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Old 06-02-2012, 06:02 AM   #1
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Default Conversation with manual therapists on FB about central sensitization

The fun just never stops over there on FB.

Does anyone here (still) think that they can feel mesodermal things precisely through a thick layer of skin? Or have you set aside that particular idea as being (objectively)
1. your best guess;
2. a process in your brain as it tries (and often succeeds) in synching itself with another's nervous system, much like a rope-jumping exercise;
3. a training-wheel idea that you don't need anymore, now that you know how to really ride a metaphoric bicycle during treatment, and interact with someone else's nervous system?

Well, what can I say? It was a slow evening, nothing on but football/Madonna (even though the twelve seconds I caught, right at the end, was quite flashy). Obviously we had a bit of a game going ourselves on FB.
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