Nutrition is a fascinating and important subject. After sleep, diet is likely the most important factor affecting our health. According to the most rigorous analysis of risk factors ever published—the Global Burden of Disease Study—the number one cause of death in the United States, and the number one cause of disability, is our diet.(1) […]
About Brian Fulton
Brian Fulton is Registered Massage Therapist practicing in Ontario, Canada. He graduated from Alexandrian Institute’s Massage Therapy program with Honours in 1999 and then went on to gain post-graduate education in Ergonomic Evaluation, Myofascial Release, British Sports Therapy Soft Tissue Release. From 2000 until its closing in 2010, he was the staff health columnist at the Dalhousie Peer Magazine. Recently Brian completed a seven-year project examining the placebo effect’s role in the manual therapy profession. His book, ‘The Placebo Effect in Manual Therapy- Improving Clinical Outcomes in Your Practice’, published by Handspring Publishing examines the role of psychosocial effects in the clinical environment.
Since graduation, Brian has pursued, written about, and been asked to speak on each of his three separate passions- Ergonomics, The Placebo Effect, and Nutrition. In the last calendar year Brian has had articles published in three different massage therapy publications- Canadian RMT, Massage Magazine and Massage Therapy Today.