Manual Therapy and Sugar

M and SStudying in New Zealand for a while I worked in a cafe. In this place I learned that sugar has different properties depending on how this is handled. Manual Therapy is pretty much the same and I will be placing them in this article just for fun. In this article I will be describing both and giving their similarities to each other just as it crossed my mind.

Manual Therapy is a therapy system from way back the beginning of human kind. It is a kind of therapy that makes use of the human hands and the ability of the human being to understand the problem of the human being helping the body to recover itself. There are many forms of manual therapy and they vary by the pressure used, limbs used by the operator, and temperature, capabilities and body parts used so as to affect other parts. Manual Therapy also tends to vary in its effect based on how good the operator is able to analyze the information himself and the ability of the operator to act on those information. Manual Therapy can stabilize or harm the body depending on how the operator uses Manual Therapy. Manual Therapist or at least some of them believes that intention affects the outcome of the treatment.

Sugar is a white powdery stuff that we used to sweeten stuff. It is an ingredient that changes depending on how much heat you applied to the sugar and what is added to sugar. Depending on the Temperature it can become stringy, soft, round, sticky, hard, fluffy or burnt. By just adding stuff to sugar they become marshmallows, macaroons, pralines, ice tea, sugar cookies or even candy. Sugar tends to stabilize stuff or destroy things based on how they are used and how much they are used.

It is interesting to see that even if things are pretty much from different fields they seem to still have some similar things to them. Also both these things tend to make life happier. They add something sweet to life. Also I think manual therapy is like the sugar of health care it stabilizes stuff, creates controversies and is dependent on the user.

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