingers of both hands more than before. He keeps his fingers on the upper portion of the scapula and his downwardly thumb on the right and left points of the scapula. Thereafter, compression should be given for three seconds. After that, compression is given on the two rows of five points of the middle portion of the scapula with the help of right and left thumb by turns. Compression of this kind should be given for at least three times. 
  • All the four fingers should be used to give support to the patient. Compression should be given on the body of the patient with the help of arms not with thumb. When compression is being given on the body of the patient in this way, the support of the compression should be in balanced condition.  

Giving compression on the upper portion of the scapula to the patient seated on the knees:

          Make the patient sit on the knees for the treatment of the patient according to modern massage therapy. Thereafter, the practitioner should stand behind the patient by stretching his legs a little. After that, he should bend a little towards the patient. Thereafter, he should keep his thumb on the right and left side of the scapula. Fingers of the practitioner are forwardly and make an equal angle from the thumb. Fingers are kept on the region of chest for support. Thereafter, compression is given with the help of thumb of both hands. Compression is given for at least five seconds. This process should be done thrice a day. Several kinds of diseases disappear by giving compression in this way.          

Giving stretched compression on the trunk to the patient seated on the knees:

  • The practitioner lifts to the head of the patient by holding the wrists of the patient. He touches to the lower portion of his left foot to the backbone of the patient to give support. He keeps on folding the paw of left foot outwardly so that it may not touch to the backbone.  
  • The trunk of the patient turns backwardly when the practitioner pulls the arms of the patient upwardly. This process should be repeated many times. The practitioner should withdraw his feet a little back while doing this process on the second time. Allow to the patient to bend as much as he can bend or until his face becomes upwardly. It should be remembered too. The practitioner should bring to the patient in the previous stage by releasing his hand when he bends backside completely.    

Folding joints of the shoulder upwardly and downwardly:

          First, make the patient sit on the knees. Thereafter, the practitioner should stand behind the patient. After that, the patient keeps his shoulders and trunk loose. Then, the practitioner lifts to the patient by holding the sacrum of shoulder of the patient and quits suddenly. The shoulder comes in its natural stage by doing so thrice a day.

Patting to the shoulder and spinal cord downwardly while giving compression to the patient seated on the knees:

  • Make the patient sit on the knees. Thereafter, the patient should stand behind the patient in a bending position. After that, the practitioner should give compression by keeping the fingers on the shoulder of the patient. Thereafter, prior portion of the arms of the patient should be patted downwardly. 
  • Thereafter, the practitioner keeps his left palm on the left shoulder of the patient for support by turning towards the left side of the patient. After that, he keeps his fingers and palm of right hand centered downwardly on the seventh vertebrae of cervical. In this situation, he pats to the backbone (till the lower sacrum) twice rapidly.