The Butterfly

I think my physical therapist is taking advantage of me. He keeps doing all of these weird things to me but always says things to justify what he does. Is there a "move" called the Butterfly in which the patient lies at the end of the bed in a happy baby pose-like position and the therapist crosses his arms and places his hands on the soft tissue on the the inside of the bones that go around the sensored and presses outward? Made me feel very vulnerable, especially since we were in my home, alone. Thanks, this is really important.

Posted By Mya on July 11, 2007 at 20:33:25:

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