Medical Massage Online Schools

Michael Bustamante
 


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Medical Massage Schools offer online programs that teach the fundamentals of full body medical massage, which includes orthopedic massage and sports massage. Students can get the basic techniques of deep tissue, chiropractic, and craniosacral massage and much more, through online medical massage instruction.

Medical massage is the kneading of soft tissue, connective tissue, and ligaments of the body, and a wonderful tool for relieving discomfort of back and neck pain, stress, tension, fatigue, insomnia, and for stimulating circulation to heal muscle injury. Medical massage manipulates and relaxes soft tissue and stimulates organ activity, resulting in adjustments in energy and promotion of general physical health. Both a science and an art, massage increases physical and mental awareness and relaxes the body to reduce stress, adjust balance, increase vitality, and facilitate general wellbeing.

Online medical massage study may include basic anatomy and physiology, techniques of massage through visual aids, components of quality touch, CPR, and first aid. Onsite classroom study will likely be required to complete the medical massage therapy degree programs. Some Online Medical Massage Schools offer continuing education courses for practicing massage therapists to further their knowledge of techniques and developing technologies.

Medical massage therapy has gained the respect and acceptance of medical professions, and has been incorporated into conventional medical treatment. Patients, amateur and professional athletes, and others seek medical massage therapy, often called sports massage for relief of stress and pain, to enhance performance, and to recover from injury. Career opportunities are growing. Medical massage positions are available in private practice, physicians’ offices, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, health clubs, with sports teams, and at sporting events. Spas and vacation resorts often request services of a medical massage therapist, and even cruise ships may seek this service.

If you are interested in learning more about Online Medical Massage Schools and other types of schools, please search our site for more information and resources.

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