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Provinces take on PTSD issue for first responders
There is a growing effort across Canada to tackle post-traumatic stress disorder in first responders. British Columbia and Alberta already have laws to make it easier for responders with PTSD to get workers compensation and treatment.
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Massage therapy improves cleft lip reconstruction scars: study
A new research has shown massage therapy helps with impairments associated with scars formed by bilateral cleft lip reconstruction. Results of this research by Ottawa-based RMT Emilie McKay was published in the June 2014 edition of the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
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Creating knowledge-sharing opportunities for RMTs
Learning about how other therapists practice in their clinical settings is without a doubt one of the most potent ways of motivating therapists to explore new approaches to treatment and to seek out new information. Having a venue for such information exchange would greatly benefit the profession.
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Indiana University researcher focuses work on massage therapy integration into health care
Research by a faculty member at the Indiana University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences is expected to support a movement to legitimize and integrate therapeutic massage and bodywork into the usual care for individuals.
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