Evidence-Based Practice For Massage Therapists: Part 2

Evidence-Based Practice For Massage Therapists: Part 2

Massage Therapy has exploded into mainstream healthcare, it is now a recognized treatment option for a wide range of injuries. This means the profession is moving into new formal settings. As part of this shift, it is important that therapists learn to think critically and evaluate research.

In an effort to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice, I have compiled a number of resources setting groundwork for evidence-based practice.

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Evidence-Based Practice For Massage Therapists: Part 1

Evidence-Based Practice For Massage Therapists: Part 1

Massage Therapy has exploded into mainstream healthcare, it is now a recognized treatment option for a wide range of injuries. This means the profession is moving into new formal settings, these changes to the profession have led to a need to adapt to an evidence based model of care. 

In an effort to provide therapists with the tools to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice. I have complied a number of resources that set the groundwork for evidence based practice. 

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Research Literacy For Massage Therapists

Research Literacy For Massage Therapists

Massage Therapy has exploded into mainstream healthcare, it is now a recognized treatment option for a wide range of injuries. This means the profession is moving into new formal settings, these changes to the profession have led to a need to adapt to an evidence based model of care. 

In an effort to provide therapists with the tools to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice. I have complied resources to set the groundwork for evidence based practice. 

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Enhancing Clinical Education Through Online Collaborative Learning

Enhancing Clinical Education Through Online Collaborative Learning

Massage Therapy has exploded into mainstream healthcare, it is now a recognized treatment option for a wide range of injuries. This means the profession is moving into new formal settings, these changes to the profession have led to a need to adapt to an evidence based model of care. 

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Responses to Massage Therapy are Multifactorial

Responses to Massage Therapy are Multifactorial

Massage therapy is a clinically-oriented multi-modal approach based on a biopsychosocial model and on the three pillars of evidence based practice. Physicians, now more than ever, are recommending conservative evidence based treatment including massage, acupuncture and exercise as part of a multi-modal approach for patients suffering from low back pain, headaches, anxiety and stress.

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