Cupping Set
• ETD INC. 
• Cupping Set - Amazon
• Cupping Set - Amazon

IASTM
• Rock Blade
• Heskiers OneTool 
• Sidekick
• Physioneers 
• Mobility Star
• Great China Herbs Centre in Toronto

Acupuncture
• Acupuncture and Massage Therapy
• Acupuncture for knee pain
• Acupuncture for neck pain
• Acupuncture for headaches 
• Acupuncture for low back pain
• Bioelectric Medicine 
• Auricular Acupuncture

Standards of practice specific to Cupping and IASTM
Registrants are encouraged to review the CMTO Policy on the Application of Complementary Modalities (found here)
• CMTO Standard of Practice
• Standards for Specific Additional Massage Therapy Techniques
• Communication/Public Health Standard 7 
• Communication/Public Health Standard 10
Example of Informed Consent 
• Infection Control Guidelines 

The Massage Therapy Literature Countdown
 10 Articles All Massage Therapists Should Read
• 9 Open Access Articles for Massage Therapists
• 8 Researchers Who Are Changing Massage Therapy
• 7 Books For Massage Therapists
• 6 Blogs For Massage Therapists 
• 5 Systematic Reviews of Massage Therapy 
• 4 Articles About The Importance of Touch
 3 Bones You May Not Have Heard About
• 2 Peer-reviewed  Publications for Massage Therapists
• 1 Book That Will Change The Way You Think

Recommended Reading & Sources

A selection of readings - books and the occasional article that might be of interest if therapists wanted to explore the topics introduced here in more depth:

General reference books for massage therapists:
• Crooked. Cathryn Jakobson Ramin
• Cure: A Journey into the Science of Mind over Body by Jo Marchant
• Mindware. Richard Nisbett
• Neurocomic. Hana Ros
• The Brain That Changes Itself. Norman Doidge
• The Story of the Human Body. Daniel Lieberman
• The Upright Thinkers. Leonard Mlodinow
• Touch. David Linden

General reference books on pain
• A Nation in Pain. Judy Foreman
• A Headache in the Pelvis. David Wise & Rodney Anderson
• Explain Pain. Lorimer Moseley and David Butler
• Migraine Brains and Bodies. C.M. Shifflett
• Migraines: More than a headache Elizabeth Leroux
• Pain: the science and culture of why we hurt. Marni Jackson
• Pain: from suffering to feeling better. Marie-Josée Rivard
• The Migraine Brain. Carolyn Bernstein
• The Sensitive Nervous System. David Butler
• Understanding Pain. Fernando Cervero

Technical books for massage therapists
• Massage Therapy: Integrating Research and Practice. Dryden & Moyer
• Orthopedic Physical Examination Tests. Chad Cook
• Examination of Peripheral Nerve Injuries. Stephen Russell
• The Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine (2ed). Michael Hutson
• Manual Therapy for Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes: an evidence- and clinical-informed approach. Cesar Fernandez de las Pen
• Manual Therapy for the Peripheral Nerves. Jean-Pierre Barral
• Physical rehabilitation of the injured athlete (4ed). James R. Andrews
• Pain in Practice: Theory and Treatment Strategies for Manual Therapists. Hubert van Griensven
• Architecture of Human Living Fascia. Jean-Claude Guimberteau
• Anatomy Trains: Myofascial Meridians for Manual and Movement Therapists (3ed). Tom Myers
• Functional Atlas of the Human Fascial System. Carla Stecco
• Thieme Atlas of Anatomy: General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System (2ed).
• Color Atlas of Human Anatomy: Locomotor System (7ed). Werner Platzer
• Medical Acupuncture: A Western Scientific Approach. Jacqueline Filshie
• Nerves and Nerve Injuries: Vol 2: Pain, Treatment, Injury, Disease and Future Directions - R. Shane Tubbs
• Bergman's comprehensive encyclopedia of human anatomic variation. R. Shane Tubbs
• Principles of musculoskeletal treatment and management. Nicola Petty & Kieran Barnard
• Clinical Reasoning in Musculoskeletal Practice (2ed). Mark Jones & Darren Rivett
• Travell, Simons and Simons' Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual (3ed). Joseph Donnelly
• Atlas of Anatomy of the Peripheral Nerves. Philippe Rigoard
• Dermoneuromodulating : Manual treatment for peripheral nerves and especially cutaneous nerves. Diane Jacobs
• Traumatic Scar Tissue Management. Nancy Keeney Smith & Cathy Ryan