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More from Massage Therapy Canada | Education | Research | Events April 22, 2014
New study confirms massage improves blood flow, treats muscle soreness
Massage therapy improves general blood flow and alleviates muscle soreness after exercise, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The study also showed massage improved vascular function in people who had not exercised.
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Regional focus: State of massage therapy in Western Canada
What is the value of regulation? It’s a question that sparks heated debate when massage therapists address this key issue. With massage therapy currently regulated in only a few jurisdictions in Canada (Ontario, Newfoundland, British Columbia and, most recently, New Brunswick), viewpoints across the country diverge about what forms of regulations should be implemented, and that’s especially so among massage therapists in Western Canada.
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MTABC issues guidelines on social media use for RMTs
The Massage Therapists’ Association of British Columbia (MTABC) has cautioned its members about the use, and misuse, of social media by massage therapy professionals. In a statement posted on its website, MTABC communications chair Michael Reoch urged massage therapy professionals to engage in social media responsibly.
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Canadians spend more than they receive in private insurance: study
Spending by Canadians on private health insurance has more than doubled over the past 20 years, but insurers paid out a rapidly decreasing proportion as benefits, according to a study published last month in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
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