Journal of Massage Science 2009 #2

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Good Apples/Bad Apples Mar 2009

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
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CASE OF THE HEALING OF A SHOULDER

Medical massage protocols are priceless tools to the practitioner when dealing with various somatic abnormalities. These protocols produce quick and stable clinical results when executed correctly. However, an
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Science of Trigger Point Therapy Part I

by Ross Turchaninov, MD and Boris Prilutsky, MA, LMT Trigger point therapy (TPT) is perhaps the most controversial topic in modern-day massage literature. At the same time it is one of the cornerstones of medi
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How to Build your Massage Practice through Working with Physicians: Successful Marketing using Massage Science

by Ross Turchaninov, MD and Clete Preuss In every issue of our journal, we will equip you with important tools to build and enliven your practice. For the massage practitioner especially in the current harsh ec
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Face Up or Face Down?

FACE UP OR FACE DOWN? by O. Bouimer, LMT and John Antonopoulos, LMT The stress-reduction potential of massage therapy is one of the greatest tools of preventive medicine. Despite its obvious simplicity, the exe
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Person of the Month Mar/Apr 2009

I met Dr. Glenn M. Hymel in 2000 during an AMTA convention. Since our first conversation, he has expressed great interest in the scientific aspects of massage therapy. Dr. Hymel’s initial interest later t
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Letter from the Editor Mar/Apr 09

Dear friends and colleagues! We welcome you to the second issue of the Journal of Massage Science. We greatly appreciated your comments regarding, and interest in our first issue. We were thrilled with your re