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Scar Tissue is a Natural Part of the Body
Scar tissue is a natural part of the body's healing process, but when left unaddressed, it can cause discomfort and limited mobility. As massage therapists, we have the unique opportunity to unlock the healing potential within scar tissue, providing our...
Scar tissue healing is a complex process that requires a delicate balance of knowledge, skill, and intuition. In recent years, the power of mindfulness has emerged as a valuable tool in enhancing scar tissue healing outcomes.
By cultivating a deep sense of presence and awareness, massage...
When a person is going through cancer, getting all the support they can is necessary. Massage therapy is uniquely positioned to be able to help with many of the side effects of medical treatments, and can provide a doorway into self-care that fosters resilience and healing.
I remember a patient I had years ago who presented with significant chording down her right arm after her second breast cancer surgery. She didn’t complain about it, of course, as it was not in her nature to make a fuss over anything. But she did mention she’s got these...
In a year when BC massage therapists are not required to do any professional development courses, I'm wondering what our fellow RMTs will do with that moratorium.
Will it be the norm to skip any and all professional development and coast on what's been learned before?
When working with breast and top surgery patients, getting informed consent is critical.
This is so the person knows without a shadow of a doubt what is happening and why, so they’re never caught unawares or surprised that you’re treating their sensitive areas.