The results of the study indicate that tai chi exercises and conventional neck exercises are equally effective in improving pain and quality of life, and both approaches appear to be safe and well tolerated.
In the single-blinded, randomized, double-controlled study, a reduction in pain was determined in the reiki group patients, who were also observed to use fewer analgesics throughout the study.
ABMP’s president, Les Sweeney, BCTMB, was featured on a recent episode of the Massage Business Blueprint podcast. Sweeney joined hosts Allissa Haines and Michael Reynolds on episode 68, “Common Questions About Massage Liability Insurance.”
As an ABMP member, session replays are available for a limited time.
The sustainability awards honor people and companies that have invested in pursuing progress toward a sustainable future and achieved outstanding accomplishments through their leadership, innovation, and dedication.
The new commissioners will be joining the commission at its upcoming meeting November 4–5 in Portland, Oregon.
The delegate assembly elected Charlene Russell, David Cox, and Thomas Ryan to the board.
ABMP members will have exclusive on-demand access to replays and CE hours until October 25.
The Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences received a $1 million gift from a philanthropist and longtime advocate for integrative medicine.