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Clinical massage could be an avenue of challenging and enriching employment for the massage therapist who would like to work in a more medically oriented environment.
In this webinar you will learn:
1. First steps-what are they and how to take them
2. What are some of the stepping stones that could assist the start into the fast paced, and diverse field of hospitals, wellness centers, or doctor’s offices?
3. What are the some of the development skills or aspects of massage therapy that could be useful and a great addition to a medical practice?
4. How you can educate the medical professionals you MUST connect with
Lisa will address these objectives and share some of her vast personal experience and reveal some of the ways in which massage therapists can create and maintain a clinical massage practice in their communities.
Lisa Santoro is the founder of the massage program at the Center for Wellness in the University Health Services at Harvard University. She was the Director of Massage Training Programs at Boston Medical Center where she oversaw an Oncology Massage Training Program Internship in partnership with Cortiva-Boston massage school. Lisa is a long time instructor, massage therapist and certified lymphatic drainage specialist who recently moved to California. She will be starting a new clinical massage program at one of the San Francisco area hospitals focusing on people living with and surviving cancer.