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What Is Client Management?

What Is Client Management?

Patient management has been standardly applied in chiropractic and osteopathy for some time to help manage patients' care with greater certainty and effectiveness. It's now becoming more popular in the massage profession.  In this short article, we'll take a look at some of the ways managing your clients' care applies clinical reasoning and assessment skills in practical ways to better monitor and guide your clients' care.  So exactly does "client management" mean? It's an umbrella term that embraces all aspects of managing your clients’ care.  In a nutshell, it applies a series of procedures and client communications that work in an orchestrated manner...

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Are You Taking Professional-Quality SOAP Notes in YOur Massage Practice?

Are You Taking Professional-Quality SOAP Notes in YOur Massage Practice?

If you’re a Massage Therapist it’s important for you to know how to take high-quality SOAP notes. Why is it important? Because taking high-quality SOAP Notes the way true professionals ought to reflects heavily upon your professionalism and ensures you are keeping legally-acceptable documentation. The chances are, you have not been taught how to gather the right evidence-based information and properly use it to accurately keep proper SOAP note documentation. To alleviate this problem I custom-designed a book, which is basically a "course," specifically for Massage Therapists that teaches you how to confidently take SOAP notes that are aligned with ones that...

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How to Stay Impassioned About Practicing

How to Stay Impassioned About Practicing

Every practitioner faces the same challenge: how do we stay passionate about our work?

The key is to be crystal clear WHY you are doing what you are doing.

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What Causes Post-Surgical and Other Pain?

What Causes Post-Surgical and Other Pain?

A highly seasoned, well-respected practitioner asked our massage & bodywork group to describe what might have caused her to experience pain and protective feelings following her abdominal surgery. It seems most likely that they resulted from the pain and trauma memory she experienced before and after the procedure when her anesthesia wore off. In such cases involving surgery, or most any other tissue-nervous system insult, the pain she experiences is not just "caused" by her brain. What actually occurs is the insult to her nervous system that happened at the site, stimulates receptors to send action potential signals which go to...

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What are Programs of Care?

What are Programs of Care?

We share three common goals and values:  1. Provide the best care we can. 2. Increase professional respect and credibility. 3. Receive satisfying financial rewards. How come every practitioner doesn’t achieve this the way they wish? My practice once struggled until learning how to turn things around. What was the key ingredient? While practitioners have different ways of attaining professional satisfaction and financial success, two things propelled me:  1. Implementing programs of care. 2. Generating huge numbers of quality referrals without having to promote or advertise.  In this brief article, we’ll talk about programs of care. What exactly is a...

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