Medical Massage

2018 Issue #3
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A CAUTIONARY TALE ABOUT OVERUSING THE ELBOW AND FOREARM IN MASSAGE THERAPY

by Stephen Ryason, CMMP, LMT               The usage of forearm and elbow as tools during a massage session is a legitimate therapy option. The reasoning is very simple. If we can use forearm an
2018 Issue #3
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CHRONIC PAIN AND BRAIN SELF DEFENSE MECHANISMS: PART I

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov             This article is a follow up to the articles about Placebo Effect published in issues #1 (https://www.scienceofmassage.com/2018/05/the-placebo-effect-and-its-role-i
2018 Issue #2
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ENERGY WORK IN MASSAGE THERAPY: EXPLORING THE EASTERN PERSPECTIVE

            Until now JMS hasn’t addressed the Eastern views on healing and somatic rehabilitation. We were not arrogant, but we simply didn’t get submissions worth publishing and sharing with ou
2018 Issue #2
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THE PLACEBO EFFECT AND ITS ROLE IN MASSAGE THERAPY. PART II

by Boris Prilutsky, LMT, MA, Ross Turchaninov, MD              In Part I of this article we briefly discussed what Placebo and Nocebo Effects are and the mechanisms of their activation. To read Part I pl
2018 Issue #1
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THE PLACEBO EFFECT AND ITS ROLE IN MASSAGE THERAPY. PART I

                                                     By Boris Prilutsky, LMT, MA    THE STORY OF MR.
2018 Issue #1
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LET’S TALK ABOUT NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTIONS. PART II: EVALUATION

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov               In the previous issue of JMS we published Part I of this article where we discussed anatomy and physiology of Neuromuscular Junctions (NMJs) and their role
2017 Issue #4
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LET’S TALK ABOUT NEUROMUSCULAR JUNCTIONS. PART I

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov             We would like to start an important conversation about the rarely mentioned subject of Neuromuscular Junctions (NMJ), their critical role in the work of healthy mu
2017 Issue #3
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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 principles of therapy f
2017 Issue #3
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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 result of an e-mail se
2017 Issue #2
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How Massage Heals the Body, Part V

HOW MASSAGE HEALS THE BODY. PART V STIMULATION OF CELLULAR FUNCTIONS BY MASSAGE THERAPY   By Dr. Ross Turchaninov   We continue to publish articles which review various mechanisms responsible for the