Session 36 Debating On Social Media
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Does a day go by when you don't either see a "debate" occurring on socials, or even find yourself preparing to wade in on one side or another?  Especially in the world of massage and manual therapy, this seems to have become the norm and we at The Massage Collective certainly like to participate too!  But on reflection, what does this achieve?  What do we even think we're setting out to achieve?  And, like some recent papers in Science have questioned, is social media really the best way to be furthering scientific debate when limitations on characters exist and the algorit ..read more
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Social Media for Therapy Business with Katie Warburton
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Social Media - now there's a mine field.  As massage therapists we're generally brilliant at what we do - massage!  We never trained in social media.  We've all got profiles on various platforms, but how do you ensure personal and business play nicely and convey the right messaging to potential clients?  Over to Katie Warburton, the ISRM's resident social media guru, soft tissue therapist, owner of Hands On Health (http://www.handsonhealthsheffield.com/) and all round super woman! Katie takes us through her approach to social media, what she's learnt about what works and wh ..read more
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Social Media - a tool for Education?
The Massage Matters Podcast
by Massage Matters
2M ago
Yes, we're back!  After a bit of a break we're back in the "studio" with a new format.  We're now producing 3 pods a month, two short 15 minute sound-bites, ideal for lunch breaks, and one longer form because we just have too much to say!  This month we're diving into Social Media for Massage Therapists, perhaps a bit of a departure from the norm for us but, as we explore in this first short episode, it plays a huge part in how we as therapists learn, grow and interact with both our clients and our colleagues.  Let us know what you think of the new format and we'll see you ..read more
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Session 33 - Making Sh*t Up with Greg Lehman
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Greg quite literally wrote the course on reconciling biomechanics with modern pain science, and brings to MSK an unique blend of professional qualifications and scientific literacy that makes him an absolute gem!  So of course we jumped at the chance to have him on the podcast for a totally free flowing conversation.  So join us as Greg weaves through topics such as reconceptualising flare-ups of pain, the lack of consistency in sham testing in MSK research, how to discuss adaptability and being confident in the presence of pain. Find more of Greg's content and blogs here, and in par ..read more
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Session 32 - San Diego Pain Summit Preview, with Rajam Roose
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
A 3-day conference in San Diego, during a wet and miserable February back home in England?  Where do we sign up?! Yes, Matt has managed to finagle his way to attending the 2022 San Diego Pain Summit - but what is it, and why is it such an important conference?  Rajam Roose, former massage therapist and founder and CEO of The San Diego Pain Summit, joins The Massage Collective to fill us in on the history of the summit - how it grew from the need for an event where participants could learn clinically relevant applications of pain research, how getting the first years Keynote speaker ..read more
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Session 31 - Communication in Clinic, with The LD Physio
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Communication skills.  One of those "soft skills" that we often give no more than a fleeting thought to - until we realise we lack them in a given context.  And an aspect of clinical practice that is given almost no consideration or air-time in a large proportion of massage related courses.  So after such a strong response to Session 30's CPD focus, where communication skills were discussed as a valuable place to spend some development time, we reached out to one of the experts.  Alistair Beverley is known as The LD Physio because he specialises with working with population ..read more
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Session 30 - Why Bother With CPD?
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
It's 2022, and rather than suggest all the new and exciting things we all aught to be doing as Therapists in this period of resolutions and "new year, new you" Becky and Matt provide some thoughts on CPD.  Continuing Professional Development (CE for our international colleagues) is such a ubiquitous term in massage therapy that it's intent, and what it entails has almost become lost in the rush to book onto courses and add new modalities to the toolbox.   So taking a leaf from the excellent Jo Turners "You Matter" podcasts latest episode (which you should all go and listen to immedia ..read more
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Session 29 - Psychologically Informed Practice with Daniel Arbilla
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Psychologically Informed Practice - you might have come across the term, but what is it?   How can you start to apply it in clinic?  WHY should you start to apply it in clinic?  Daniel Arbilla is an Exercise Physiologist based in Sydney, Australia and visits the podcast to discuss all this and more with Anna Maria and Matt.      From the similarities and differences between Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), to asking the question, "If someone is riding a horse and they think that it's a unicorn, are they s ..read more
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Session 28 - Why Every Clinic Needs A Personal Trainer with Josh Mullin, Therapy Live Sport 2021
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
Live from Therapy Live Sport 2021, Matt hosts Josh Mullin (PT Toolbox, https://www.pttoolbox.co.uk/, Southend Personal Trainer Academy, https://southendptacademy.co.uk/) as they discuss Why Every Clinic Needs A Personal Trainer.  Covering the similarities and differences between massage and PT disciplines, the challenges of quality education and evidence based practice in each industry, plus the benefits of closer collaboration between PT's and the broader MSK multidisciplinary team approach - this is a chat that will get you up and out, and inviting your local PT for a collaborative coff ..read more
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Session 27 - Ben Cormack Asks "What Is "Treatment"?"
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by Massage Matters
2M ago
With his multimodal approach to musculoskeletal healthcare, Ben Cormack is perfectly suited to diving into the practical and philosophical ideas around the thing we call "treatment".  Whilst we probably all default to the idea that treatment is the modality that we provide to the client (eg massage, dry needles etc), the complexity of the person in pain, their context and their goals means that perhaps we need to reassess exactly what treatment is and how we deliver it in our clinics.  Matt, Anna Maria and Ben cover a wide range of concepts and ideas, ensuring that they deliver pract ..read more
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