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From the Editor: Winter 2003

This issue marks the end of our second year in print. Over this period, Massage Therapy Canada magazine has explored several areas of interest. We opened with an Olympic edition and followed up with issues on research, geriatric and pediatric, invisible pain, pregnancy and infancy, education and this, our sports massage issue.


September 22, 2009
By Susan Repa

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<*>This issue marks the end of our second year in print. Over this period, Massage Therapy Canada magazine has explored several areas of interest. We opened with an Olympic edition and followed up with issues on research, geriatric and pediatric, invisible pain, pregnancy and infancy, education and this, our sports massage issue.<*/><*/>We hope this collection of various sports-related material, motivates those of you that may want to further educate yourself in this area, is of interest to those already working with athletes, and generally brings appreciation to one of the many ways that massage therapy can be specialized.<*/><*/>A special thank you to all who took the time to call, write or e-mail us with thoughts and words of support. We look forward to your continued feedback and requests as we head into 2004.<*/><*/>From all of us at Massage Therapy Canada, we wish you a healthy and  happy holiday season.<*/><*/><*><*>Susan Repa CYW, RMT


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