This group is dedicated to formulating a good knowledge base from which MT's can obtain a high level of understanding of the condition and how best to treat the fibromyalgia client seeking their help. See More
Lying on the floor with tennis balls on both sides of the spine will help to loosen the muscles. Work them up and down the back. Lying on your side you can position ballsjust above the pelvis to help loosen. They can even be used to work…"
This group is designed to link massage therapistswith each other to trade massage time. We allneed to receive massage for our wellbeing andphysical health but also to share in techniques and knowledge.See More
"Many of my clients have discussed massage therapy many times prior to getting on my table. They have trouble believing that massage therapy may help when pain medsand physical therapy have failed to help. I have clients complete a intake form. I…"
POINT. CLICK. MASSAGE. We help connect massage therapists with new clientele, whether it's helping you fill open appointment times or giving you more exposure via our website hence, bringing new clients to your business
"Hello everyone. I stay quite busy I work full time as a RN and have a home office in which I provide therapeutic massage. I am always interested in exchanging massages with other therapists. I get one massage a month, but could use more."
Hi Ken, Sorry it took me so long to respond. I haven't been on this site in forever! I have not had computer access! I would love to trade massage if you are in the area sometime. Just call me 269-779-2084. Thanks, Joan
Little did I know way back in 81 when I graduated nursing school that I would turn into a myofascial pain specialist. Due to a horrible MVA in 94, I had no choice but to learn about every therapy modality from head to toe to relieve my own pain. Massage sets people free!
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Please help me compile this information. I'd like more than a 1,000 if possible. Sure it is!
Your participation is MOST appreciated.
Remember you do not have to answer all the questions and Page 2 is "optional". Page two is for those employed only, NOT Self Employed!The survey company automatically includes Page 2 and I was unable to edit or delete. SO it IS OPTIONAL!
Pass it on to your colleagues too.
The intention is to publish this research to assist
Future LMT's, educators, employers and anyone else interested in the statistics of the massage industry!
I want to give you a voice to share your thoughts and experiences.
The Survey will end November 29, 2009
Updates will be posted on this discussion throughout the survey and final results will be provided once all information is compiled and reviewed.