Schools of Medical Massage
The School of Medical Massage train career-oriented students so that they may become licensed massage therapists in the State of Ohio and enter into the healthcare profession. A Campus Program.
Why You Should Consider a Career in Massage Therapy?
- #1 In Job Growth
The Health Care profession will experience an 80% growth rate in the next decade (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- Employment Opportunities
Licensed Massage Therapists (LMT's) are employed at private massage clinics, chiropractic and pain management centers, physician's offices, hospitals and wellness centers, day spas, corporations, resorts and hotels performing both medical and relaxation/therapeutic massage.
- Be Your Own Boss
Flexible Hours. Control the hours you want to work. Work for a variety of businesses.
- High Demand
Millions of dollars are spent locally for development of Health and Wellness Centers incorporating massage Approximately 47 million Americans received a massage within the past year. (American Massage Therapy Association. Consumer survey - 2005).
- On the Cutting Edge of Preventative Medicine
The medical community has accepted massage therapy as a viable treatment of stress and other disorders.
We are a private, professional school, with the primary objective of training career-oriented students to obtain licensure in the State of Ohio as a licensed massage therapist. We also provide a continuing education to the licensed practitioner.
Our goals are to professionally educate the student in the field of massage therapy to enter the health profession, to promote critical thinking skills, and to impress upon the student an acute awareness of the medical benefits of massage therapy.
Student Massage Clinic
We believe that students must consistently practice what they learn in the classroom. In each of our locations, we have opened a student clinic, where our students benefit by working on their techniques in a professional atmosphere under the close supervision of a licensed massage therapist.
Financial Aid Available for Those Who Qualify.
Accredited by Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation.
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