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Medical and Sports massage FREE lessons with Boris Prilutsky

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Website: http://medicalmassage-ceu.com/CLASS/
Members: 140
Latest Activity: Mar 22

Greeting from Boris

Dear colleagues,

I am happy to invite you to join my group:” Medical and Sports Massage” including FREE Medical and Sports massage lessons. Not alot of practitioners in the US are familiar with Russian Medical and Sports massage as it was proposed by a Russian physician professor of medicine Anatoly Sherback . I'm happy to offer you information about this methodology as well as some additional information about me. I hope that our friendship will be pleasant and mutual beneficial. I believe in sharing knowledge. In such a case you will be able to learn from me as well as I can learn from you . If after reading information about medical and sports massage, or viewing lessons you will have any question I'm encouraging you to make comments or initiate discussion topic . In such a case my replies will be available for many to read, as well as your replies. Looking forward for great relationship.

Best wishes.
Boris

Cranio-sacral therapy Part 4 (scapula manipulation)
Cranio-sacral therapy Part 3 (scapula manipulation)
Cranio-sacral therapy Part 2
Cranio-sacral therapy Part 1
Chair Massage with and without massage chair Part 4
Chair Massage with and without massage chair Part 3
Chair Massage with and without massage chair Part 2
Chair Massage with and without massage chair Part 1
Preparation of Hot Stones
Carpal Tunnel Part 4
Carpal Tunnel Part 3
Carpal Tunnel Part 2
Carpal Tunnel Part 1
Hypertension Maintenance with self-toe massage Part 2
Hypertension Maintenance with self-toe massage Part 1
Don't Massage Carotid Artery
Plantar Fasciitis/Calcaneal Spur Part 2 (Massage Protocols)
Plantar Fasciitis/Calcaneal Spur Part 1 (Massage Protocols)
Lower back disorders/Sciatica. Hot stones self treatment.
Manage Lower back pain by youself
How to massage your hamstring by yourself
Massage ITB and tensor fasciae latae muscles by yourself
Pumping Technique (Acceleration of lymph drainage)
How thigh (Quadriceps) massage protocols are adjusted for self-massage
How knee massage protocols are adjusted for self-massage
How ankle massage protocols are adjusted for self-massage
How shin (splints) massage protocols are adjusted for self-massage
How trigger point protocols are adjusted for self-massage
How to massage your back under your scapula by yourself
Simple Approach to Massage Therapy E-Book Edition
Free Stress Management Massage Lessons Part 2
Free Stress Management Massage Lessons Part 1

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should we use “medical procedure”in definitions of our work 8 Replies

Dear members.Recently I have opened up discussion on management of fibromyalgia. Jacqueline posted very meaningful  reply.In my opinion one sentence is a guidelines for necessary condition to succeed with our treatment .In my reply to Jacqueline I…Continue

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Is massage therapy recognized as an therapeutic /medical procedure??? 6 Replies

Is  massage therapy recognized as an therapeutic /medical procedure???This link is to my article on this subject, where I am not only answering this question but also proposing practical steps.…Continue

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HOW TO EFFECTIVELY INTEGRATEENERGY WORK & SCIENCE BASED MASSAGESaturday, October 16 from 9am-4pm with Boris Prilutsky at Creative Chakra Spa3401 Pacific Ave. 2A Marina Del Rey CA 90292Each participant will receive DVD on the subject(6 CEU hours…Continue

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would like to clarify details of free lessons page. 4 Replies

Dear members.I would like to clarify details of free lessons page. From private correspondence with few members I understood that some of you viewing short clips which I believe also contains some informationthat can help  to get more picture…Continue

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Comment by Boris Prilutsky on March 22, 2014 at 1:09pm

Below is the link to information on my upcoming seminar . Topic :”Utilization of silicone jars for fascia releases”

http://medicalmassage-edu.com/seminar_03192014.html

I hope to see you at my workshop.

 

Best wishes.

Boris

Comment by Boris Prilutsky on May 1, 2012 at 7:57am

Good morning Mary.

it is my pleasure to share what I am know.shortly will be available Part 3 of my article .I hope you find additional useful  info within my   writings.

HAVE A BLESSED DAY!!!

Boris

Comment by Mary Campise on April 30, 2012 at 11:50am

Thank you for your time in answering my question. I will use the info you gave to see if the Doctors would consider massage for their patients.

HAVE A BLESSED DAY!!!

Mary

Comment by Boris Prilutsky on April 29, 2012 at 12:30pm

Hi Mary.

I am not possessing a deep knowledge in business and marketing, but wouldn't advise to contact  MDs  and offering free treatment.Not sure if your  letter even made  to his/her desk.

The best is to call and to ask to talk to office manager. Short and friendly, to introduce yourself as a medical massage practitioner, and to tell, you are having business proposal, and if she/he don't mind you would like to drop it off. Of course you should write nice professional proposal, explaining what you are doing. Today is good time to talk to doctors, because you can reference to studies they will trust.

Following links is to my articles where I am proposing the way to talk to MDs. If you will have additional questions please feel free to post.

 

http://medicalmassage-edu.com/articles/211-what-type-of-massage-the...

 

 

http://medicalmassage-edu.com/articles/what-type-of-massage-therapy...

 

 

I hope it was helpful.

Best wishes.

Boris

PS. Also very recently, a group of scientists  from Cedars-Sinai medical Center at Los Angeles conducted

simple but significant studies on effects of a Single Session of Swedish Massage on Hypothalamic–Pituitary–Adrenal and Immune Function in Normal Individuals. In your proposal I would like to recommend to refer MDs to  read preliminary study report At national Institute of health  Public Access

Author Manuscript. This publication Drs. respect and will read, and will consider you as a medical massage practitioner. Doctors don't like to be lectured, about medicine therefore just briefly explain:”

at this study scientist tried   to determine effect of massage on arginine-vasopressin (AVP), adrenal corticotropin hormone (ACTH), cortisol (CORT), circulating phenotypic lymphocytes markers, and mitogen-stimulated cytokine production.

 As a result  it  caused a significant effect size decrease

in AVP, it  increased the number of circulating lymphocytes, and much more.

 

Comment by Mary Campise on April 28, 2012 at 6:12pm

Hello Boris

What do you think it would take to get Doctors more involved with Medical Massage? I have wrote letters inviting doctors to get a free session so they can see the quality of work that I do. I have been a Medical Massage Practitioner for almost 15 years and I do not see more doctors going toward massage at all. It is almost disheartrning to know that you have something to offer and you can't find a great place to be. If you have any other ideas on this subject, please share your thoughts. Thank you for your consideration. Mary C.

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Comment by MIHAIL ROSCA on March 27, 2011 at 6:50pm

Hi Boris!

I found many goot techniques in your video.You have same staff in russian too?

Comment by Boris Prilutsky on March 27, 2011 at 10:23am

Hi Daniel.

I'm really glad that you like idea of links. Utilization of knuckles mostly is for adhesions breakdown purposes. What is really typical to Russian medical and sports massage is that any clinical work have to include deep tissue massage,and 50% of time must be spent on kneading techniques . In protocols of orthopedic and postevent sports massage we "must do" including connective tissue massage/fascia mobilization as well trigger point therapy.you welcome to visit my website www.medicalmassage-edu.com some news staff available.

Thanks for writing.

Best wishes.

Boris

Comment by Daniel Cohen on March 21, 2011 at 11:26pm

Thank you Boris for the links. I have started watching them. Is the use of the knuckles, particularly with locked thumbs to work both sides of the spine typical of Russian massage? It is very effective and sound body mechanics. Very nice. I will be viewing all the links as time permits.

 

Again, thank you.

Comment by Boris Prilutsky on October 20, 2010 at 9:20am
Dear Joseph.
I'm really happy that you like my articles and also hoping one day to meet you at my workshops or otherwise. Also would recommend to view careful my free lessons. Message in details. Today company offering my part 1" Simple approach to massage therapy" e-book for seven dollar only.highly recommending to acquire one. At this book additionally to proposing 12 petrissage techniques I'm teaching full body stress management medical massage as well offering philosophical approaches that can help reach results.
Best wishes.
Boris
 

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