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Massage Consumers and COVID-19

Amidst all of the uncertainty, massage consumers continue to value both the benefits of massage and their relationship with the therapist. 
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Managing Stress During COVID-19

Take steps to manage stress and improve well-being, even while social distancing.
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Alliance to Advance Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management Symposium

Massage Therapy Foundation President, Doug Nelson represents AMTA and the massage profession at the Alliance to Advance Comprehensive Integrative Pain Management (AACIPM) virtual symposium. 
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AMTA 2020 National Convention Canceled

AMTA has decided to cancel the 2020 National Convention. 
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AMTA Launches Redesigned Website

This new website will give users easier access to tools, resources and information, especially important at this time.
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COVID-19 Resources for Massage Therapists

Get the latest news on COVID-19 and the massage therapy profession.
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COVID-19 Financial Resources and Relief

Access resources and information about financial relief for small businesses and individuals due to COVID-19.
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Top Benefits of 2019

Get the most out of your membership with these top benefits of 2019.
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Top CE of 2019

Find out which CE courses were the top sellers in 2019.
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2019 Year in Review

Explore the accomplishments AMTA achieved in 2019.
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The US Pain Foundation Recommends Massage Therapy

The U.S. Pain Foundation, with input from AMTA, has recommended the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services take a multidisciplinary care approach to pain, including massage therapy.
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AMTA Wins 2019 Gold Circle Award for Excellence in Association Communications

Learn about our Gold Circle award for our opioids campaign.
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AMTA Meets with VA and Medicaid Offices

AMTA volunteer and staff representatives met with Veterans Affairs and Medicaid offices to promote massage therapy.
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Rhode Island Passes New Massage Therapy Bill

The Governor of Rhode Island recently signed a bill that improves standards for the massage therapy profession.
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New Florida Law Requires Public Education on Massage for Pain

Florida has taken a major step toward recognizing massage as an accepted approach to pain management.
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