Intro to Hospital-Based Massage

Posted:Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Hospital-based massage programs are on the rise as care providers seek non-pharmacological modalities for pain and stress relief. Learn more about how these programs work by tuning in to MTF’s upcoming two-part Research Perch podcast interview with two guests from the Massage Therapy Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital (NCH) in Columbus, Ohio: Corrie Frey and Deborah Zerkle. MTF has an ongoing relationship with NCH; they were a 2018 MTF Research Grant recipient for their study on decreasing opioid use in pediatric patients, and Corrie Frey was a poster presenter at MTF’s International Massage Therapy Research Conference this past May.

Research Perch: Massage Therapy Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Part One, will discuss an overview of how the massage therapy program at NCH got started and the services they provide. In Part Two, learn the details of how a hospital-based massage therapy program works.

Watch the following short video for a sneak peek at these upcoming episodes, and be sure to download and share the new infographic below:

Infographic: 5 Reasons to Consider a Career in Hospital-Based Massage

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Related to this Topic:

Development of a Hospital-based Massage Therapy Course at an Academic Medical Center, from the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (ijtmb.org)

The Effects of Massage Therapy on Pain Management in the Acute Care Setting, from the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (ijtmb.org)

Inpatient Hospital-based Massage Therapy, article from the American Massage Therapy Association (amtamassage.org)

New Joint Commission Advisory on Non-pharmacologic and Non-opioid Solutions for Pain Management, from the Joint Commission (www.jointcommission.org) 08/28/2018

Pain Management – Leadership Responsibilities for Providing Nonpharmacologic Modalities for Managing Pain – LD.04.03.13 EP 2, from the Joint Commission (www.jointcommission.org) 07/26/2019