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L i s te n to T h e A B M P Po d c a s t a t a b m m /p o d c a s t s o r w h e reve r yo u a cce s s yo u r favo r i te p o d c a s t s 15 ON THE WEB BLOG THE ABMP PODCAST CONTINUING EDUCATION DON'T MISS THE ABMP CE SUMMIT ON OCTOBER 26–27 Replays of the six CE courses originally shown during the ABMP CE Summit will be available on demand in the ABMP Education Center. These courses and CE are free for ABMP members and available for purchase to nonmembers. Topics include critical thinking, cupping with movement, neck pain, prenatal massage, Asian foot refl exology, and knee techniques. PAUL INGRAHAM AND THE SEARCH FOR UNDERSTANDING CHRONIC PAIN: "THE REBEL MT" WITH ALLISON DENNEY Paul Ingraham is a pain researcher whose journey as a massage therapist and his experience with his own chronic pain led him to launch—one of most entertaining and most successful websites on the topic of chronic pain. DERMATILLOMANIA: "I HAVE A CLIENT WHO . . ." PATHOLOGY CONVERSATIONS WITH RUTH WERNER A client has a skin-picking disorder, and they want to receive massage. Is this really a good idea? How can we make sure they're safe? SHOULDER INJURIES WITH DR. BEN BENJAMIN Dr. Ben Benjamin discusses the three phases of frozen shoulder, how resisted stretching is used to increase range of motion and decrease pain, why friction therapy is a great method for massage therapists to use during a session, and how being a thorough communicator during assessments is key to understanding a patient's treatment options. FINDING THE PERFECT OFFICE SPACE: A CHECKLIST In the September/October 2021 issue of Massage & Bodywork magazine, Allissa Haines and Michael Reynolds of Massage Business Blueprint ( wrote about how to choose the perfect offi ce space for your practice. If you're venturing out on your own, download and print this helpful checklist to make sure you ask the right questions so you can make the right decision. CLIENT EDUCATION EQUALS FULL SCHEDULES Consumer surveys tell us that massage and bodywork clients don't always understand the lasting benefi ts of the work they receive from you. But when it's explained to them, in their terms, repeatedly, the value of your work takes on a whole new importance. This was a primary reason ABMP created Body Sense magazine—a free, digital consumer education publication that keeps talking to your clients long after they've left your treatment room. Share it with your clients today! SUMMIT CE ABMP

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