Webinar: Teaching Research Literacy: Igniting the Spark

Pete Whitridge

This presentation into manual therapy research is designed to help you expand your knowledge about the effects of touch on the human body. From infants to burn patients to cancer survivors, everyone has a story to tell about how a good massage helped them cope with their problems, aches, and pains. Most importantly, we will explore the current research into aspects of touch and manual therapies—from energy work to rehabilitation.

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Pete Whitridge
Pete Whitridge has been a licensed massage therapist since 1988. He teaches Myofascial Components of Pain workshops throughout the Southeast, as well as Florida Law, Ethics, and Business Building classes. Whitridge completed a four-year term on the Florida Board of Massage Therapy, serving two years as chairman. Whitridge is a faculty member at several massage schools. Whitridge received the Charles Canfield Award from the FSMTA in 2004 for service and dedication to the massage profession. Whitridge is the president of the Alliance For Massage Therapy Education and has dedicated his career to helping establish high standards in massage therapy education. Learn more at https://www.linkedin.com/in/petewhitridge/.
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