Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Sports Massage (Part 4 of 5)

Sports Massage is becoming more and more popular, especially after the last Olympics. Many athletes use massage therapy to maintain peak performance and to help recover faster when they do succumb to an injury. Sports or athletic organizations, such as those that own sports teams, employ massage therapists for those same reasons.

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Healthcare (Part 3 of 5)

Are you drawn to the healing arts? Have you always wanted to work in the healthcare field? Would you like to provide your clients with a natural path towards healing? If so, there are many opportunities available in the healthcare industry after you graduate from massage therapy school.

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Hospitality (Part 2 of 5)

Would you like working in a fun and leisurely environment, like a cruise ship or resort? Or perhaps you’d enjoy a relaxed, yet sophisticated atmosphere such as a high-end salon to practice your skill? If these examples excite you more than working at a hospital or with athletes, working in the hospitality industry may be the ideal career path for you.

Career Paths for Massage Therapists: Overview (Part 1 of 5)

One of the many wonderful things about graduating from an accredited massage therapy school like ASIS Massage Education is the many opportunities ahead of you. In this 5-part series, we’ll discuss the different career paths available to you after graduation.

Reconstructive Surgery for the Treatment of Lymphedema?

TweetVarious surgical procedures for the treatment of lymphedema have been practiced for over a century and advancements in medical technologies have led to increased discussion of the role surgical treatment as an alternative or additional treatment option for a select group of patients affected by lymphedema. Recent research indicates that the surgical approach to . . . → Read More: Reconstructive Surgery for the Treatment of Lymphedema?