Humber Massage Therapy students won first and second place in the Student Case Report Contest with the RMTAO (Registered Massage Therapist Association of Ontario).
First place went to Amanda Chu and Alexia Emslie for their submission of Effects of Massage Therapy on Concussion Related Symptoms. Second place went to Ashley Slaney and Maddy Hunt for their submission of Impact of Massage Therapy on Premenstural Syndrome and Primary Dysmenorrhea.
"It is great to see that even after our grads have left, their desire to be contributing members to the profession remains strong," said Alex Kidd, one of the faculty members who supported the submissions through mentorship and supervision in the internship. "Both groups put in countless hours to finalize their research papers in order to represent Humber and themselves at the highest level."
The winning abstracts will be published in the RMTAO’s Massage Therapy Today summer publication.