We provided massage therapists with tools & resources to simplify the complex - taking a intensive processes and break it down in to manageable chunks. Here we break down a list of 10 open access articles for massage therapists.Read More
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One of the most persistent symptom after a mild traumatic brain injury is post-traumatic headaches. It is proposed that a portion of post traumatic headaches are cervicogenic in nature, due in part to the concomitant whiplash injury suffered at the same time of the concussive force. Any “Acceleration/deceleration of the head–neck complex of sufficient magnitude to cause mTBI is also likely to cause concurrent injury to the joints and soft tissues of the cervical spine. These types of injuries have been shown to cause headaches, dizziness, loss of balance, nausea and many other signs and symptoms considered synonymous with concussion.” (Marshall et al. 2015)Read More