Lecture Topic: Current Research Findings for Massage Therapist – Integrating Research Findings Into Your Practice
Learn about the current research findings in the field of massage therapy, injury and wound repair, pain science and fascia research. This fast-paced class meets the NCBTMB requirement for Research Methods and Findings.
Pete Whitridge has been a licensed massage therapist since 1998. He teaches “Myofascial Components of Pain” workshops throughout the Southeast, as well as Florida Law, Ethics and Business Building classes. Pete compfour-yearour year term on the Florida Board of Massage Therapy, serving two years as Charman. Pete is a faculty member at several massage schools around the country and is a frequent speaker for FSMTA chapter meetings as well as AMTA, FSMTA and FCA conventions. Pete received the Charles Canfield Award form FSMTA in 2004 for service and dedication to the massage profession. He was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2016 at the World Massage Festival. Pete is a founder and PAst President of the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education (AFMTE) and has dedicated his career to helping establish high standards in massage therapy education. Pete has always encouraged therapists to “take the next step”. He lives in Fort Pierce, Florida with his wife (and editor) Lee. They travel frequently and would love to visit your town. They are available to teach Myofascial classes, Aromatherapy, and Business Building classes in your area.