Speaker Handouts

Wednesday, October 26

Fundamentals of Fascial Therapy - Pete Pfannerstill


Thursday, October 27

Totally Allowable Expenses - Margo Bowman

Hospital Based Massage Therapy - MK Brennan

Talking to Your Clients About Skin Cancer - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Amanda Friedrichs, MD, The American Academy of Dermatology

A Massage Therapist's Guide to Malpractice - Jennifer Flynn, Lynn Pierce


Friday, October 28

Research Panel: Massage in Military and Hospital Settings - Trip Buckenmaier, Carol Fletcher, JoEllen Sefton

Research in the Profession: Practitioner Case Report Winner - Cathy Meryanos

Massage Techniques in Hospice and Palliative Care - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Mary Cheers

Corrective Bodywork: LPHC Client Homework - Bruce Costello

Pharmacology for Treatment Planning - Handout 1, Handout 2, Handout 3, Handout 4 - Julie Goodwin

Techniques for Sports Massage Therapists - Allison Griffith and Steve Jurch

Ethics for the Massage Therapist; How We View and Choose our Actions - Gregory Hurd

Sciatic Pain: Advanced Myofascial Techniques - Til Luchau

Teachers Day: Instructional Design - Jim O'Hara and Cynthia Ribeiro

Teachers Day: Palpation—Distinguishing Tissue Textures  - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Robert Kelly

Shiatsu for the Effective Treatment of Migraine - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Leisa Bellmore

The Mystery of Pain - Douglas Nelson

The Rotator Cuff and Shoulder Mechanics - George Russell

Marketing Massage: Gain the Edge - Susan Salvo

Developing Sustainable Therapeutic Relationships with Clients - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Carolyn Tague


Saturday, October 29

Forearm Massage: Save Your Hands & Save Your Career - Shari Auth

Dimensional Massage Therapy for the Leg, Ankle and Foot - Nancy Dail

Massage Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders - Handout 1, Handout 2 - Tami Goldstein

The Ribcage and Diaphragm - George Russell

Massage and Pathology: Top 10 Diseases - Susan Salvo

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