Summary: Research Perch is a podcast designed to help you learn how to use massage therapy research in your practice. Each episode digs into a specific article from the International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and unpacks it so you know how it applies to you. Grow your massage therapy practice and serve your clients better with the power of research!
Join the Research World: Submit a Case Report to IJTMB
MTF Community Service Grant Program [Research Perch]
Project COPE: Share Your Story [Research Perch]
MTF Research Grants [Research Perch]
Locating Research with the MTF's Teaching Research eBook [Research Perch]
Enhancing Curriculum with MTF's Teaching Research eBook [Research Perch]
Listen in as we discuss free downloadable MTF eBook, "Instructors’ Guide to Teaching Research." Host Doug Nelson, LMT, BCTMB welcomes educator and eBook collaborator Brent Jackson, M.Ed., BS, LMT, and new instructor Jordan Meyer, LMT, from the Blue Sky School of Professional Massage & Therapeutic Bodywork in Grafton, Wisconsin, to talk through how instructors can use the eBook to teach research concepts to their students.
Research Article Discussion Club at Nationwide Children’s Hospital
The Value of Student Case Reports
Massage Therapy Program At Nationwide Children’s Hospital Part Two
Hospital-based massage programs are on the rise as care providers seek non-pharmacological modalities for pain and stress relief. Learn about how these programs work by tuning in to MTF’s two-part Research Perch podcast interview with guests Corrie Frey, LMT, CIMI, CPMT, and Deborah Zerkle, LMT, CA, CIMT, CPMT, from the Massage Therapy Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, Ohio. Part One gives an overview of how the massage therapy program at NCH got started and the services they p
Integration of Massage Therapy in Outpatient Cancer Care: Part Two
Integration of Massage Therapy in Outpatient Cancer Care Part One
Massage Therapy Restores Peripheral Vascular Function Following Exertion
Comparing the Effects of Rest and Massage on Return to Homeostasis Following Submaximal Aerobic Exercise: a Case Study