Aug 23 2022
Episode #27 Myofascial Release And CLB, What Does The Evidence Say?
As massage therapists, we often rely on learning new modalities or rely on many of the ones we learned in college as a way to help our patients.But does it really matter which modality we use? There are so many other factors that contribute to better outcomes when people come to see us, the modality we use while the person receives treatment matters less than we've been lead to believe. Let's start to worry less about learning new ways to touch people and start focusing on what we can do to get them back to doing the activities that are important to them. This is one of the things we teach in our upcoming courses in October. If you'd like to learn how to communicate better and incorporate more movement into your treatments you can join us by clicking the link below. REGISTER HEREAnd as always, check out our websites.www.themtdc.comwww.ericpurves.com and our emails: email@example.com@ericpurves.comReferenced paper: Wu Z, Wang Y, Ye X, Chen Z, Zhou R, Ye Z, Huang J, Zhu Y, Chen G, Xu X. Myofascial release for chronic low back pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Frontiers in medicine. 2021 Jul 28;8:69798.