Home-Study Resource Center
The home-study courses resource center, sponsored by the Freedom From Pain Institute, is designed to provide the latest news, information, articles and tools related to home-study continuing education courses for massage and bodywork therapists.
Home-study courses provide working massage therapists and bodyworkers with the ability to expand their repertoire and earn continuing education credits at a time and place that is convenient and affordable for them. Home study, online and distance learning, has gained popularity within the past few years, as massage professionals seek more ways to receive higher education in a timely and cost-effective manner.
The Freedom From Pain Institute is dedicated to the research and treatment of chronic pain conditions. In his duty as executive director, Erik Dalton, Ph.D., shares his broad therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing and osteopathy in his entertaining and informative pain-management continuing education workshops, books and videos.
One of the best ways you can improve retention is to get enough quality sleep. Research shows sleep improves learning by keeping the mind alert to receive information and by helping to consolidate memory for future use.
Many students benefit from using online study tools, but knowing which programs and websites to use regularly can be tricky. The best students know how to leverage their own skills, self-study tools and work ethic.
Getting the most from your continuing education experience can depend on a number of variables, from the topic of the class and the quality of the provider to the method of delivery and the environment in which you choose to learn. Enhance the Continuing Education ExperienceFor professional massage therapists who are considering enrolling in a home-based... Read More »
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Breathing and Back PainIt is essential that manual and corrective exercise therapists develop a good basic understanding of ribcage and thoracic spine...
Using MAT to Find the Weak Key LinkManual and movement therapy blogs are abuzz advocating the significance of thoracic spine (t-spine) mobility, as if it were a new discovery.
Bone on Bone – Treating Frozen Shoulders and Shoulder Impingement Syndrome with MATThe term frozen shoulder has been everywhere since the early 1930s, but recent research by Drs. Andrew and Robert Neviaser found that a stiff, painful glenohumeral joint doesn’t consequently mean the shoulder is “frozen.”
MAT Hamstring Massage and MobilizationIn a study of one NFL team from 1998-2007, the appearence of hamstring pulls accounted for 85 injuries, second only to knee sprains, which came in first at 120 injuries.
MAT Treatments for Occipital Neuralgia HeadachesThe occipitoatlantal (O-A) joint is the uppermost weight-bearing synovial joint in the body and is the final connection for adapting to asymmetry or dysfunction from below.
Treating Thoracic Outlet Pain with MATHumans are not well adjusted as beasts of burden. Heavy loads hung from the shoulders can really stress ribcage and spinal structures.