Medical and Health Care-Related Settings

As more and more consumers begin to understand the benefits of massage, opportunities for massage therapists to work within the health care community continue to rise. 

AMTA Career Success Series: "Working in a Health Care Environment"

Get  an insider’s look at what to expect in this unique setting in this 16-page guide. AMTA understands the importance of having a competitive edge in today’s job market. "Working in a Health Care Environment" gives tips on interviewing, average benefits and wages, areas for advancement, and more.

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Profiles of Massage Therapists

Integrating a Massage and Health Care Background
Where Do You Work? Teresa Hill
Where Do You Work? AMTA Member & Volunteer Paul Weston
Where Do You Work? Massage Therapy in Eldercare and Hospice
Where Do You Work? Practicing Massage Therapy in a Health Care   Setting
Launching a Hospital-based Massage Program

Massage Therapy Journal articles

Massage and the Medically Fragile Client
Come Together: Massage Therapy and Integrative Care
Massage + Fibromyalgia: The Right Touch
Massage Therapy and Alzheimer's Disease
The Hospital Environment

Integrating Your Skills: Integrative Health Services

AMTA's Online Continuing Education Courses

An Evidence-Based Guide to Treatment of Fibromyalgia for Massage Therapists
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Proactive, Non-surgical Approach
Massage for Active Seniors
Part 1: Cancer & Massage Therapy: Essential Contraindications
Part 2: Cancer & Massage Therapy: Contraindications and Cancer Treatment
Relieving Sciatica

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