New York, NY, August 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Elisabeth Dicke, a former German physiotherapist, developed a systematic, scientifically based treatment method of connective tissue massage (or Bindegewebsmassage) which is now used throughout the world. "Connective Tissue Massage," recently published by Thieme, is a detailed reference guide to using connective tissue massage (CTM), the first of its kind in the English language. This book gives readers the principles, knowledge, and skills to successfully implement CTM into their daily practice.
“I wholeheartedly recommend this book! It is brilliantly designed with a solid clinical focus, in a user-friendly format.” -- Michael Masaracchio, PT, PhD, FAAOMPT, Associate Professor, Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY
Complete with treatment plans, indications and contraindications, and modern medical guidelines, this book is essential for all physical and massage therapists and osteopaths who want to successfully integrate CTM into their practices.
Connective Tissue Massage
Thieme Publishers, New York, Stuttgart. 2014
200 pp, 142 illustrations
eBook - Available from ebookstore.thieme.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iTunes
About the Authors
Roland Schiffter is Professor of Neurology and Former Head Physician, Vivantes Auguste-Viktoria Hospital and Vivantes Wenckebach Hospital, Berlin, Germany.
Elke Harms was a practising Physical and Massage Therapist in Oldenburg, Germany.
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