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What type of massage therapy doctors should choose to refer their patience for treatments????

Hello members .

On the February 2nd 2012 we witnessed a press release related massage therapy of extreme healing power.

Massaging muscles may reduce inflammation, spur mitochondria formation. USA Today (2/2, Vergano) reports in "Science Fair" that according to a study in Science Translational Medicine, "kneading muscles reduces inflammation and spurs cellular energy production."

It is significant data, but not less important it was published at Science Translational Medicine, and one can say:” This is recognition of medical Society”. In many prospective it is recognition. However the big question becomes: What type of massage therapy doctors should choose to refer their patience for treatments????

Following link is to my short article on the subject:” What type of massage therapy doctors should choose to refer their patience for treatments????

 

http://medicalmassage-ceu.com/article_new7.html

 

Best wishes.

Boris Prilutsky.

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While it is nice to be recognized the studies add confusion, in my opinion, by not defining the massage (modality, stroke type) that was given and how it was given (time, depth, etc.). I find it frustrating to read supposedly science based research that fails to pinpoint this. Hopefully some of these researchers will go on to compare the effects of various modalities. Or at least mention what was applied for testing.

Hi Daniel.

Original paper is a solid one, and therefore was accepted by  Science Translational Medicine.there is a difference what you reading in  press release abstracts, and detailed descriptions at the original paper. I'm positive that this study add no confusions.I believe the confusion is 1000 names.

Best wishes.

Boris

Thank you for the explanation Boris.

Boris Prilutsky said:

Hi Daniel.

Original paper is a solid one, and therefore was accepted by  Science Translational Medicine.there is a difference what you reading in  press release abstracts, and detailed descriptions at the original paper. I'm positive that this study add no confusions.I believe the confusion is 1000 names.

Best wishes.

Boris

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Have a great day.

Boris

Daniel Cohen said:

Thank you for the explanation Boris.

Boris Prilutsky said:

Hi Daniel.

Original paper is a solid one, and therefore was accepted by  Science Translational Medicine.there is a difference what you reading in  press release abstracts, and detailed descriptions at the original paper. I'm positive that this study add no confusions.I believe the confusion is 1000 names.

Best wishes.

Boris

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