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This is a concise statement of the facts concerning this much neglected branch of therapeutics. As stated by the author, the book is primarily intended for the use of masseuses; but the practitioner who does not have the time or desire to wade through the larger and more technical works can get a good working knowledge of the subject from this book. One of the especially pleasing features is the giving of exact and minute directions to the student for applying the different treatments.
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