Massage Beneficial in Oncology Care

Article source – American Massage Therapy Association Integration of massage therapy into cancer care relieves pain and improves mood in cancer patients and caregivers Recent studies show massage therapy can reduce pain, stress, nausea, depression, distress,...

Massage for Pain & Anxiety in Cancer Patients

Article source – American Massage Therapy Association New Research Analysis Indicates Massage Therapy Shows Promise for Pain & Anxiety in Cancer Patients Massage therapy shows promise for reducing pain intensity/severity, fatigue, and anxiety in cancer...

Massage Therapy Research Roundup, Volume 2

Article source – American Massage Therapy Association Everyone knows that a good massage can make you feel like a new person. And now, people of all ages are beginning to understand the many benefits of massage therapy, including the role it can play in overall...

Massage Therapy for Pain Management

Research Supports Massage Therapy for Pain Management Article source – American Massage Therapy Association Massage therapy, compared to no treatment, should be strongly recommended as a pain management option. Massage therapy is conditionally recommended for reducing...

Massage Therapy for Surgical Pain

New Research Analysis Indicates Value of Massage Therapy for Surgical Pain article source – American Massage Therapy Association Based on the evidence, massage therapy can be effective for reducing pain intensity/severity and anxiety in patients undergoing...

Lifestyle Tips for Managing Lymphedema

Lifestyle Tips for Managing Lymphedema Written by Simone Gampel, RD, CDE – published November 29, 2017 Lymphedema is a common side effect that may affect a cancer survivor months or even years after treatments such as surgery or radiation therapy. As part of the...