As we continually push for evidence-based practice in our profession there is often discussion around the techniques we use when treating people and whether they are evidence-based techniques. However, it’s important to remember that what we do, is important and we have value.
“Your Work, Your Massage Therapy Techniques, YOU Still Matter” – Chrystal Ladoucer
While this article is directed towards the chiropractic profession, it could be applied to any one of the manual therapy professions. Should we do away with all our different titles and become one big group of manual therapists?
“What’s The Problem Within The Chiropractic Profession?” – Richard McIlmoyle
When I started as a therapist, all I wanted to do was work with athletes and team sports. I’ve been pretty fortunate along the way but when I took “sport massage” classes in school, it didn’t really seem all that different from any other technique. So what is the difference?
“Sports Massage. It’s Not Hot Sauce” – Taylor Laviolette
Richard does a great job of putting together educational lists we can refer to. Here are some great instagram accounts you can follow to help educate yourself a little.
“Educational Instagram Accounts For Massage Therapists” – Richard Lebert
Over the years I’ve treated a few people who have scoliosis, some were athletes, some were office workers. This is a great review of not only what scoliosis is but also what kind of treatment helps.
“What Is Scoliosis? Review Of Evidence And Treatments” – Frances Tregurtha
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