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From the Publisher/Editor: Winter 2004

This winter issue of Massage Therapy CANADA magazine marks the completion of three years in print! We are thrilled with the steady increase of readership and the ongoing sharing of positive feedback. Thank you to all that took the time to write or e-mail us.


September 28, 2009
By Jill Rogers Susan Repa

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From the publisher
This winter issue of Massage Therapy CANADA magazine marks the completion of three years in print! We are thrilled with the steady increase of readership and the ongoing sharing of positive feedback. Thank you to all that took the time to write or e-mail us.

Please take a moment to read the “Open Forum” column in this issue. We are, for the first time, introducing an upcoming issue, and asking for your involvement. This is your opportunity to be individually included in the production of an issue that is extremely important to us as Canadian therapists.

I would like to take this time to restate the goal of Massage Therapy CANADA. Our goal is to produce a publication that is truly Canadian. To provide a resource that is of exceptional quality. To provide a voice, to provide support and to give representation of the events that effect our profession. Your involvement and ongoing feedback help us to meet our goals within your national magazine.

– Jill Rogers, RMT

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From the editor
In this issue we take a special look at three Olympic experiences.  Thank you, Frank, Tracy and Remo for sharing your stories with us.  We are also pleased to provide you with our regular columns and departments along with a feature article on working with burn patients.

We send out our apologies to MTAA, BCMTA, and CCMTS whose submissions were inadvertently omitted from the Fall 2004 Issue. We apologize for this error. Thank you for your patience as we experience growing pains as a company. The submissions from these groups can be found in the News Section of this issue.

We continue to strive for ongoing improvement and quality. We appreciate your ongoing support.

– Susan Repa CYW, RMT


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