Use Your Training to Help Deliver Pain & Stress Relief with a Healing Touch
A career as a massage therapist allows students to enter a healing profession and work with an array of clientele.
The art and science of therapeutic massage is a branch of complementary healthcare that works to improve a person’s health and well-being through your hands-on manipulation of muscles and other soft tissues of the body.
Compassionate, self-motivated individuals are best suited for a career in therapeutic massage. There is an ever-increasing acceptance of massage as a holistic approach to healthcare and health maintenance and, as a result, your opportunities as a massage therapist will be abundant.
A clinical practicum experience in IBMC’s Student Massage Clinic is incorporated into training to provide you with skills needed to interact with clients.
Details About Program
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*Consult the course descriptions regarding certifications.
- Private practice
- Massage clinics
- Hotels & resorts
- Healthcare facilities
- Pain management centers
- Health & fitness clubs
- Day spas & salons
- Sports team facilities
Read more at: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook.*
*These are national statistics and not geographically assigned, for more information see IBMC’s Career Services Department.
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