2018 Issue #2

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Letter from the Editor Issue #2, 2018

Dear Friends and Colleagues,              Welcome to JMS Issue #2 of 2018. We appreciate the support of our readers from all around the world. Here is the content of the current issue we hope you wi
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New CMMPS Issue #2, 2018

SOMI is proud to announce our latest Certified Medical Massage Practitioner (CMMP) from, Hermitage, TN Rita McRay.    Rita McRay CMMP, LMT Through having a family with three beautiful children, working and go
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Table of Contents Issue #2 2018

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR PERSON OF THE MONTH INTRODUCING NEW CMMPs NEWS FROM OUR CLINICS MEDICAL MASSAGE VS THE OPIOID ADDICTED PATIENT  MEDICAL MASSAGE vs SOFT TISSUE PATHOLOGIES AND CLIENT’S BRAIN SCIENCE O
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Person of the Month Issue #2 2018

Our Person of the Month for this issue of JMS is Mary Biancalana, MS. Edu., CMTPT, LMT. Mary is an exceptionally skilled therapist and very dedicated educator. In her clinic she successfully works with patients
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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 our readers. This article
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS CHRONIC BILATERAL LOWER BACK TENSION

CASE OF THE MONTH   Sarah Waldhorn, LMT is SOMI’s student and she is currently progressing through our Medical Massage Certification program. From the first class she took with SOMI it was obvious that Sar
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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 please click here: 
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Good Apples, Bad Apples Issue #2 2018

         The purpose of this section of the Journal of Massage Science to inform the practitioners about valuable articles that frequently go unnoticed, as well as to point to those authors and publication