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January 20, 2015
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College warns against financial scam targeting therapists

The College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia has issued an advisory statement cautioning massage therapists against a “payment-and-refund” scam making the rounds in the province and across Canada. >> Read full article

RMTs from Eastern Canada weigh in on regulation

Regulating the massage therapy industry is spreading east across Canada. From Newfoundland and Labrador, to New Brunswick, which enacted regulation legislation last year, to the “nearly-have” Prince Edward Island, to the “not-quite-yet-on-deck” Quebec, the national drive to bring massage therapy into the fold of other health professions may be just a matter of time. >> Read full article

Wash away paper woes with electronic SOAP notes

Today’s RMTs are operating in an ever-changing and increasingly complex business environment. Delivering exceptional patient care has always been a top priority for health professionals. However, regulations and laws regarding health-care delivery have resulted in practitioners needing to spend more time completing paperwork in a timely manner. >> Read full article

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Even with regular exercise, excessive sitting linked to disease, premature death

Sitting for a major part of the day may be deadly in the long run – even with a regimen of daily exercise, researchers say. In an analysis that pooled data from 41 international studies, Toronto researchers found the amount of time a person sits during the day is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer and death, regardless of regular exercise. >> Learn More…

 
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March 8, 2015
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2015 Musculoskeletal Conference

May 29, 2015
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April 28, 2015
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