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How a Massage Therapist can help peoples. What is their career option available in US?

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Asked by adoituy Friday Jul 30th 2010 in Career Planning
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The Massage Therapist plays an important role in the growing Health Care fields of preventative health care, fitness, and stress management. Massage Therapy students learn Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology of the body as it relates to soft tissue injury and treatment. Students engage in supervised "hands-on" training in traditional Swedish massage and other related modalities such as hydrotherapy, sports massage, deep tissue, chair massage, reflexology, aromatherapy, lymphatic drainage and spa treatments.

Every year, Massage Therapy attracts more and more attention for the many potential health benefits it offers. As the popularity of massage treatment increases, so does the demand for qualified Massage Therapists. Apollo College helps prepare fully trained therapists to take advantage of the growing career opportunities available to our graduates. The mission of our program is to prepare serious bodywork practitioners who offer a safe, positive, healing touch.

Check out this Website, excellent resource for Massage therapy career and Guidelines.
http://www.massageschoolsu.com/

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