2019 Issue #4

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New CMMPS Issue #4, 2019

Every therapist who graduates from the Science Of Massage Institute’s Medical Massage Program is a proud ambassador of Medical Massage to the medical community. Our graduates are able to make profound impact
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Letter from the Editor Issue #4, 2019

Dear Friends and Colleagues,                  Welcome to JMS Issue #4 of 2019. We appreciate the support of our readers from all around the world. Here is the content of the curren
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Case of the Month Contest 2019

Every year, we ask our readers to vote for the best Case of the Month International Contest from JMS. You choose the best clinical case contribution and the Winner get a SOMI Diploma, a $500 check and the chan
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Good Apples, Bad Apples Issue #4 2019

MASSAGE THERAPY JOURNAL A promising Approach to Pain Relief. MTJ, Fall, 2019, 30-35 By Michelle Vallet           A very good reference source on pain management, the opioid crisis and the role of MT in our
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Person of the Month Issue #4 2019

        Our Person of the Month for this issue of JMS is Dr. Bruno Chikly, MD, DO, LMT. Majority of our readers are familiar with the basic principles of Lymph Drainage Techniques, or maybe
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MEDICAL MASSAGE VS 30 YEARS OF PAIN AND MISERY

          Nancy McNamara, CMMP, LMT is one of newest graduates form our Medical Massage Certification Program. For more than 2 years we’ve worked with Nancy and we gradually built her professional expert
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THE DANGER OF INTRA-ABDOMINAL WORK ON THE ILIOPSOAS MUSCLE

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov           In an Issue #4, 2015 of JMS we published a review of an article written by Til Luchau. In this article the author suggested working on the iliopsoas muscle using a deep ap
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The Effects Of Dorsi Flexion Stretches On Perceived Pain Levels In Plantar Fasciitis Sufferers: A Self-Selected YouTube Survey

        The article which you are about to read is the result of a study conducted by E. Durak, MSc and it was interesting to us from two aspects. First it discusses the alternative self-care version of Pla
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NEW SCIENTIFIC DATA TO REVISIT ACTIVE TRIGGER POINTS CONCEPT. Part I

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov, MD           Despite a mountain of studies, publications and countless CEU classes, hypertonic muscle abnormalities, especially active Trigger Points (TP), cont
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Table of Contents Issue #4 2019

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR PERSON OF THE MONTH WE NEED YOUR HELP INTRODUCING NEW CMMPS NEWS FROM OUR CLINICS MEDICAL MASSAGE VS PNEUMONIA’S RESIDUALS SCIENCE OF MEDICAL MASSAGE NEW SCIENTIFIC DATA TO REVISIT ACTI