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Saturday,
18 Nov 2017
5:11 PM
THE IMPORTANCE OF HEMATOMA READING
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov               The correct reading of hematoma by the practitioner is the first critical step to successful rehabilitation of the soft tissues after tr

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Sunday,
15 Oct 2017
8:45 PM
Table of Contents Issue #3 2017
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR NEWS FROM OUR CLINICS TENNIS ELBOW OR NOT? THE CLINICAL VALUE OF PALPATION BUILDING CLINICAL RESULTS WITH MEDICAL MASSAGE MEDICAL MASSAGE VS SECONDARILY DEVELOPED PLAN

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Sunday,
15 Oct 2017
8:24 PM
Science of Oncology Massage, Part 2
Massage Therapy In Cases Of Established Anti-Cancer Therapy Dr. Jeffrey M. Cullers, DC             In Part 1 of this article published in Issue #2, 2017 we discussed the basic pri

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Sunday,
15 Oct 2017
7:14 PM
Letter from the Editor Issue #3, 2017
Dear Friends and Colleagues,              Welcome to Issue #3 of 2017. We appreciate the support of our readers from all around the world. Here is the content of the current issue we

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Sunday,
15 Oct 2017
7:08 PM
HOW REAL SCIENCE DEFEATED “NEW” PAIN CONCEPT
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov              We value our readers, their thoughts, opinions and contributions. This article is a great example of that. The idea to write it came to us as a re

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Saturday,
14 Oct 2017
4:01 PM
New CMMPS Issue #3, 2017
INTRODUCING NEW CMMPS The Unstoppable Passion For Helping Patients CONGRATULATIONS to Patricia Spatz, Mary Ann Maloney, Renee Zona, Yulia Chekan and Carole Suzanne Jackson!!!! Our newest Cer

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Saturday,
14 Oct 2017
3:51 PM
Case of the Month Issue #3 2017
CASE OF THE MONTH               This Case of the Month is submitted by Sally Ramsey, BBA, LMT from Massage Connection in Sarasota, Florida. Under the leadership of our former

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Saturday,
14 Oct 2017
3:45 PM
Good Apples, Bad Apples Issue #3 2017
            The purpose of this section of the Journal of Massage Science to inform the practitioners about valuable articles that frequently go unnoticed, as well as to point to

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Saturday,
30 Sep 2017
6:52 PM
TENNIS ELBOW OR NOT?
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ             Our clinic has a limited number of regular patients since we do whatever it takes to completely fix the problem and give patients

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Saturday,
26 Aug 2017
7:58 PM
THE CLINICAL VALUE OF PALPATION
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix               Two years ago, one of the PCPs who works with our clinic sent us his patient with a very unusual situation.          

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Saturday,
12 Aug 2017
1:15 PM
BUILDING CLINICAL RESULTS WITH MEDICAL MASSAGE
By Karen Mooney, PhD, CMMP, Florida             I am presenting this case to stress several important points: first, the recognition of the potential integrative role of Medical M

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Saturday,
08 Jul 2017
11:37 PM
MEDICAL MASSAGE VS SECONDARILY DEVELOPED PLANTAR FASCIITIS
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov               We’ve already shared with readers one of the unusual cases of Plantar Fasciitis from our clinic: http://www.scienceofmassage.com/2015/

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Wednesday,
26 Apr 2017
6:52 PM
CUTANEOUS REFLEX ZONES AND THE POSTMASTECTOMY STATE
By Curt Lezanic, CMMP, LMT, San Antonio, TX   About five weeks ago a 63 year-old female came to my office complaining about her left neck, shoulder, arm and hand pain.  What’s unique

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Tuesday,
18 Apr 2017
12:18 AM
THE MAIN ENEMY IS NEUROGENIC COUGH
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov This case is from our Arizona clinic and it illustrates how completely different anatomical structures in our body interconnect and interact with each other. Two week

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Saturday,
07 Jan 2017
4:31 PM
THE POWER OF KNEADING
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov   Kneading techniques are the most complex to execute but when they are done correctly they have the most profound effect on the client/patient level of stress o

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Tuesday,
20 Dec 2016
10:15 PM
THE POWER OF EFFLEURAGE
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ   Effleurage is a very basic technique therapists use daily. However, even this basic massage technique delivers a profound impact on the body of th

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Friday,
25 Nov 2016
12:42 AM
A COMPLICATED CASE OF UPPER EXTREMITY NEURALGIA
By Dr. Jeff Cullers, DC, CMMP, LMT   Recently a 35 year-old male presented to our clinic with symptoms of bilateral neck, right sided mid back pain. His entire hand was numb and tinglin

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Thursday,
10 Nov 2016
11:14 PM
MEDICAL MASSAGE VS POSTSURGICAL COMPLICATIONS
By Ani Papazyan, CMMP, LMT This is a case that you don’t see every day but it was fun working on this patient and she is extremely happy with the results. The patient is female, 48, ve

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Wednesday,
12 Oct 2016
10:35 PM
QUADRATUS LUMBORUM PUZZLE
By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix AZ Two months ago we had an unusual patient in our Phoenix clinic – a male 45 years old who works two jobs as an air conditioner technician presented with

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Wednesday,
29 Jul 2015
2:38 AM
NEUROSCIENCE BEHIND THE NEUROMATRIX THEORY OF PAIN – Medical Rereferences
INTERNET POSTS: Diane Jacobs, PT: There is no such thing as a pain receptor.” True. There are (in the body) only nociceptors. Nociception and pain are two different things. “The

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Wednesday,
29 Jul 2015
2:36 AM
NEUROSCIENCE BEHIND THE NEUROMATRIX THEORY OF PAIN – Medical Rereferences
Boris, This could not be further from factual science that is highly documented. There ARE multiple pain receptors, from somatic, cutaneous, visceral receptors. OF COURSE the brain receives

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Saturday,
25 Jul 2015
2:43 AM
RESPONSE TO NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW WITH PROF. M. TSCHAKOVSKY – REFERENCE
Why 2-3 hours window after eccentric exercise is so important? To answer this question we will also use article published in Journal of Massage Science (Sep/Oct, 2009) by our sports massage

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Saturday,
25 Jul 2015
2:38 AM
RESPONSE TO NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW WITH PROF. M. TSCHAKOVSKY – REFERENCE
  Here is chain of events which contributes to muscle soreness and fatigue after eccentric exercise. Again, we will use publication of Cheung, et al., (2003) as guide because it summari
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