Medical Massage

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HOW MASSAGE THERAPY HEALS THE BODY. PART III: Vasodilation Mechanisms

by Ross Turchaninov, MD We continue to review how massage therapy heals the human body via various healing mechanisms we summarized in Diagram 1. We started this discussion in Jan/Feb (Part I) and Mar/Apr (
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ABDOMINAL/VISCERAL MASSAGE IN CASES OF SEVERE BACK PAIN

In every issue of our journal you will find Case of the Month which we will select among submitted ones. Everyone who is using MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOLs in their practice may submit their cases for the review a
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CRANIOFACIAL PAIN SYNDROMES AND INTRA-ORAL TRIGGER POINTS

In the July-August, September-October, and November-December 2010 issues of JMS we published a three part article on TMJ dysfunction and in Issue #1of 2011 we published a follow up on the same subject. W
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MASSAGE THERAPY FOR CANCER PATIENTS

We are happy to share with our readers an important review of medical literature which analyzes scientific data on the impact of massage therapy on the level of pain, depression and anxiety in cancer patients.
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MEDICAL MASSAGE vs ‘MYSTERIOUS’ FEET AND LEGS PAIN

In every issue of our journal you will find Case of the Month which we will select among submitted ones. Everyone who is using MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOLs in their practice may submit their cases for the review a
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TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DYSFUNCTION. FOLLOW-UP

by Ross Turchaninov, MD, Ali A Bipar, DDS, MS Originally we planned to finish the discussion about TMJ dysfunction in the November-December issue of Journal of Massage Science. The article on a completely dif
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MEDICAL MASSAGE vs POTENTIAL SURGERY

In every issue of our journal you will find Case of the Month which we will select among submitted ones. Everyone who is using MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOLs in their practice may submit their cases for the review a
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TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DYSFUNCTION. PART III

by Ross Turchaninov, MD, Ali A Bipar, DDS, MS This is the final part of the article on TMJ dysfunction, and it is dedicated to the MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOL. We would like to start Part III by addressing the mod
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TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DYSFUNCTION. PART II

by Dr. A. A. BIPAR, D.D.S., M.S. Dr. J. Travell and Dr. S.H. Rinzler (1952) were among first scientists who pointed on tension and spasm in the masticatory muscles as a major contributing factor to TMJ dysfunct
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MEDICAL MASSAGE vs IMPOTENCE

In every issue of our journal you will find Case of the Month which we will select among submitted ones. Everyone who is using MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOLs in their practice may submit their cases for the review a