“This is a limited yet meaningful list of authors and their literature who have had a profound impact on my practice over these 25 years. Please email or call if you have any questions or suggestions about articles that may best assist you with your current concerns.”
Aaronson, Naomi, (2007). Oncology rehab understanding breast cancer. New York.
Andes, K. (1995). A woman’s book of strength: An empowering guide to total mind/body fitness. New York: The Berkley Publishing Group.
Avakyan, G. (1990). Pressure and massage therapy to relieve fatigue. Advancing Clinical Care, 5, 5.
Benjamin, P.J., & Tappan, F.M. (2004). Tappan’s Handbook of Healing Massage Techniques.
D’Adamo, P.J. (1996). Eat right for your type: The individualized diet solution to staying healthy, living longer & achieving your ideal weight. New York: C.P. Putnam’s Sons.
Davis, M. (1989). The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook: Biofeedback.
Redmond: Self Regulation Systems.
DeLany, J.W. (1990). How pain hurts and why massage helps.
DelBel, John C. (2003). De-escalating workplace aggression. Nursing Management. 34(9) 30-34.
Ernst E. (2003). The safety of massage therapy. Rheumatology, 42, 1101-1106.
Ernst, E. (1999). Massage Therapy for Low Back Pain. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 17(1), 65-69.
Fritz, S. (1995). Mosby’s fundamentals of therapeutic massage. St. Louis: Mosby Lifeline.
Hopewell, B. (2001). Organizing genius/strategic stress management. Long Range Planning, 34(3), 401-403.
Kellgren J. (1947). Referred pain arising from muscle. Medical Research Council, 175-189.
Kelman H. (1963). Tension is not stress. Advances in Psychosomatic Medicine, 3.
Latey, P.J. (1997). Complexity and the changing individual. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 1 , 270-279.
Leibert M. (2003) Efficacy of massage therapy in chronic pain: a pragmatic randomized trial. The Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, 9, 837-846.
Mann, F. (1962). Acupuncture: The ancient chinese art of healing and how it works scientifically. New York: Vintage Books.
Martin, A.R. (1945). The body's participation in anxiety and dilemma phenomena. American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 15, 28-48.
McKechnie, A., Wilson F., Watson, A., & Scott, D. (1983). Anxiety states: a preliminary report on the value of connective tissue massage. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 27 (2), 125-129.
Miesler, Dietrich W. (1995). Massaging the elderly: geriatric massage techniques. Day-Break Productions.
Polubinski, Joseph P. & West, Laurie (2005). Implementation of a Massage Therapy Program in the Home Hospice Setting. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 30 (1), 104-106.
Rakel, B., Barr, J.O. (2003). Physical modalities in chronic pain management. The Nursing Clinics of North America, 38, 477-494.
Rojas, V.M. & Kleiner, B.H. (2001). The art and science of effective stress management. Management Research News. 24, 86-89.
Rolf, I. (1977). Rolfing: The integration of human structure. New York: Harper Row.
Smith. E.W.L. (1985). The body in psychotherapy. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
Snyder, M., Wieland, J. (2003). Complementary and alternative therapies: What is their place in the management of chronic pain? The Nursing Clinics of North America, 38, 495-508.
Tyler, K. (2003) Cut the stress. Human Resources Magazine. 48(5) 101-106.
Travell, J.G. & Simons, D.G. (1983). Myofascial pain and dysfunction: The trigger point manual. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins.
Vliet, E.L. (1995). Screaming to be heard: Hormonal connections women suspect… and doctors ignore. New York: M. Evans and Company, Inc..
Walach, H., Guthlin, C., Konig, M. (2003). Efficacy of massage therapy in chronic pain: A pragmatic randomized trial. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 9(6), 837-846.
Zappa SB, Cassileth BR (2003). Complementary Approaches to Palliative Oncological Care. Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 18 , 22 – 27
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