Sport Massage

2017 Issue #1
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SPORTS INJURIES AND MICRO-TRAUMAS OF ATHLETES. PART II

SPORTS INJURIES AND MICRO-TRAUMAS OF ATHLETES. PART II   By Othon Molina, PhD, LMT     In this article we will discuss the general principles of successful somatic rehabilitation of injured athle
Issue #4 2016
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SPORTS INJURIES AND MICRO-TRAUMAS OF ATHLETES

SPORTS INJURIES AND MICRO-TRAUMAS OF ATHLETES   By Othon Molina PhD, LMT   Athletes live and breathe by one thing – optimal performance. What stops them on this quest are injuries. Thus, prevent
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #5
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RESPONSE TO NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW WITH PROF. M. TSCHAKOVSKY – REFERENCE

Why 2-3 hours window after eccentric exercise is so important? To answer this question we will also use article published in Journal of Massage Science (Sep/Oct, 2009) by our sports massage expert O. Bouimer LM
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #5
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RESPONSE TO NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW WITH PROF. M. TSCHAKOVSKY – REFERENCE

  Here is chain of events which contributes to muscle soreness and fatigue after eccentric exercise. Again, we will use publication of Cheung, et al., (2003) as guide because it summarizes everything beaut
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THE SCIENTIFIC ROOTS OF SPORTS MASSAGE

by O. Bouimer, LMT Who is a Sports Massage therapist? There are different answers to what seems like a very simple question. Some therapists use Swedish Massage with deeper pressure and call it Sports Massage.
Journal of Massage Science 2014 #3
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SPORTS MASSAGE FOR WORLD CLASS ATHLETES

FIELD REPORT by Kara Mirarchi, MMT   I have been a Sports Massage Therapist since 2005 and played soccer semi-professionally before that. I have had the honor and privilege to represent our country as part
Journal of Massage Science 2014 #1
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SPORTS MASSAGE FOR FITNESS ENTHUSIASTS

by Oleg Bouimer, LMT, MA The history of modern sports massage starts with Paavo Nurmi or the “Flying Finn” who won 12 Olympic medals in three consequent games (1920, 1924 and 1928). He was the first
Journal of Massage Science 2013 #3
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ASHIATSU BAREFOOT MASSAGE AS A FORM OF SPORTS THERAPY

According to the legend, Thai Massage was founded by Shivago Komarpaj who was Buddha’s physician. Thai massage is definitely one of the more ancient massage therapy practices, and it absorbed Hindu and Ch
Journal of Massage Science 2010 #5
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RESPONSE TO NEW YORK TIMES INTERVIEW WITH PROF. M. TSCHAKOVSKY

by Ross Turchaninov, MD, B. Prilutsky, LMT In the times of Internet it is difficult sometimes to follow all the professional news. We greatly appreciate Sue Hitzmann, LMT from www.massageprofessionals.com who
Journal of Massage Science 2009 #5
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United We Will Stand!

by O. Bouimer, LMT I recently presented a Russian Sports Massage continuing education class during the FSMTA Convention. After receiving so many inspiring and heartfelt testimonials from the practitioners who p