Massage & Bodywork

MAY | JUNE 2017

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C h e c k o u t A B M P 's l a t e s t n e w s a n d b l o g p o s t s . Av a i l a b l e a t w w w. a b m p . c o m . 61 Back problems, from low-back pain to scoliosis to poor posture, are ubiquitous in our modern world. While our clients spend days bent over desks and cramped behind computers, we spend our days stretched over a massage table focusing all our attention on our clients. It is no wonder that so many of us suffer, ironically, from the very back strains and injuries we are hoping to prevent in our clients. Many of us accept our discomfort as part of the dues of improving the lives of those we serve; we see it as a necessary occupational hazard of our profession. But it need not beā€”there are solutions. Self Back Pain Need Not Be An Occupational Hazard for MTs PRESERVATION By Meir Schneider, PhD

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