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Risky Business: From Daily Practice to COVID-19

As massage therapists, we never want to come from a place of fear, but a little healthy fear can really help us when it comes to considering risk. MTs are thinking a lot about risk these days. Risk of working or not, and, of course, the risks within a range of client presentations.

Virtual Learning for Manual Therapists: Upledger CranioSacral Therapy

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In this unprecedented pandemic environment, it is important that learning continues, even if it can’t happen in person. Upledger Institute's online educational platforms serve to fill the void of postponed or canceled classes due to social distancing, while providing a work-study-life balance.   

COVID-Related Coagulopathy, Take 3: A Conversation with a Hematologist

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Pathology educator and author Ruth Werner recently had a conversation with Yaser Diab, MD, a hematologist working at Children’s National Hospital in Washington, DC, about abnormal coagulation associated with COVID-19 and how massage therapy might fit in the context of COVID-19 survivors and coagulopathy. Read the notes from their conversation here.

Getting Used to Working in Masks

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Cal Cates and Kerry Jordan from Healwell provide an overview of what it’s like for massage therapists working in masks, from which masks to use to concerns about breathing. 

I May Have Been Exposed to COVID-19. Now What?

ABMP connected with epidemiologist Tessa Crume, PhD, an associate professor in the Epidemiology Department at the Colorado School of Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, to get her expert advice on this member’s question.

Helpful COVID-19 and Pathology Resources from ABMP and Ruth Werner

ABMP has been proud to partner with pathology expert and leading educator Ruth Werner over the years. Ruth is an invaluable resource to the profession, and has been an amazing source of information and support during this COVID-19 pandemic, to our ABMP members especially.