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Do you think spinal biomechanics should be taught in massage school?

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I taught at an All-Canadian Conference in Winnipeg a few years ago and was surprised at the passion workshop participants had for spinal biomechanics. One school owner told me they used Philip Greenman’s “Principles of Manual Medicine” osteopathic textbook in his 3rd year classes and it was one of their most popular courses.

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