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  • Author(s) Grant Jewell Rich
  • SubtitleThe Evidence for Practice
  • Edition
  • Published11th April 2002
  • PublisherMosby Wolfe
  • ISBN9780723432173

The Evidence for Practice

Research indicates that 1 in 3 Americans use alternative health care modalities. This volume presents results in areas of massage therapy research including studies of massage for: stress (post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, depression, abuse), spinal cord injuries, enhancing growth (pregnancy and infancy), pain reduction (rheumatoid arthritis, back pain, migraine, and fibromyalgia), pediatrics, the elderly, increasing employee satisfaction (chair massage), enhancing cognition (alertness, autism), and/or immunity (HIV, cancer). By collecting these papers into one volume, the editor provides a starting point for conversations within the therapeutic massage community.

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  • Author(s) Grant Jewell Rich
  • SubtitleThe Evidence for Practice
  • Edition
  • Published11th April 2002
  • PublisherMosby Wolfe
  • ISBN9780723432173

The Evidence for Practice

Research indicates that 1 in 3 Americans use alternative health care modalities. This volume presents results in areas of massage therapy research including studies of massage for: stress (post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorders, depression, abuse), spinal cord injuries, enhancing growth (pregnancy and infancy), pain reduction (rheumatoid arthritis, back pain, migraine, and fibromyalgia), pediatrics, the elderly, increasing employee satisfaction (chair massage), enhancing cognition (alertness, autism), and/or immunity (HIV, cancer). By collecting these papers into one volume, the editor provides a starting point for conversations within the therapeutic massage community.
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