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Sep 24, 2021

A client has a skin-picking disorder, and they want to receive massage. Is this really a good idea? How can we make sure they’re safe?

 

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Sep 21, 2021

Safety and efficiencies in the workplace can help a therapist’s career longevity. So, how does the Ergonomics Project aim to do this? In this episode, Robin Anderson, president of the Massage Therapy Foundation, discusses what the study of ergonomics entails and delves into both phases of the Ergonomics Project, how...


Sep 17, 2021

A client with diabetes has a 100-point blood sugar crash during his massage session. Luckily, the client was prepared and knew what to do. But can massage therapists do anything to avoid this risk? Listen in to find out.

 

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Sep 16, 2021

Paul Ingraham is a pain researcher whose journey as a massage therapist and his experience with his own chronic pain led him to launch painscience.com—one of funniest and most successful websites on the topic of chronic pain. In this episode, Allison sits down with Paul to discuss how his transition from...


Sep 14, 2021

Water treatments have a universal and timeless appeal. In this episode, MaryBetts Sinclair discusses how she “found” hydrotherapy, when—and why—hydrotherapy re-emerged in modern times, how massage therapists can incorporate hydrotherapy into their practices, and whether MTs should charge more for these...