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Fruitful Knowledge For Your Massage Practice
(Published April 20, 2009)
By David Seaman, DC, MS, DABCN
Legislative Alerts in New Mexico and Arkansas
(Published March 24, 2009)
By Christie Bondurant
California Massage Board Organizes
(Published March 24, 2009)
By Ramon G. McLeod, Editor-in-Chief
IJTMB Calls for Manuscripts
(Published March 24, 2009)
By Editorial Staff
NCBTMB Responds to AMTA
(Published March 24, 2009)
By Christie Bondurant
Body of Knowledge Project Task Force Selection Process
(Published March 23, 2009)
Florida Governor Appoints Four to State Massage Therapy Board
(Published February 27, 2009)
By Editorial Staff
Massage Therapy Foundation Elects Two New Trustees
(Published February 26, 2009)
Massage Therapist Registration in Colorado
(Published February 23, 2009)
By Editorial Staff
California Massage Bill Legislative Update
(Published March 26, 2007)
By Dixie Wall, Contributing Editor
AMTA California Chapter Hosts Annual Convention
(Published April 10, 2006)
We Get Letters and E-Mail
(Published September 20, 2005)
Why Discounting Without Benefits Doesn't Work
(Published July 14, 2005)
By Amy Roberts
Did Acupuncture Evolve From Massage?
(Published June 1, 2005)
By Matthew Bauer, LAc
Clinical Pearls for the Massage Therapist: Learning and Using Acupuncture Back-Shu Points
(Published May 9, 2005)
By Mark Kestner, DC, FIAMA, CCSP, CSCS
Much Ado About Nothing: The Importance of "Nothingness" in Bodywork
(Published March 14, 2005)
By Raymond Bishop, PhD
Massage Therapy Licensing: An In-Depth Look
(Published January 19, 2005)
By Enrique Fabian Fernandez
What Should You Look for in a Public Relations Firm
(Published November 4, 2004)
By Bretton Holmes
Massage Students Offer Gift of Touch to Dying Patients
(Published October 7, 2004)
Texas Association of Massage Therapists Prepare for Annual Convention
(Published October 4, 2004)
By Janine Ray, LMT, MTI, CCMT

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