Massage & Bodywork

January/February 2012

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22 64 100 BEST PRACTICES 24 BUSINESS SIDE Learn how to keep more of your hard-earned money at tax time. By Laura Allen 29 Q & ART Don't let your past education keep you from growing your skills. By Art Riggs 33 TABLE LESSONS It was a classic case of thoracic outlet syndrome—or was it? By Douglas Nelson 37 SAVVY SELF-CARE NEW Consider the value of standing and sitting while you work. By Lauriann Greene and Richard W. Goggins EDUCATION 38 PATHOLOGY PERSPECTIVES Arthritis takes many forms. Know when massage can help. By Ruth Werner 43 BODY AWARENESS You've heard it time and again: use a neutral wrist position. Here's why. By Barb Frye 47 FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY Learn more about the latissimus dorsi and its idiosyncracies. By Christy Cael 50 SOMATIC RESEARCH Read the evidence about bodywork for clients with diabetes. By Diana L. Thompson TECHNIQUE 94 BODYREADING THE MERIDIANS This series continues with a visual assessment of the Spiral Line. By Thomas Myers 100 @WORK NEW Don't fret over musicians' injuries. This new column has solutions. By Whitney Lowe 106 ESSENTIAL SKILLS Quadriceps injuries are a real nemesis for athletes. By Ben E. Benjamin 112 MYOFASCIAL TECHNIQUES Increasing rib cage mobility can boost lung capacity and mobility. By Til Luchau IN EVERY ISSUE 8 11 Editor's Note/Contributors Reader Forum 13 What's on the Web 14 17 20 22 Speak Your Mind News Notes Tell Me NEW Ten for Today: Bolsters 117 Happenings 119 New Products 122 Education Resource Listings 123 Classifi eds 124 Display Showcase 126 Ad Index 127 Inspiration & Insight NEW

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