Journal of Massage Science 2015 #2

Journal of Massage Science 2015 #2
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The Science of Visual Evaluation

By Dr. Ross Turchaninov In issue #1, 2012 of JMS we published “The Science Of Clinical Interview.” This article was met with great enthusiasm by the massage community and many therapists successfully use th
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Good Apples Bad Apples Issue #2 2015

MASSAGE TODAY Hooked on Shoulder Pain. Massage Today, January, 2015, Vol. 15, Issue 01  By Whitney Lowe, LMT    The article discusses the very important issue of anatomical arrangement of the shoulder jo
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MLD FOR ASCITES SYMPTOM MANAGEMENT. PART II

John F. Mramor, MA, LMT, CLT, NCTMB, CR, RM Medical Advisors: Michael Harrington, MD, Director, Palliative Care Consult Service, MetroHealth Medical Center and Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve Universi
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Person of the Month Issue #2 2015

This is the first time in JMS when we’ve interviewed the same person for the ‘Person of the Month’ section of the Journal. Karen Mooney was the winner of our ‘Case of the Month’ competition in 2011. A
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Case of the Month Issue #2 2015

Which came first – the chicken or the egg? This is the never ending story of the relationship between Medical Massage and Physical Therapy. Put another way, what is the current protocol for treatment of patie
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Issue #2, 2015: Contents

Letter from the Editor Person of the Month Congratulations to New CMMPs! News From The Clinic Tetraplegia Back Pain Essential Tremor Science of Medical Massage The Science of Visual Evaluation by Dr. Ross Turch
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News from the Clinic: Back Pain

by Curt Lezanic Yesterday, I had a new patient who got my name from one of my regular patients. She came into the clinic complaining about low back pain and loaded for bear, complete with recent X-rays and an