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WC Massage Team
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FAQs from Editors Who Write In
Do you accept articles on specific massage techniques?
Yes, we welcome articles on specific massage techniques. Share your expertise to help our readers. Make sure your article is well-researched and factual. Include references if possible. Thank you for considering a submission.
Do you accept case studies related to massage outcomes?
Yes, we welcome case studies focused on massage outcomes. These offer valuable insights into the effectiveness of various techniques. Make sure your case study is well-researched and backed by data. It should be between 800 to 1,200 words. Submit your work for review, and we’ll let you know if it’s a fit for our audience.1
Is it okay to write about massage oils and tools?
Yes, writing about massage oils and tools is welcome. Focus on their benefits, uses, and relevance in massage therapy. Make sure the information is accurate and helpful. Thank you for your interest.
Can I discuss the anatomy related to massage?
Yes, you can discuss anatomy related to massage. We find that articles about muscle groups, pressure points, and body systems add value. Make sure your content is accurate and cited from reliable sources. It helps both students and professionals understand massage better.2
- Carlson, N. K. “How to Write a 1000 Word Article in 45 Minutes.” Medium, February 28, 2020. https://medium.com/the-brave-writer/how-to-write-a-1000-word-article-in-45-minutes-d689f2878a1f.
- “LibGuides: Citing Sources: Overview.” Overview – Citing sources – LibGuides at MIT Libraries. Accessed October 4, 2023. https://libguides.mit.edu/citing.