A Guide to Post Event Work

A Guide to Post Event Work

Excerpts from Sports Massage, a hands-on guide for therapists… by Susan Findlay Event work can be rewarding, challenging, and have an air of excitement. It also provides an opportunity to demonstrate your skills to potential clients.  Many of my graduates use event work as an opportunity to network, get their foot in the door, gain experience…

Sports Therapy UK – Change your career

Sports Therapy UK – Change your career

Meet some of our students who have changed their careers and are now qualified sports massage therapists. If you would like a career involving sport, then why not try our sports massage intro day to find out whether it’s for you…

A Policy for the Re-Activation of Long COVID-19 Patients

A Policy for the Re-Activation of Long COVID-19 Patients

A similarity of symptoms and dysfunction is clinically observed between Long COVID-19 patients and patients with autonomic dysfunctions, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. The content of the proposed bio-psychosocial case management rehabilitation program is based on the muscle fiber type composition, a novel policy aimed at priming Type-1 muscle fibers, the energy-saving function of the…

Life changing moments

Life changing moments

Our son was born in the summer of 1989, and 11 weeks later I was knocked off my bike and sustained a severe head injury. It took me several months to get over this injury. I think anyone who’s ever had a significant trauma to the head will know how I felt. Over the next…

Ears – Auricular Energy “Switching On”

Ears – Auricular Energy “Switching On”

Early on in my remedial massage career, I noticed that clients/patients who had neck and shoulder tension and difficulty in turning their head, also had hearing problems, especially tinnitus. The medical term for the outer ear is the auricle or pinna, this also links to acupuncture points that connect to the whole of the body. I was…

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