Massage Therapy for Seniors

Massage Therapy for Seniors

Massage therapy has a growing body of evidence supporting its effectiveness in reducing pain and improving health-related quality of life in a variety of health conditions. This post includes an infographic from the Registered Massage Therapists' Association of Ontario (RMTAO), with accompanying links to research.

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Massage Therapy Letter of Introduction

Massage Therapy Letter of Introduction

Please contact me if you would like to discuss any of this information in depth, or if you are looking for a professional, dedicated Registered Massage Therapist committed to providing high quality health care.

Richard Lebert, RMT (Registered Massage Therapist)
Petrolia Chiropractic
519-882-0066
Richard.Lebert@Gmail.com
www.RMTedu.com

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Massage therapy for the postoperative population: shoulder, knee, and hip.

Massage therapy for the postoperative population: shoulder, knee, and hip.

The body of knowledge to support the use of massage therapy continues to grow, and understanding the basic science behind what we do and the guiding principles of adaptability enable us to apply this work to a number of pathologies.

Massage therapists are uniquely suited to incorporate a number management strategies to help decrease postoperative pain and increase function. In addition to specific hands on soft tissue massage, treatments includes recommendations for activity modification, info on natural history, remedial exercise and self-care. 

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