Articles Of The Week December 3, 2017
After the big news about Massage Envy and sexual assault cases, Irene Diamond wrote a post to start some discussion on how to deal with this. She opens the discussion around a “Professional Personal Boundary Agreement,” and whether it should be used.
Sexual Assault & Massage Therapists: What To Do To Protect Yourself – Irene Diamond
We posted something about being prepared with business cards this week and we, in turn, got some great advice about mobile marketing from Allissa Haines.
Online Marketing as an In-Person Networking Tool for Massage Therapists – Allissa Haines
Recognizing and awareness around concussions has come a long way in the last few years. However, there is lots we still don’t know and we need to continue to improve on treatment.
Everything We Know About Concussions Is Wrong – Quartz Media
Just like so many other things in our profession, there are many things that have myths around them. Pregnancy and many things about pregnancy have lots of myths surrounding it. This is a great article to help dispel some of them.
What To Expect When You’re Expecting – American Physical Therapy Association
A great anatomy review of peripheral nerve roots, along with an explanation of what they do, with this post from Diane Jacobs.
Anatomy Of A Peripheral Nerve Root – Diane Jacobs
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