Webinar: Massage Technique @Work 3: Housekeeping Injuries

Whitney Lowe

Whitney Lowe examines the biomechanics of housekeeping workers and how these biomechanics lead to many common injury complaints in the low back and upper extremities. Techniques focus on the paraspinal muscles, deep intrinsic spinal muscles, lumbodorsal fascia, quadratus lumborum, and forearm extensors.

Read Whitney Lowe's accompanying Massage & Bodywork magazine article, "Cleaning Up Housekeeping Worker Injuries" in the May/June 2012 issue.

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Whitney Lowe

Whitney Lowe directs the Academy of Clinical Massage which provides advanced clinical massage continuing education as well as programs for schools. His system of orthopedic massage is designed for massage therapists seeking to meet the needs of clients with chronic pain or sports, recreational, or occupational pain and injury conditions. He is the author of Orthopedic Assessment in Massage Therapy and his articles appear regularly in professional peer-reviewed journals, Massage & Bodywork magazine, and other industry publications. Learn more about his workshops and online courses at www.academyofclinicalmassage.com.

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