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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS ISCHIOFEMORAL IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

 By Dr. Ross Turchaninov             We hope our readers have noticed that the News from the Clinics section of JMS has the goal of informing therapists about varieties of pain syndromes they may en
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS CHRONIC PAIN ONE YEAR POST ANKLE REPLACEMENT SURGERY

            This excellent clinical case was submitted to the News from the Clinic section of JMS by one of our former students, Carole Suzanne Jackson, and it illustrates a very important aspect of
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MEDICAL MASSAGE vs YEARS OF SUFFERING AFTER THYROID CANCER SURGERY

by Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ             High clinical effectiveness of Medical Massage, when it is correctly practiced, brings to the clinic a large number of very complex cases since many d
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MEDICAL MASSAGE vs SOFT TISSUE PATHOLOGIES AND CLIENT’S BRAIN

Michael Durrett LMT, CMMP, Spring, TX                Several months ago a 60 year-old woman came to my office complaining of upper and lower back pain. She has multiple factors that contribute
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS THE OPIOID ADDICTED PATIENT 

            It would not be trivial to say that the opioid epidemic is taking over the country. According to new data published by Prof. A. B. Krueger from Princeton University, it is one of the factors i
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IS IT ROTATOR CUFF PAIN OR NOT?

Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ               A month ago, a patient we helped with different somatic syndromes over the course of the past 10 years asked us for a second opinion before decidi
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS BENIGN PAROXYSMAL POSITIONING VERTIGO

By Daniel Lopes, CMMP, LMT, Colorado Springs             In the second week of January, I received a phone call from a very concerned father in regards to the health of his 18 year-old daughter. He s
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TWENTY YEARS AFTER

By Boris Prilutsky, MA, LMT, Los Angeles, CA               Recently I and my patient celebrated a 20-year anniversary of our victory over his debilitating condition. Rather than introducing this clin
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ACTIVE REFLEX ZONES IN THE SOFT TISSUES AND LOW BLOOD OXYGENATION

By Curt Lezanic, CMMP, LMT San Antonio, Texas               Several weeks ago, I received a text from a patient.  Her question to me was “Can the diaphragm have a trigger point you can treat?
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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 trauma. Sometimes hema