Wanting to move past my fear of public speaking, I booked five speaking engagements for 2017.
The first talk of the year was recorded at Western University and will be used as part of a continuing education program for Canadian Pedorthists. The central theme of all of my talks will be to provide an overview of how massage therapy can be utilized as a frontline intervention for aches and pain.
Another presentation that I just wrapped up was at the 2017 RMTAO Education Conference: Excellence in Practice. This presentations covered current research as it relates to triggerpoints, pain science, massage therapy and acupuncture.
I had a number of people who asked for a copy of the powerpoint document, so please click on the link below if you would like a copy.
Evidence Based Assessment and Treatment of Sports Injuries (Powerpoint)
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Massage Therapy: Injury Specific Treatments
As the body of knowledge to support the use of massage therapy continues to grow, understanding the basic science behind what we do and the guiding principles of adaptability enable us to apply this work to a number of conditions including, but not limited to:
• Sports Related Aches and Pain
• Shoulder Injuries
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Post-Operative Patients
• Compartment Syndrome
• Dupuytren's Disease
• Low Back Pain
• Neck Pain
• Post-Concussion Syndrome
• Temporal Mandibular Disorder (TMD)
• Scar Management