Trends and outlook for massage therapy profession Like other professions in health care and beyond, massage therapy is always evolving. To take the current pulse, we decided to check in with experts across the country about the trends they are seeing and what these trends could mean for the future of the industry.
RMTs find career fulfillment in spa practice Rob Leduc likes to take a hands-on approach in his work. The founder of Dynamic Wellness Massage, he applies his skills as a registered massage therapist (RMT) to clinical, sports and corporate massage treatment therapies for high-powered clients, and in his spa practice he uses his knowledge to help release stress while making clients feel pampered.
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Integrating health care: One-on-one with Susan Chapelle RMT, researcher and international speaker Susan Chapelle sits down with Massage Therapy Canada and offers her thoughts on inter-professional collaboration, the future of research and the growth of the profession.
Too small for tech – think again If your practice is competing with other practitioners for clients, and you really want to grow your revenue and profits, why should the size of your practice matter when choosing to use technology to enhance your business?