Medical Massage

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THE CLINICAL VALUE OF ABDOMINAL MASSAGE

    By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, MD             Medical Massage (MM) as a clinical modality can be successfully used to treat chronic visceral disorders. In these cases, the
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MEDICAL MASSAGE IN CASES OF DYSPHAGIA

          This clinical case is an excellent illustration of the clinical potential of Medical Massage and how far it may take therapists who decided to learn and practice this unique m
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VARUS VS VALGUS JOINT ARRANGEMENTS

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, MD             Very frequently, an initial visual observation gives vital clinical clues, which should be confirmed later during the patient’s evaluation
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GOOD VIBRATIONS. PART II: CLINICAL APPLICATION OF VIBRATION

By O. Bouimer, LMT, CMMP, (Los Angeles, USA) Dr. E. Gubsky (Republic of Belarus) In Part I of this article (Science of Massage Institute » GOOD VIBRATIONS. PART I. Clinical Effects Of Vibration MassageScience
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SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY. PART III: Reflex Zones in Visceral Disorders

by Dr. Ross Turchaninov           This article finalizes our ongoing discussion on the formation of reflex zones in soft tissues referenced in the previous two issues of JMS (Science of
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GOOD VIBRATIONS. PART I. Clinical Effects Of Vibration Massage

By Dr. E. Gubsky (Republic of Belarus) Oleg Bouimer, LMT, CMMP (Los Angeles, USA)             From the outset, we would like to state that vibration is not just a ‘feel good’ a
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SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY. Part II: Reflex Zones In Somatic Disorders

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov             In Part I of this article, (Science of Massage Institute » SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY. Part I: Introduction to the Refle
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SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE THERAPY. Part I: Introduction to the Reflex Zones Concept

  By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, MD     Let us start this important conversation with a very frequent clinical situation every therapist encounters practically daily. The patient comes to the clinic and complains
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NEW SCIENTIFIC DATA TO REVISIT ACTIVE TRIGGER POINTS CONCEPT. Part II: Circulatory Changes In The Active Trigger Point

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Phoenix, AZ           We started discussion about new scientific data regarding active Trigger Points (TP) in the previous issue of JMS: https://www.scienceofmassage.com/2019/12/ne
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The Effects Of Dorsi Flexion Stretches On Perceived Pain Levels In Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers: A Self-Selected YouTube Survey

        The article which you are about to read is the result of a study conducted by E. Durak, MSc and it was interesting to us from two aspects. First it discusses the alternative self-care version of Pla