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Adding to the comprehension and valuation for back rub treatment. ... 2. Foster back rub treatment activities that serve populaces in need ...
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Meet YOUR Massage Therapy Foundation 2009 Ontario Massage Trade Conference

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Our Mission To propel the information and routine of back rub treatment by supporting exploratory examination, training, and group administration.

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Guiding Principles The Foundation focuses on: • Upholding the standards of generosity. • Contributing to the comprehension and valuation for back rub treatment. • Increasing the Foundation\'s impact, validity, and perceivability in wellbeing and health. • Sustaining the Foundation\'s authoritative viability. • Fostering the soul of joint effort.

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Goals 1. Advance exploration on helpful back rub and bodywork 2. Foster back rub treatment activities that serve populaces in need 3. Advance examination education and limit in the calling 4. Support the confirmation educated routine of remedial back rub and bodywork based upon accessible examination, customer elements, and specialist experience and judgment 5. Brace the Foundation\'s monetary assets and hierarchical viability

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Granting History Since 1993… $603,496.99 has been honored universally in stipend cash for all around outlined investigative examination that mirrors the way knead treatment and bodywork are rehearsed, research that adds to the calling\'s developing assemblage of information and very much educated touch. $301,735.55 has been recompensed globally in award cash to group based grassroots and built up associations to help with having any kind of effect and conveying rub treatment administrations to individuals in need.

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Fundraising a 2008 Snapshot

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Fundraising a 2008 Snapshot $2,600 of our 2008 gathering pledges originated from CANADIAN people or associations. Much obliged to you.

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AMTA Support in 2009 $121,321 money stipend $374, 479 in-kind backing

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How We Spend Funds That We Raise… at least 75% of aggregate gathered pledges reserves goes towards conceding A most extreme of 20% goes to organization at least 5% goes to the gift

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RESEARCH… A back rub specialist performs seat rub on an immature young lady. From the 2008 financed "Win Hands On: Incorporating Massage into an Adolescent Program to Reduce Risk of Diabetes".

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RESEARCH Canadian Participation Since 1993, FIVE examination grantees have been from Canada, including most as of late Marja Verhoef, from the University of Calgary in 2008: "Distinct Combined-Methods Study of Alberta\'s CAM Manual Therapists"

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2009 Research Grantee JoEllen M. Sefton Auburn University Auburn, Alabama "Impact of Massage Therapy on Postural Control in Older Persons" $29,972

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2009 Research Grantee "Impact of Massage Therapy on Postural Control in Older Persons" In persons more seasoned than 65 years old, falls are the essential driver of inadvertent demise, diminished portability and freedom, and expanded dismalness. This study will evaluate 40 sound volunteers in the 55-75 age bunch who will be randomized into a non-knead control and a back rub treatment bunch. Follow-up evaluations will be finished for three weeks after the medicines stop so it can be resolved to what extent any progressions are kept up. In the event that back rub treatment demonstrates to enhance parity and postural control it could be used as a safe and non-pharmacological precaution treatment for falls in more seasoned populaces.

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2009 Research Grantee Jerrilyn Cambron, LMT, DC, PhD National University of Health Sciences Lombard, Illinois " Feasibility Study of a Massage Therapy Research Network (MassageNet)" $30,000

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2009 Research Grantee Feasibility Study of a Massage Therapy Research Network (MassageNet) The motivation behind this anticipate is to start an imaginative multisite, multistate hone based Massage Therapy Research Network (MassageNet) that will at last grow the assemblage of information in the back rub calling and set up systems to guarantee that new learning is incorporated into back rub rehearse. The main period of the task will incorporate improvement of the framework of the MassageNet. The second stage will include: (1) a specialist review evaluating individual demographics, rub training, innovation usage and states of mind, and research interests; (2) a customer overview surveying individual demographics, explanation behind getting knead care, past involvement with back rub care, impacts of consideration, and fulfillment with treatment. The MassageNet base will prompt various practice-based activities and also improved correspondence between back rub specialists and analysts.

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COMMUNITY SERVICE A mother back rubs her baby. From the 2008 financed venture "Expanding Mother-Infant Interaction, Decreasing Depression: Teaching Infant Massage to Mothers with Symptoms of Postpartum Depression" that occurred at Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago.

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2009 Community Service Grantee Susan Ann Raszewski Immune Enhancement Project Abilene, Texas "Rub Does a Body Good" $4,998.55 Sponsored to some extent by a stipend to the Foundation from Biotone

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2009 Community Service Grantee Massage Does a Body Good The experts executing this activity will take back rub to country Texas by holding 10 rub treatment occasions over a one-year period. Focused on customers will be grown-ups matured 60 and more established, with need given to the individuals who have handicaps or are living in country territories with constrained access to administrations. Additionally included will be family parental figures of any age who are looking after grown-ups over age 60, and people matured 55 or more who are the relatives and family guardians of youngsters matured 18 or more youthful. The objective of this effort task is to instruct an expected 50 to 100 individuals about the wellbeing advantages of back rub treatment.

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2009 Community Service Grantee April Grant Congreso de Latinos Unidos Philadelphia, Pennsylvania "Recuperating Hands for HIV/AIDS" $5,000 Sponsored to some degree by an award to the Foundation from Biotone

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2009 Community Service Grantee Healing Hands for HIV/AIDS This anticipate—facilitated by the congress\' Esfuerzo project—will bring knead treatment and its insusceptible boosting components to those living with HIV/AIDS. As of April 2009, Esfuerzo was serving 171 customers (basically Puerto Rican) with a yearly objective of 300 customers by 2010. This group has the most reduced middle pay of any ethnic gathering in the city and is profoundly influenced by the HIV/AIDS pestilence. Because of this give, a back rub advisor will give nearby seat or table back rub each Thursday for four hours starting September 2009 and proceeding for a year. Venture pioneers envision that the project will advantage 50 to 100 customers amid the gift period.

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2009 Community Service Grantee Shane Convery Project PAEAN/Breathing Project San Francisco, California "Assistance Community Massage" $5,000

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2009 Community Service Grantee Helping Hands Community Massage The Immune Enhancement Project (IEP) will give knead treatment to underserved individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other unending, possibly life debilitating sicknesses. Over a one-year period, specialists will give general month to month back rubs to at-danger, low pay customers who live with impairing and perpetual disease, especially HIV/AIDS, tumor, and dysfunctional behavior. An expected 336 back rub sessions will be sans given of charge, in no less than four nearby wellbeing centers. The relating assessment procedure will comprise of self-reporting, correlation of pre-and post-program baselines and professional evaluation.

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2009 Community Service Grantee Jennifer Greene Kaleida Health/Women and Children\'s Hospital of Buffalo, New York "Bonding with Baby Program" $4,992 Sponsored to some degree by an award to the Foundation from Biotone

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2009 Community Service Grantee Bonding with Baby Program The Bonding with Baby program gives guardians safe space to concentrate on themselves and their infant while learning newborn child knead procedures. Greene will give outreach administrations to focus on all new moms who conveyed babies at WCHOB and in addition fathers and guardians with improved effort to support cooperation of mothers from high hazard situations. An expected 60 guardians and their babies will go to four week after week 1.5-hour classes the primary month of the project and catch up refresher classes three months after the fact and after six months. Guardians will likewise take in the notice signs for post birth anxiety and profit from baby rub as an effective component in human holding.

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EDUCATION Three victors from the 2009 Student Case Report Contest were from Cortiva Seattle. From left to right: Amy Hanson, Monica Hocklander, John Sherwin, and Michael Hamm (Faculty Advisor) Photo civility of Jim Bennett.

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Student Case Report Contest Launched in 2005 Supports the Foundation\'s conviction that training about exploration will fabricate a more profound valuation for back rub treatment. Advances research proficiency in back rub treatment schools by coordinating exploration into schools\' current projects. With the backing and participation of schools, understudies figure out how to compose an examination case report and at the same time start to join research into their practice propensities. Prizes include: Cash for to begin with, second and third place champs Publication opportunities Opportunity to show at AMTA National Convention Opportunity to exhibit at Highlighting Massage Therapy in CIM Research gathering Annual Deadline: March first

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Student Case Report Contest Canadian Participation Did you know? In 2008, THREE Student Case Report Winners originated from the Kine Concept Institute in Ottawa, including the Gold Award champ. In 2007, the Gold Award victor originated from Kine Concept in Ottawa, and a noteworthy notice originated from Fleming

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