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Sue Pitts: Bridging Modern Pain Science with Current Practice

By Anna-Maria on December 09, 2015.
Massage Therapist Sue Pitts recently attended the Bridging Modern Pain Science with Current Practice course at our Exmouth School - She wrote on her blog about her great experience...

Advance your learning of human anatomy through dissection

By Anna-Maria on June 18, 2015.
Ideal for Soft Tissue and Manual Therapists, the study day has been designed to help advance understanding of the human anatomy through guided examination of osteological and cadaveric specimens.

Fans of the Hip by James Earls

By Anna-Maria on May 26, 2015.
Anatomy class often leaves us with many questions. Sometimes we are lucky enough to know what those questions are, but quite often, we are unaware of the information overload we receive and its many implications.

Ultrasound – an additional evidence based approach to your treatment package

By Anna-Maria on May 11, 2015.
Ultrasound is widely used by Manual Therapists in clinics as a useful adjunct to soft tissue therapy and rehabilitation. Amongst other tools used the effects of ultrasound says Professor Tim Watson (PhD, BSc, MSCP, DipTP) are well established and evidenced for the enhancement of tissue repair.

International Journal Of Athletic Therapy & Training - The Mulligan Concept.

By Anna-Maria on April 09, 2015.
A course coming to Exmouth on 18th & 19th April 2015. Ed Wilson BA (Hons), MCSP, HPC Registered, MCTA, CMP is back in our Exmouth School for an introduction to the Mulligan’s approach to manual therapy...

The Adaptation of the Foot by James Earls

By Anna-Maria on March 17, 2015.

Born to walk james earls

We are delighted to have James Earls shed some light on the foot and explain why they are not only important, but also fascinating. Taken from his book ‘Born to Walk’, James gives an insight into foot’s function and role in movement. Inspired? Read on for some foot investigation...

Back Pain - Case Study by Ben Cormack

By Anna-Maria on January 22, 2015.

Ben Cormack takes us through a case of a client with back pain and the treatment plan.

Merry Christmas from the team!

By Anna-Maria on December 23, 2014.

We all wish you a merry Christmas and a fantastic 2015 full of joy, fun and great life adventures.

From all of us here at The Massage Training School!

Make your assessments more Global, the importance to restoring non-dysfunctional movement – says Tammy Emmins, BSc MSST

By Anna-Maria on December 12, 2014.

Sometimes what presents to us in clinic as a simple injury may have hidden global problems, as the route cause. A simple groin strain for example may have many implications for an athlete but unless a good subjective and objective examination takes place the global issues could easily go undiagnosed.

An insight into Tool Assisted Massage – New course 24th January 2015, Exmouth

By Anna-Maria on December 12, 2014.

IASTM or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation heritage goes back thousands of years in Chinese medicine. Its modern form originates from the USA in the 1990’s where it was used as a method of delivering soft tissue treatment to scar tissue and other adhesions in the body.

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