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One of the most daunting tasks for massage therapists has been trying to get insurance companies to cover massage therapy sessions. As of 2014, that ongoing battle may be at least partially resolved when certain aspects of the Affordable Health Care Act come into play. Learn more about how the ch... Read more.
"Charging differently for a client who is obese walks a very fine line of inappropriateness." Read more.
By understanding why many people request working with female therapists, male bodyworkers can be proactive in leveling out the bodywork gender bias. Read more.
As of January 1, 2013 the NCBTMB credential of “National Certification” was retired and the “Board Certification” credential was introduced. Taking some NCBTMB-certified massage therapists by surprise, these changes have caused a lot of confusion. Find out the answers to some commonly ask... Read more.
"Whether you are starting out or have some years of experience, don’t let an employer take unfair advantage of you." Read more.
Each modality in massage therapy has its own set of theories and beliefs. Most are not unique to that particular modality, and many of them overlap. Some use ideas and techniques from Eastern or Western cultural traditions, and some incorporate a bit from each tradition. Learning about the use of... Read more.
By using these five suggestions for approaching medical professionals, massage therapists can cultivate valuable relationships with their local physicians. Read more.
"When I first began practicing massage therapy, back in the mid-70s, when legitimate therapeutic massage wasn’t so commonplace as it has become, I had a young male client who assumed he was there to receive more." Read more.
- Massage Therapy and the Affordable Health Care Act
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- Male Massage Therapist Bias
- NCBTMB: New Changes Bring Big Confusion
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- The Elements of Massage
- Fostering Relationships Between Physicians and Massage Therapists
- Real Life Stories: When Clients Want Sexual Favors
Massage Therapists Poll
Previous Poll Results
Q: Have you ever worked for a corrupt or unethical employer?
74% - Yes
26% - No