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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS. ERB’S PALSY

By Dr. Ross Turchninov When a Medical Massage clinic starts to deliver stable clinical results from patient to patient, it attracts more and more difficult cases. Patients start to see the clinic as a place to
Issue #2 2016
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New CMMPs 2016

MEDICAL MASSAGE SEMINAR SPRING SWING A HUGE SUCCESS By Mary Preuss Whether you want to add science based Medical Massage to your practice for additional income or you want to completely integrate Medical Massag
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THE HORRORS OF IMPROPER MASSAGE THERAPY

by Dr. Ross Turchaninov In our clinic we daily witness cases of improperly treated somatic pathologies by different health practitioners. At this point we’ve accumulated enough material for a large book
Issue #1 2016
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SOMI News

1. Our readers chose Dr. Jeff Cullers’ submission as the best Case of the Month for 2015. 85% voted for his contribution: Medical Massage vs The “Silent Killer”. Our congratulations to Dr. Cul
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Congratulations to New CMMPs!

MEET OUR NEW CMMPs We are happy to introduce two new Certified Medical Massage Practitioners (CMMP) who recently graduated from our Certification Program: Oleg Bouimer, LMT and Cory Fairchild, LMT. They are the
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WHICH IS THE CHICKEN AND WHICH IS THE EGG?

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov   Recently we had an interesting patient. A woman in her early 60s complained about pain in her right shoulder, especially during active abduction. She was treated by a DC, a PT and
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MEDICAL MASSAGE IN UROLOGY

Recently we received several e-mails from Curt Lezanic, LMT, CMMP, who successfully practices Medical Massage in his clinic in San Antonio, Texas. Curt is among a few Science Of Massage Institute’s alumni who
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Fall 2015 CMMPS

  Congratulations to New CMMPs Dr. Jeffrey M. Cullers, DC, LMT, CMMP           Dr. Jeff Cullers is a unique practitioner since his deep understanding of somatic rehabilitation is
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Incorrectly Treated Frozen Shoulder

Last week we had a patient with left shoulder pain and ROM restriction. Two months ago the patient started to feel pain in the shoulder, which eventually caused severe restriction of motion. He wasn’t abl
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PARS DEFECT 

69 year old male Very active.  Likes to hike, bicycle, work out, play golf, etc. His symptoms were pain and irritation from the low back to the feet with the feet being the most problematic area.  The patient