Boo! Bats, beer & brats!
Join the Massage Therapy Foundation for a ghostly Monster Mash at the AMTA National Convention in Milwaukee! Don your favorite Halloween costume and help us haunt the Milwaukee Theatre on Wednesday, October 26 from 7–9 p.m. Thank you to our host sponsor Cryoderm!
Running for Research
Have you dreamed of running the Boston Marathon? The Massage Therapy Foundation can make your dreams come true! We are accepting applications to run with
Team MTF - Running for Research in 2017. Previous marathon qualification not required. View the application for further details and guidelines.
5 Myths and Truths about
Letting Go Without Losing Heart
The physician on my table wanted to chat for the first few minutes of his massage. It was early in my career, and I was seeing him at a well-known spa. He was a big fan of massage therapy...
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Basics of Research
continue your education
Basics of Research Literacy (BRL) is an online, 8 hour NCBTMB workshop for massage therapists & educators about incorporating principles of research literacy into your practice and teaching.
In The News
The Massage Therapy Foundation is pleased to announce the funding of one research grant in the field of massage therapy for the 2016 granting cycle. Since 1993, the Foundation has sought to fund important research in the field of massage therapy to advance the profession. This year’s $30,000 research grant has been awarded to Niki
Ron Precht, Senior Manager, Communications American Massage Therapy Association 500 Davis Street, Suite 900 Evanston, IL 60201 tel. 847-905-1649 | amtamassage.org firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release Media Contact: Ron Precht 847-905-1649 New Research Analysis Indicates Value of Massage Therapy for Surgical Pain EVANSTON, Ill. September 14, 2016 – Based on the evidence, massage therapy can be
Listen in as we discuss “Dynamic Angular Petrissage as Treatment for Axillary Web Syndrome Occurring after Surgery for Breast Cancer: a Case Report.” Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron and Ruth Werner walk us through the implications, how it can grow our practices, and how it can help us serve our clients better. Review what you have
Listen in as we discuss “Intradialytic Massage for Leg Cramps Among Hemodialysis Patients: a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial.” Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron and Ruth Werner walk us through the implications, how it can grow our practices, and how it can help us serve our clients better. Review what you have learned from the video with these