Massage therapists treat clients by using touch to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. They reduce pain, help to rehabilitate injuries, increase circulation, increase relaxation, reduce stress, and promote the overall general well-being of the patient. Massage therapists typically speak with patients about symptoms, medical history, and their desired results. They evaluate clients, perform massage therapy to the soft tissues of the body, provide clients with stretching and strengthening routines, and document clients’ condition and progress.
$18K - 60K
- Academic Certificate: Program completion within 2 semesters