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One Piece Episode 253

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Blissfully unspoilered One Piece noob takes the plunge and wades through the eight-hundred plus episodes of One Piece for the first time.POSTS: Monday, Thursday, Saturday. TWITTER: @thdray1 Will answer questions there too.DISCUSSION: If you want to join in the One Piece chat, I've set replies to week-long followers only (as spoiler protection). Reblogs work, though, so I'll answer from those too.

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Surprisingly, Chopper has been voiced by two different people in the One Piece series. From his introduction in episode 83 to episode 253, Chopper was voiced by Ikue Otani. Post episode 253, Kazue Ikura took on the job of voicing Chopper. However, this job was temporary as Ikura voiced Chopper just for 9 episodes in the anime.

0:02:20.5 RW: Today's episode comes from a massage therapist who was able to provide a lot of detail, and this doesn't often happen in our I Have A Client Who stories, so I'm interested to take this deepest dive into arterial aneurysms and it goes like this. I wanna share my massage session I had today with you, the client gave me permission to share her story. I had a client who had just had subclavian aneurysm repair May 17th, 2022. The surgeon shut off the subclavian artery and re-routed the blood flow to the arm. This is all for her left side. A few years ago, she had a AAA. She said she has been diagnosed with a connective tissue disorder, but they haven't been able to give it a name. She wanted a massage because she was having some tension and discomfort in between her shoulder blades, especially on her left side. She also complained of her left arm feeling a little sore and feeling different, she said it's a similar feeling to how her legs felt for a while after the AAA.

0:04:27.6 RW: She did mention the actual incision area has been feeling sore. I obviously stayed away from that area today, but I suggested she follow up with a surgeon about this and to also ask if she should have some physiotherapy to help with healing. I'm just writing to see if this would make a good episode, as this is the first time I have seen this in more than 10 years. I also wanted to know if I handled the situation well or if I missed anything. I actually am embarrassed to say this, but I'm not entirely sure how long to wait post-op for massage. I usually always just get the green light from the physio. I know there are studies to show benefits to receiving massage after surgery, but I'm just not sure of timeliness and I've been meaning to ask you for a while.

0:05:13.6 RW: Well, thank you, contributor. This is an awesome topic for an I Have A Client Who episode, and while you've never seen anything like this in more than 10 years of practice, the chances are good that you will never see it again, people with a history of multiple corrected arterial aneurysms are not that common. And you have provided lots of information to feed into your clinical decisions, and we'll come back to that in a bit. But first, of course, we get to talk about aneurysms, and I promise before we wrap up, we will talk a little bit about post-surgical timelines for massage. But here's a spoiler alert, it depends. So aneurysms, what are they? The word aneurysm has a Greek origin and it originally meant a widening or dilation, a perfect description of what's going on with these problems. An aneurysm is, simply put, a permanent wide spot or a dilation of a blood vessel, or in some cases, the heart itself. But how can a blood vessel or the heart develop a permanent site of dilation?

0:12:07.1 RW: Our contributor says, "I felt with all this information I was able to go ahead with the massage, I did a little bit on the arm, especially the triceps. When she left, she said she felt so much better. She mentioned the actual


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