Massage & Bodywork

SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2020

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C h e c k o u t A B M P 's P o c k e t P a t h o l o g y a t w w w. a b m p . c o m / a b m p - p o c k e t - p a t h o l o g y - a p p . 45 C h e c k o u t A B M P P o c k e t P a t h o l o g y a t w w w. a b m p . c o m / a b m p - p o c k e t - p a t h o l o g y - a p p . 45 Implications for Massage Therapy By Ruth Werner By the time this article is published, many massage therapists will be back to work in one form or another, and we will have a new population of clients who may seek us out: COVID-19 survivors. Because the SARS-CoV-2 virus affects so many tissues in so many ways, and because its effects can be long-lasting, massage and bodywork clients who have had this infection—even those with mild versions—may bring with them some health concerns that are relevant to our decision-making process.

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