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April 9, 2019

Targeting emotional aspects of pain could reduce opioid dependency

News from the 2019 American Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting

Exercise during pregnancy protects offspring from obesity

Mouse study suggests exercise by normal-weight pregnant mothers boosts brown fat, metabolic health of children.

Massage therapy may reduce pain, anxiety after surgery for tibial shaft fracture

Results showed reduction in pain and anxiety among patients who underwent massage therapy after surgery for a tibial shaft fracture.
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Clinical Guide to Positional Release Therapy

Clinical Guide to Positional Release Therapy provides professionals in the sports medicine and therapy fields with an easy-to-read reference on the clinical application of positional release therapy (PRT).

The book is an invaluable resource for those who desire to learn, practice, and perfect the art of PRT to gently treat patients of all ages who have acute and chronic somatic dysfunction, including tightness and pain. >> Order now!
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Put the brain and body back together in pain research

Advances in pain research are yielding new insights into mysteries lurking inside the brain and how brain mechanisms influence chronic pain. However, a senior official at the National Institutes of Health says let’s not forget how muscles and other tissues in the body can be successfully treated to help alleviate low-back pain and other chronic pain conditions. » Learn more

MTAM Annual Conference

May 3-5, 2019
Location: Winnipeg
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