In the first half of the 20th century, there were countless neck massage practices available in Western society.
But as the practice spread, it evolved from an esoteric and esoteric practice to a popular practice that even the world’s foremost authority on the science of massage said he felt qualified to address.
“We’re talking about massage of the neck, not the scalp, but the neck,” said Dr. Henry D. Siegel, a professor of clinical massage and occupational therapy at The University of California, San Francisco.
“There’s been a big push to massage the neck with this technique, and I think that is a little bit of a mischaracterization of what it is.
I think the actual science behind this is actually quite complicated and I’d be surprised if people understood what it actually does.”
Dr. Solloway, who has been a massage therapist for more than 30 years, says he has been working with patients for more the past 10 years and he has developed an appreciation for the various techniques that massage practitioners use to help them relax.
He says that the technique is an ancient one, dating back to the ancient Egyptians, who believed that the neck was the most powerful source of energy.
“The ancient Egyptians believed that, when they were on the earth, the greatest thing they could control was the energy of the body,” he said.
“It was a lot of energy that they could harness and control.
The ancient Egyptians also believed that in their body, the neck could be a great place to meditate, a great source of relaxation.”
They also believed the best way to have a good time was to massage it,” he added.
Siegel is not the only medical doctor who has developed a nuanced understanding of the science behind the neck massage.
He also said that, despite the popularity of the practice, it is still largely misunderstood.”
I know a lot more about this than people think I do, because I actually treat a lot patients.””
I think that when they hear about neck pain, they’re really just hearing the symptoms, and that’s not really what the science says.
I know a lot more about this than people think I do, because I actually treat a lot patients.”
Dr Siegel said he has tried to dispel myths about the science surrounding neck massage, but, to date, he hasn’t been able to convince anyone to change their opinion.
“There are lots of misconceptions about the massage,” he explained.
“One of them is that the treatment is going to make your neck pain go away.
That’s completely untrue.
That is a myth.”
Siegel said it is important for doctors to be aware of the scientific information about neck manipulation, but he also said he doesn’t see it as a medical procedure.
“It’s not going to solve the problem,” he told ABC News.
“In fact, the best treatment for this is not going be neck massage.”ABC News’ Andrea Tannenbaum contributed to this report.