RMT Profession

Understanding and working with the psychodynamics of practitioner–patient relationships in the manual therapies.

Sher, D., & Sher, M. (2016). Understanding and working with the psychodynamics of practitioner–patient relationships in the manual therapies. Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies, 20(2), 293–299.

Ethical Issues Raised by Private Practice Physiotherapy Are More Diverse than First Meets the Eye: Recommendations from a Literature Review

Hudon, A., Drolet, M.-J., & Williams-Jones, B. (2015). Ethical Issues Raised by Private Practice Physiotherapy Are More Diverse than First Meets the Eye: Recommendations from a Literature Review. Physiotherapy Canada, 67(2), 124–132“.http://www.utpjournals.press/doi/abs/10.3138/ptc.2014-10.

An ethical approach to health promotion in physiotherapy practice.

Delany, C., Fryer, C., & van Kessel, G. (2015). An ethical approach to health promotion in physiotherapy practice. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 26(3), 255–262.

This paper discusses how physiotherapists, whom are traditionally trained to focus on the individual, can broaden their practice to include health promotion strategies. The article discusses potential harms to a health promotion approach and suggests four strategies to use when using a health promotion approach in the clinical setting.

Creating integrative work: A qualitative study of how massage therapists work with existing clients

Fortune, L. D., & Hymel, G. M. (2015). Creating integrative work: A qualitative study of how massage therapists work with existing clients. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 19(1), 25–34.

Classified Massage Therapy Research

Association of Massage Therapists. (2015). Classified Massage Therapy Research.

Recent advances in massage therapy--a review

Liu, S. L., Qi, W., Li, H., Wang, Y. F., Yang, X. F., Li, Z. M., … Cong, D. Y. (2015). Recent advances in massage therapy--a review. European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, 19(20), 3843–3849.

RMT Profession