Massage therapy is a very viable adjunct therapy to be used in conjunction with medical protocol such as Physiotherapy, in aiding recovery, pain management, and stress reduction. Massage therapy acts directly upon the muscular, nervous, and circulatory systems to rehabilitate physical injuries and improve health.
Massage therapy is often recommended for, but not limited, to the following conditions:
Registered Massage Therapists must complete a minimum 2 year specialized education and training program at an accredited college. The curriculum requires rigorous study and a thorough understanding of related sciences such as pathology, neurology, anatomy, exercise, kinesiology, physiology, and clinical sciences. In Canada, all RMT’s must belong to a professional association (or governing body) that requires a standard of practice and follows a professional Code of Ethics. All RMT’s continue to maintain that standard through continuing education.
Registered Massage Therapists are extensively trained in a wide variety of techniques including:
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