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News Update: November 21, 2016

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Simple Stretches to Relax the Pelvic Floor
By Editorial Staff
Pregnancy, obesity, frequent straining and other factors can contribute to pelvic floor dysfunction, a constellation of disorders that affect millions of women, particularly with age.
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Spaghetti Elbow: Ulnar Collateral Ligament Reconstruction
By Debbie Roberts, LMT
Where did the term spaghetti elbow come from? Well, one of the most famous surgeons for pitchers is Dr. James Andrews, the renowned Birmingham, Ala., orthopedic surgeon and founder of the American Sports Medicine Institute.
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Slow Brain Aging with Vitamin B12
By James P. Meschino, DC, MS
An important study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association; Psychiatry, in June 2016 provides additional evidence that high blood levels of vitamin B12 can slow the shrinking of the brain that commonly occurs after age 60.
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All Research is Not Created Equal
By Martha Brown Menard, PhD, LMT
Just because an article is published in an academic journal doesn't mean it's true. In evaluating the general believability of any research study, there are two major concerns.
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Pediatric Massage for Selfie Elbow
By Tina Allen, LMT, CPMMT, CPMT, CIMT
Children today are exposed to the use of electronics and technology at a much earlier age. While many times this exposure leads to great exploration and learning opportunities, we are also seeing an increase in the appearance of discomforts associated with the use of today's technology.
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One Intensive, Three Ways
By Sharon Desjarlais, CC
As I stepped into the oversized treatment room, I saw four massage tables set up. Each one held a client surrounded by three to four therapists who were all holding their hands at strategic locations on the client's body.
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Marketing Yourself to the Aging Population
By Sharon Puszko, PhD, LMT
Most people starting careers in massage consider working in spas or resorts, working with athletes, or working for themselves – but what about geriatric massage?
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The Effect of Massage Therapy Following DOMS
By April Neufeld, BS, LMT, BCTMB; Natalie Lorick, LMT;
Derek R. Austin, PT, DPT, MS, BCTMB, CSCS - MTF
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a commonly expected muscle condition that affects people who engage in sudden or intense exercise that doesn't fit with the person's normal physical activity.
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