Compression bandages effective for lymphedema treatment: McMaster study New research from McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ont., showed using simple compression bandages may be used as treatment for lymphedema, in the absence of daily lymphatic massage therapy.
The Soft Tissue Release Handbook is aimed at practicing therapists who wish to address the soft tissues precisely and effectively, whether as an adjunct to existing bodywork techniques or as a treatment modality in itself. The skills presented in this book can be immediately applied in the clinic with existing and new clients.
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Blog: Emotional pain — fact or fiction As massage therapists, it is neither our responsibility nor within our scope to offer psychotherapeutic support to our patients. Yet the intimacy of our treatments often creates an environment for people to feel safe enough to express what’s on their minds. How self-awareness and understanding can lead to a whole new level of healing.
Accessing the possibilities for RMTs This is the story of Marion Lemmon who began her massage therapy practice later in life, when most people are already thinking about retirement. It’s an inspiring story of determination and commitment to the profession.