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Sport Massage for Injury Care.


Sport Massage for Injury Care

Robert E. McAtee

Human Kinetics


212 pages



Many massage therapy training programs include 20-50 hours of event-oriented sports massage, says McAtee, but opportunities to acquire advanced clinically oriented sports massage skills are difficult to come by. So he assembles in one book a range of assessment and manual treatment techniques that are otherwise scattered throughout a variety of books, journals, articles, blogs, and online videos. He writes primarily for experienced massage therapists, but suggests that the material may also be useful for manual therapists of all kinds. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Jun 1, 2019
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