Massage therapy for PTSD recovery Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is no longer a condition specific to war veterans or those who have had major trauma in their lives. It is now widely accepted that any person who has suffered any kind of trauma can experience PTSD symptoms – and its effects can be overwhelming. Massage therapy offers a wealth of benefit for those going through post-traumatic stress recovery.
BLOG: Time to snub professional snobbery There appears to be an insidious tension in the massage therapy profession over the legitimacy of spa massage therapy. Enjoying the benefits of spa massage – relaxation, a sense of wellbeing – are seen as self-indulgent rather than a way to increase range-of-motion or reduce pain, through rehabilitative-focused massage. And this tension runs deep.
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VIDEO: Manage cash flow for practice success Dr. Anthony Lombardi outlines the three important aspects of managing cash flow for your practice. Learn each one and how to best apply them to achieve financial success.
CMTBC highlights new technology, social media in annual report The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia has released its annual report summarizing the College’s work in 2013, with particular focus on the college's adoption of new technologies in the past year and the profession's use of social media.