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Posted by: Mike Colquhoun, 19 Mar 2008 3:43PM
Please do not use the forums to advertise courses.

Read some research to-day


Mike Colquhoun
19 Mar 2008 3:48PM

Back again because I failed to point out that to copy a link you only need highlight the text and then press ctrl+c and to patse it ctrl+V saves hours of laborious copying out. Have fun Mike
Angela Rawlins
11 Aug 2008 4:41PM

Thanks Michael I'll certainly have a look. Looked at your previous post!!!!!!!!! Sounds like he is in need of one himself!
Denise Garrett
26 Oct 2014 10:36AM

Mike, thank you so much for posting this article with informative links and I totally agree with your comments. I have enjoyed researching as much as giving therapies and have come to the conclusions if you want to be good at what you do, you have to have knowledge and this can only be done by researching yourself. You have set the ball in motion and the only comment I would make is, can this article and others, like it, be posted where us therapists are more likely to notice it! Keep them coming.
Mike Colquhoun
26 Oct 2014 6:18PM

Hi Denise Angela posted after 5 months and you after six years, I don't think anyone is really interested but as a first step my web site is shall we be kind and say individual, but does contain loads of information and the results of years of resarch. www.muskelym.com all FREE! Yours aye Mike
Denise Garrett
27 Oct 2014 5:09PM

Thank you, I'm interested in finding out more. Considering I'm new'ish to the CThA and the World of Complimentary Medicine, I've done pretty well in finding you and thanks to the CThA you're still visible, just!
Angela Rawlins
27 Oct 2014 5:21PM

Hi I'm still listening Mike :)) thanks for your link
Mike Colquhoun
29 Oct 2014 5:53PM

Hi both of you well one or two more links I like. https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england. lots of info on mundane subjects we need. http://www.meresearch.org.uk/ http://www.maneyonline.com/action/showPublications?category=40163366 http://www.rheumatologynetwork.com/ http://www.anatomyexpert.com/structure_detail/5/980/ for identifying bits http://www.ingentaconnect.com/ http://www.springer.com/medicine/orthopedics/journal/12178 Probably the most useful to myself http://www.uclh.nhs.uk/Pages/home.aspx http://visiblehuman.epfl.ch/intapplet.php You must look at this INDISPENSABLE, by the way do you know Patients can have a copy of their MRI scan for as little £10 but they have to ask the right department. http://www.massageprofessionals.com/group/thethirdiinternationalfasciaresearchcongress an entry point into a huge subject http://www.bodyworkmovementtherapies.com/issues http://www.ijtmb.org/index.php/ijtmb/issue/archive and don't forget You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzgxYpDyO0M Tensegrity explained simply http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKRFYQ3--dY a starting point for Gunter Von Hagens' many videos That'll keep you busy for awhile Angela you must have some good ones, Denise you've also been looking at some where? Yours aye Mike
Denise Garrett
3 Nov 2014 9:07AM

Hi Mike Thank you so much for these! This is brilliant and I'm so glad I found you. My contribution is nothing compared to your knowledge and no doubt you know these already however, here are mine and when I find more, I'll post them. http://www.reflexology4backpain.com/ http://www.touchpoint.dk/xdoc/wss/74/docs/289/Infertility_lecture_2003.pdf http://drlwilson.com/index.htm http://www.reflexology-research.com/ www.mercola.com http://www.ted.com/ http://www.cedarsandroses.com/edema-disappears-in-one-reflexology-treatment/ Good health to you, both. Denise
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