Complementary Care for Breast Cancer Patients

Complementary Care for Breast Cancer Patients

It is estimated that 40% of cancer survivors use integrative approaches to manage symptoms and improve their well-being after conventional cancer treatments, this includes: massage, acupuncture, and yoga (Sohl et al. 2015). 

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Massage Therapy and Ankle Sprains

Massage Therapy and Ankle Sprains

Following an initial ankle injury there is a risk of re-injury dependent on a combination of factors including, but not limited to: sensorimotor deficits and changes in ankle biomechanics. Soft tissue mobilization may help in the rehabilitation process.

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American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine

I am delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with Jacqueline Tibbett and Jolie Haun on a presentation about the current state of evidence as it relates to massage therapy. In preparation for this upcoming talk at the 95th annual American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine (ACRM), I have posted some of the references and summary statements.

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