ABMP members enhanced their skills and knowledge by taking advantage of the outstanding online education and CE that comes free with membership: the library of courses in the ABMP Education Center, the ABMP CE Socials events, and the ABMP CE Summit online conference.
We released more than 100 new episodes of The ABMP Podcast: Speaking with the Massage & Bodywork Profession in 2021!
Thank you to all our amazing guests, our expert podcast partners Ruth Werner and Allison Denney, and all the listeners for being a part of this effort.
ABMP CE Summit sponsor Stopain Clinical is offering a free webinar for massage therapists and bodyworkers titled "How to Use Topical Analgesics in Your Bodywork" on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. ET.
The open-forum Q&A event will feature a panel hosted by InReach Health's Craig Hall and featuring Dr. Jeff Forman, Nathalie Cecelia, Teresa Matthews, and Mira Rucker.
Join Allison Denney as she connects connective tissue and manages muscle tissue in and around the knee. Take a closer look at what moves this knobby joint toward dysfunction and gain some perspectives and techniques that bring balance to an otherwise off-kilter structure.
Learn ancient healing techniques from around the world to work the reflex pressure points of the feet and meridians of the lower legs to balance major energy channels and impact the whole body.
ABMP members now have access to two new member discount partners with offerings designed to enhance your hands-on treatments.
Join us to learn three evidence-based, practical techniques to alleviate some of pregnancy’s most common complaints. Every pregnancy is unique, but most pregnant clients experience stress, torso discomfort, and/or pelvic pain.
Discover cupping therapy applied like you may not have seen it before! Learn the fundamental concepts, general techniques, and expected results of cupping with movement for upper-body conditions.
Trying to figure out what’s causing a client’s neck and arm pain can be challenging. Is it a nerve problem, tendinopathy, thoracic outlet syndrome, muscle strain, ligament injury, protective spasm, sensitization, pathology, or even chronic stress?