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Ryan WIlliams, LMT

Ryan brings a different perspective to the art of massage. Heading into chiropractic, he sees things a little differently, and that’s a very good thing for his clients. Eternally happy, a lover of Indian food and spending time outside, Ryan is good at massage—and pretty good at life in general.

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Back Pain From Sitting at Your Job: Tight vs. Taut

By Ryan WIlliams, LMT on Jan 6, 2015 10:37:00 PM

The number one complaint that I get as a massage therapist is a knot either under the shoulder blade or between the shoulder blade and the spine. When I first started doing massages I would go right to that area when people would complain about it. However, as much as I worked on it, it would never bring lasting results. I had to find a way to get this pain in the shoulder to go away for good. To get the desired permanent change I, and my clients, had to experience a paradigm shift.

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