4 Exciting Research Courses

Massage therapy research is an important tool to address health conditions based on the most current science. The AMTA 2014 National Convention has courses that explain practical ways to apply research.

When planning your education selections, look for courses designated as research track (developed in partnership with the Massage Therapy Foundation), or browse our full continuing education selection.

  1. Reading a Research Article—Learn to read, evaluate and critique a research article, and adapt these skills to write an article.
  2. Myofascial Components of Fibromyalgia—Examine an original case study revealing the effectiveness of myofascial massage work to reduce local tender point pain in your clients with fibromyalgia.
  3. Research Panel: What Research Tells Us About Pain Management—Review the newest research supporting the relationship between massage and pain management and how to integrate research findings into practice.
  4. Current Research on Massage and Elders—As our population ages, more elders are making massage therapy part of their wellness program. Gain insight into the most current research on the efficacy of massage for the senior population.

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