Issue 92 2016 – features include:
Sports Massage: World’s Strongest Man
Susan Findlay considers the best approach to treating weight-lifting athletes, and gives guidance on posture and technique in general.
Born to Walk
James Earls continues his popular series of articles taken from his book Born to Walk.
Extract from Jon Gibbons’ ‘Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac Joint’
Jon Gibbons runs through the screening process in the examination of sacroiliac joint issues.
Cognitive Bias and Research Evidence in Massage Therapy Practice
The pitfalls of not being objective enough in interpreting research, explored by Earle Abrahamson.
Ayurveda: The Knowledge of Life
A review of Sunita Passi’s Tri Dosha Ayurveda Massage Therapist Course, by author and therapist, Lisa Whitehead.
Advanced CPD by Jing
How to calm stressed-out clients with various approaches including good interpersonal skills, grounding and reconnecting with the body, myofascial release and homecare advice such as mindfulness, which can also help therapists themselves. By Rachel Fairweather of Jing.
6 Steps to Use Treatment Plans to Change Your Practice – For the Better
Tips on how to be prepared and focused in your approach to achieving effective results and getting repeat business.