A clinical massage therapist has advanced training in anatomy and physiology, as well as in the treatment of not only sports or work-related conditions, but also the symptomatic relief of a wide variety of medical conditions. They are trained to work competently alongside chiropractors and general practitioners and often work in clinical environments. Clinical massage incorporates a range of treatment methods, including sports massage techniques, hot/cold therapy and stretching, to provide the most effective treatment for the client. The therapist will work slowly and specifically to achieve the desired outcome. The therapist will also provide homecare recommendations and advise on an ongoing treatment plan.
The following therapists practice Clinical Massage Therapy: