Massage Therapy Canada

Features Research
From the publisher: summer 2007

In this issue, Massage Therapy Canada is pleased to offer a Case Study discussion about Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Views on treating TOS are offered with representation from Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy professions. Also included is a look at Therapeutic Yoga as a form of rehabilitation exercise.


September 17, 2009
By Jill Rogers

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In this issue, Massage Therapy Canada is pleased to offer a Case Study discussion about Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Views on treating TOS are offered with representation from Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy professions. Also included is a look at Therapeutic Yoga as a form of rehabilitation exercise. Thank you to all who contributed. Understanding different approaches to treatment of musculoskeletal conditions is a valuable tool. This knowledge can improve the treatment plan MTs will implement, as well as provide educated referrals when alternate or additional treatment may be required.

Also in this issue, we bring you part two of a three-part technical series,  by John Corry, RMT, on treating TMJ Dysfunction.

Our Fourth Annual MT Expo is gearing up! MT Expo is a celebration of those contributing in any way to Massage Therapy Canada magazine. Contributors, advertisers and readers come together to celebrate our national profession. This year brings many new workshop presenters, along with new Post-Expo courses and our regular exhibits and amazing prizes! Also new this year is our grand prize of an all-inclusive, seven-day trip for two to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Details and on-line pre-registration for this amazing event, are available at www.massagetherapycanada.com. Pre-registration is suggested, but it is not mandatory. We will be pleased to welcome you at the door, but there are benefits to pre-registration, such as workshop course choice and additional draw tickets. See you there!

As always, we would like to thank our readers for your ongoing support. We appreciate your feedback and suggestions in our ongoing mission to provide our profession with a valuable resource. Don’t forget to check into receiving CEUs for spending time reading MTC magazine. It is an effective and economical way to contribute to the continuing education portion of your professional portfolio.

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Yours in Health

Jill Rogers


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