But actual massage therapy is a medical field earning its stripes and one that can be a medical miracle for some and very effective treatment for others. I sat down and met this week with Kathleen Vincent of 214-18 41st Ave. in Bayside, where she shares an office with two chiropractors, Dr. Julie Syat and Dr. Alan Siegel.Vincent has a very impressive resume as a graduate of the New York College of Health professionals and a member of the New York State Society of Medical Massage Therapist. She also worked at the US Open and assisted in massage therapy for tennis superstars Jennifer Capriati and the Venus sisters, among others. "I currently treat patients with multiple sclerosis, various cancers, arthritis, tendonitis, severe headaches, depression and anxiety," she said. Asked about the effectiveness of massage therapy, Vincent said she practiced it on her father, who had been put into a hospice program, and he lived for another two years because the massages helped his circulation and respiratio
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