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Cost-saving ways your AMTA Membership helps you market your practice
Nov 4, 2014
Your AMTA membership can save you time and money in many ways! Are you taking advantage of the benefits that help you market your practice?
Message From AMTA President Nancy Porambo
Nov 4, 2014
This year has gone by fast and with each passing week as your President, I am able to witness the many spectacular facets of our organization.
Where Do You Work? Being an Independent Contractor
Nov 3, 2014
"Massage therapy is an art, so go out and paint," says Noelle Bonjour. Find out how a lifelong passion for massage has led to a successful career as an independent contractor.
Where Do You Work? Massage in Hospice Care
Oct 1, 2014
Find out how Kathleen Clayton's background as a massage therapist has helped shape her career as a hospice nurse.
Foundation News - October 2014
Oct 1, 2014
Read more about Team MTF, new grant opportunities, and more.
Experience AMTA: Q&A With Dr. Oz
Sep 3, 2014
AMTA National Convention keynote speaker Dr. Oz discusses his history with massage therapy as well as the future of the profession.
Where Do You Work? A Focus on Research
Sep 3, 2014
Niki Munk, LMT, Ph.D., began her career with a desire to help older adults through massage. Dr. Munk focuses on evidence-based research for massage therapy and its effectiveness on pain and function across the life course.
FY 13/14 Annual Report and Year in Review
Aug 7, 2014
Experience what makes AMTA different. Your practice, your profession and your individual success are at the core of every decision and new initiative with which AMTA moves forward. In fact, this member-first approach is reflected in our financial strategy.
Where Do You Work? Sports Massage and Soft Tissue Therapy
Aug 4, 2014
Find out how former Chapter President Bob McAtee has grown personally and professionally as a member of AMTA.
Reminder to Watch for Email Scams
Jul 1, 2014
There are many email scams that target massage therapists. Unfortunately, some of these use the name AMTA to appear more legitimate and others actually use AMTA’s Find a Massage Therapist® national locator service to email individual members.
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