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Last week I wrote specifically about two studies that demonstrated massage therapy’s marked ability to improve the symptoms of autism and asthma. These bring up the perspective of massage therapy as a holistic therapy in the overall conclusions that they … Continue reading
Over the next two weeks I want to take a specific, then more holistic, look at how massage therapy helps improve health conditions by using specific studies that explored the benefits of massage therapy for children with autism and asthma.
Continuing on with our blog’s often-explored theme of the benefits of massage therapy for mankind, today’s blog focuses on an element that affects nearly all humans and that massage therapy has a great track record of treating effectively. That element … Continue reading
Last week I wrote about a study posted on the Touch Research Institute’s Web site about the effect massage therapy and touch can have on infants (massage therapy, according to the study, was shown to improve responsiveness among infants. Click … Continue reading
I do not think there is anyone who would be reading this blog and would not agree that stress is a major problem in modern society, and that massage is a great way to get rid of it.
Massage combined with aromatherapy can have a significant impact on stress, anxiety and the immune system. Several recent studies have explored whether combining aromatherapy with therapeutic massage can increase the benefits that each have been shown to provide on their … Continue reading