Articles Of The Week March 1, 2020
I’ve never really given any consideration to the history of cupping but this is a really interesting history on the history of cupping. While it is still an ancient remedy, it did not come from where many blogs and articles have cited it’s history.
“Did Ancient Egyptians Invent Cupping?” – Rachel Scott
Pain is a real part of everyday life for each of us. While some deal with it less than others, we will all experience pain at some point of our lives. So, how do we help our patients who are coming in and dealing with this? By helping them move from being patients, to being people.
“Did You Miss Me?” – Bronnie Thompson
We have long been proponents of involving the reading of research in your practice. This is a great article that will help you determine what’s good research and what’s bad research.
“Six Details To Ask When Reading Massage Therapy Research” – Nick Ng
You know if I see an interview with an athlete praising the use of massage therapy in their recovery, I just have to share it.
“A Conversation With Michael Phelps” – AMTA
This one stirred up some controversy this week, but I still like it. As Massage Therapists, we are involved in healthcare and the way we speak, conduct ourselves, and treat our patients should all be reflective of an evidence based practice.
“Massage Therapy Is Healthcare, So Start Acting Like It” – Lauren Cates
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