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
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 beautifully:
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 publications who exhibit
In every issue of our journal you will find Case of the Month which we will select among submitted ones. Everyone who is using MEDICAL MASSAGE PROTOCOLs in their practice may submit their cases for the review a
by Dr. A. A. BIPAR, D.D.S., M.S. Dr. J. Travell and Dr. S.H. Rinzler (1952) were among first scientists who pointed on tension and spasm in the masticatory muscles as a major contributing factor to TMJ dysfunct
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
The Person of the Month in this issue of JMS is an exceptional person. Despite that Oleg Bouimer is member of our Editorial Board as well as a frequent contributor to the Journal and my personal friend I am s
Dear Friends and Colleagues, Welcome to the September-October issue of Journal of Massage Science. We hope that you will enjoy this issue and start to use information from our Journal to build up your practice.