The RMT Education Project is committed to elevating the profession by breaking down research into manageable chunks, this is accomplished through access to: continuing education courses, weekly blog posts, curated resources.

Setting the Groundwork for Evidence Based Massage
Massage Therapy: A Review Of The Evidence
• Four Science Backed Ways Massage Makes You Feel Better
• Peer Reviewed Resources
• Guide to Reading Massage Therapy Research 
The Integration of Research into Massage Therapy 
How To Evaluate A Scholarly Article (Powerpoint) 
Massage Therapy Case Reports 

Modalities Explained
• What are Triggerpoints?
• Does Fascia Release? 
Nerve Mobilizations
• Cupping
• Taping
• Stretch Training 
• Foam Rolling

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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 Massage for Athletic Performance
• Rehabilitation for Acute Muscle Strains
• Neck Pain
Cervicogenic Dizziness
Cervicogenic Tinnitus
• Migraine Headaches
• Tension Headaches
• Post-Concussion Syndrome 
What is a Concussion?
• Temporal Mandibular Disorder (TMD)
Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain
Frozen Shoulder
• Tennis Elbow
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome 
• Shin Splints
• Dupuytren's Disease
• Low Back Pain 
• Sciatica
• Hip Pain
• Osteoarthritis of The Knee
• Ankle Sprain
• Plantar Fasciitis 

Post-Operative Patients
• Scar Management 
• Post-Surgical ACL Injuries 
• Massage Therapy for Post-Op Knee Pain 
• Massage Therapy for Postoperative Patients

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