Whitney Lowe’s Orthopedic & Clinical Massage

What you do makes a difference…you decide what kind of difference you want to make.”  Jane Goodall

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Massage is one of the most affordable and effective non-invasive treatments for musculoskeletal conditions. Ramp up your practice by becoming a master at treating a diversity of client pain and injury complaints. Showcase successful therapeutic solutions and watch your practice grow.

 

 

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Recent Posts

Nicole Miller - Working With Veterans

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Season 3 Highlights - Best of the Thinking Practitioner

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Guyon’s Canal Syndrome

Introduction: The median nerve travels through a soft-tissue tunnel at the base of the hand. Nerve eRead More

What We Might Learn From Sex (with Betty Martin)

Summary: What can we as bodyworkers can learn about intimacy, ethics, consent, touch, and boundariesRead More

Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos, Fascia, and Pain (with Tina Wang)

Summary: Does stiff fascia hurt because it's stiff? Why then is there pain with the softer-tissue paRead More

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