The RMT Education Project is committed to elevating the profession by connecting massage therapists with evidence based resources, this is accomplished through access to:
• Continuing education courses
• Weekly blog posts
• Curated resources

The RMT Education Project

In the past it has been difficult to stay up to date with the latest research. The RMT Education Project serves as a starting point in the development of a body of knowledge that massage therapists can use to guide an evidence based practice. The RMT Education Project attempts to 'simplify the complex' by breaking down information dense research into manageable chunks.

Grey Literature

Grey literature is information or research produced outside of academic publishing and distribution channels. It consists of newsletters, reports, blogs, tweets, articles published by associations.

Evidence Based Assessment and Treatment of Sports Injuries (Powerpoint)

Massage Therapy: Theories and Treatment Strategies
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
• Overhead Athletes
• Shoulder Pain
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
• Osteoarthritis of The Knee
• Post-Operative Patients
• Compartment Syndrome
• Dupuytren's Disease
• Low Back Pain 
• Neck Pain
• Migraines and Tension Headaches
• Post-Concussion Syndrome
• Temporal Mandibular Disorder (TMD)
• Scar Management 

• Concussion Recognition Tool
• Notes from See The Line 2016 

Setting the Groundwork for Evidence Based Massage
Massage Therapy Research
• Biopsychosocial Model of Massage Therapy
• Guide to Reading Massage Therapy Research
• Guide to Evidence Informed Massage
• The Integration of Current Research into Massage Therapy 
• How Massage Therapists can Contribute to Research 
• Peer Reviewed Resources
• Systematic Reviews
• Ten Open Access Papers

Pain Science
• 5 books about pain   
• Pain is more than a physical process...
• Words matter when talking about pain 
• Contextual effects in massage 
• What are Myofascial Triggerpoints?
• Does Fascia Release?

 Acupuncture: Review of the evidence
• Acupuncture and Massage Therapy
• What role can acupuncture play in concussion rehab 
• Acupuncture for knee pain
• Acupuncture for neck pain
• Acupuncture for headaches

What is Cupping? 
• Cupping at the Olympics

The RMT Education Project
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