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Number of opioid-related deaths in Canada released

The number of apparent opioid deaths in Canada in the first nine months of last year almost matched the figure for all of 2016.

5 tips to help you de-stress during national stress awareness month

April is National Stress Awareness month, and in Canada, over one in four workers report being highly stressed every day of their lives.

External review sees ‘serious gaps and overlaps’

A new report is recommending a dramatic overhaul to the role the federal government and its arms-length organizations play in the Canadian healthcare system.
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Fascial Dysfunction: Manual Therapy Approaches

Fascial Dysfunction: Manual Therapy Approaches provides all therapists with a clear guide to what the fascia is, how it goes wrong, and how to treat disorders that involve the fascia.

Section 1, looks at fascial function and dysfunction; gives guidelines on clinical assessment and suggestions for ensuring that treatment approaches achieve their maximum potential in the restoration of normal fascial function. Section 2 is comprised of 15 chapters, each written by an internationally recognised clinical expert, and each describing and explaining a technique which has been proven to be effective in the treatment of fascial dysfunction.

The book is highly illustrated with black and white photographs, line drawings and a colour plate section to illustrate the anatomy and physiology of fascia. >> Order Now!

How to apply active isolated stretching in your clinic

As earlier stated, active isolated stretching (AIS) is a vital component for injury prevention and rehabilitation. While AIS can be an important tool for massage therapists in promoting injury prevention, performance enhancement and rehabilitation among clients, it also provides clients a means for implementing safe and effective self-care protocols. » Learn more

Massage Therapy Expo 2018

April 21-22
Vaughan, Ont.
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