2019 Issue #3

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Letter from the Editor Issue #3, 2019

Dear Friends and Colleagues,                Welcome to JMS Issue #3 of 2019. We appreciate the support of our readers from all around the world. Here is the content of the current issue we hope
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Table of Contents Issue #3 2019

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR PERSON OF THE MONTH BORIS PRILUTSKY’S BLOG NEWS FROM OUR CLINICS MEDICAL MASSAGE VS ‘FROZEN SHOULDER’? SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE BIOTENSEGRITY – ANATOMY FOR THE 21ST CEN
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Good Apples, Bad Apples Issue #3 2019

MASSAGE&BODYWORK MAGAZINE Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth. Massage&Bodywork Magazine. May/June 2019 By Ruth Werner It is a good to know educational piece. Anterior Elbow and Forearm. Massage&B
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S-SPINE VS J-SPINE: IS THERE ANY MERIT IN THIS DISCUSSION? PART II

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov In Part I of this article we outlined the topic of S-spine and J-spine and degree of curvatures associated with them: https://www.scienceofmassage.com/2019/06/personal-opinion-s-spine-vs
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Person of the Month Issue #3 2019

Our Person of the Month for this issue of JMS is David Lesondak, BCSI, ATSI, FST, FFT. David is an exceptional therapist, author, educator and international speaker. His field of expertise is fascia, its role i
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BIOTENSEGRITY – ANATOMY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

JMS and our readers were very fortunate when Dr. J. Sharkey contributed his first article on Biotensegrity in 2015 (https://www.scienceofmassage.com/2015/11/concept-of-biotensegrity/ ). We consider his and his
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BORIS PRILUTSKY’S BLOG

We continue to publish Boris Prilutsky, LMT, Blog. In this issue Boris discusses the important topic of pain medications and their impact on patients’ lives and therapists’ work. Dr. Ross Turchaninov, Edito
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS PARKINSON’S DISEASE

 This Case of the Month is contributed to JMS by Steve Smith, LMT, CMMP from Loveland, CO who recently graduated from SOMI’s Medical Massage Certification program. Generally speaking, we suggest to our stude