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May 28, 2019
In this brand new course, find out what you need to know about insurance reimbursement and if it makes sense for you and your massage therapy business. Explore how to work with insurers and other healthcare payors on reimbursements.
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Take this popular new course by Susan Salvo, and learn how pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period affect women. Understand the problems that can occur and the appropriate techniques for each phase. Recognize contraindications and specific needs for high-risk pregnancies.
Gain a comprehensive overview of ethical practice in this new course. Learn how you can build strong, trusting relationships with your clients. Explore ethical dilemmas, and how to resolve them to maintain a safe, successful practice.
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