Susan Salvo talks about decisions: great ones and horrible ones

 An Interview with

Susan Salvo
By: Elan Schacter
PART II
“Today, massage is frequently sought out for pain management and for stress management. In the near future, I predict that massage will be used as an intervention for a host of nervous disorders and mental health issues.” – Susan Salvo

This is a continuation of a previous blog. Visit http://elanschacter.com/what-susan-salvo-has-to-say-about-making-it-in-the-massage-industry/ […]

By |January 11th, 2016|Body, Massage, Mind, Spa, Treatment|0 Comments

What Susan Salvo has to say about making it in the Massage industry!

An Interview with
SUSAN SALVO
By: Elan Schacter
 

“…Part of our challenge as a profession is to really think about the terms we use, how we describe what we do to each other, to our clients, and to our referral bases such as health care providers.” ― Susan SalvoSusan Salvo is the author of Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice and Mosby’s Pathology for […]

By |September 18th, 2015|Massage, Treatment|1 Comment

Tendon Injuries

Part 1

In this blog we will review some of the causes, descriptions, and massage therapy treatments of pain caused by injury to tendons, or tendinopathy.

In this first part, we will discuss the general presentation of the injuries. Part 2 describes several common examples of tendinitis. Treatment consideration for massage therapists will be explained in part […]

By |February 5th, 2015|Body, Massage, Sport, Treatment|1 Comment

Massage for Pain

Much research has been done to assess the effectiveness of massage for treating many forms of pain. For a lot of the research, the results are proven to be fantastic, especially for those who receive a weekly treatment. In one Seattle based research study reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine, 401 people suffering from […]

By |November 21st, 2014|Massage, Mind, Treatment|2 Comments

Massage for Anxiety and Depression

A common reason for someone to visit a massage therapist is for help with feelings of stress. Now scientific evidence shows that beyond an ability to combat stress, massage can even combat anxiety and depression, and that the effects are cumulative, meaning getting massage regularly is more effective than a single visit. There was a […]

By |August 29th, 2012|Mind, Treatment|2 Comments