Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Developing Skills

Developing a skilled Manual Lymph Drainage therapist/practitioner takes time and commitment both by the therapist and the educator.  The Dr. Vodder School does not take short-cuts in training and is committed to providing the best possible learning experience in a supportive environment. Here is what an experienced physical therapist stated about our training:
"When we practice the basic strokes over and over again, our palpation skills deepen and we become aware of more and more under our hands.  At a time where knowledge is highly promoted we don't want to forget the significance of what our hands can do and that building manual skills takes repetition and time." Sara Nelson, DPT, Kennewick, WA, 2013

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