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CHECK YOUR CLINICAL REASONING #6

The original question was: A patient came into our clinic with acute right-lower-back pain that amplifies during rotation, deep breathing, and sneezing. The lower back pain started after an excessive workout in
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CLINICAL REASONING #5

The patient/client evaluation consists of three equally important steps that contribute valuable data to the correct assessment of the tissues and designing an optimal treatment strategy. Therefore, an essentia
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS MIGRAINE TYPE CLUSTER HEADACHE

MEDICAL MASSAGE VS MIGRAINE TYPE CLUSTER HEADACHE   by Dr. Ross Turchaninov             My thanks to everyone for posting your comments. Let’s first address some concerns th
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ANSWER TO ‘CHECK YOUR CLINICAL REASONING: PART #3’

            Thank you to everyone who shared your expertise in response to our original post. Just as a reminder, the question was what two local conditions can explain the skin re
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MULTI-DISCIPLINARY REHABILITATION vs CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix           We thank everyone who commented on the original post. Those of you who mentioned Cauda Equina Syndrome were absolutely correct and we apprecia
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS

          Thank you everybody for the comments left in our FB post. It is great to see active engagement of the therapists who practice clinical aspects of MT. Many causes to the c
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IS MEDICAL MASSAGE ESSENTIAL?

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ             In this clinical case we are going to illustrate one important notion: Medical Massage practice is an essential part of the MT profession and medicine in g
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS CHRONIC EMPHYSEMA 

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov  Phoenix, AZ            In the previous issue of JMS, in the ‘News From The Clinic’ section we published the clinical case “Medical Massage vs Pn
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS COMPLICATED CASE OF POST-CONCUSSION SYNDROME

By Dr. Jeff Cullers, DC, CMMP, Daytona Beach, FL         Recently I had the opportunity to witness firsthand the shortcomings of allopathic medicine in rehabilitation of patient with Post-Concussion Syndrom
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS PNEUMONIA’S RESIDUALS

We have several our former students who after building up successful Medical Massage practice, based on effective solving of somatic abnormalities, started to branch out into Medical Massage protocols for the v