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What do Massage Therapists do? Massage therapists can specialize in over 80 different types of massage, called modalities. Massage therapists work in an array of settings both private and public: private offices, studios, hospitals, nursing homes, fitness centers, and sports medicine facilities. Most States and the District of Columbia have laws regulating massage therapy in some way. Massage Therapist is one of U.S. News and World Report "100 Best Jobs of 2013."
Education and Training: Massage therapy programs are typically found in career colleges and can require 500 hours of study or more to complete. A high school diploma or equivalent degree is usually required for admission. Massage therapy programs generally cover subjects such as anatomy; physiology, the study of organs and tissues; kinesiology, the study of motion and body mechanics.
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