Alternate Methods of Therapy

Alternate Methods of Therapy

The medical community has teamed up with colleagues specializing in alternative methods of therapy. This helps the affordability of treatment for these clients and patients. One example is the chiropractic field. Historically, at the first sign of back or neck pain, many people would consider scheduling an appointment with a chiropractor. Today, however, medical doctors are recommending alternative methods like massage therapy as a possible solution to chronic back or neck pain.

The Soma Institute in Chicago is teaming up with the healthcare community to offer the only school in the U.S. with a Clinical Massage Therapy Diploma. Soma believes in massage with a purpose. Classes are led by seasoned massage professionals who guide students through the major aspects of massage practice. These include bodywork, hydrotherapy, and sports massage. Soma also offers the industry support it takes to embark on a rewarding career in clinical massage therapy.

Don’t wait any longer to get involved in this growing career and community. With 11 and 15-month training programs, Soma will have you prepared to treat clients. Graduates are confident and prepared to enter the workforce knowing they have the training it takes to succeed. And because many of Soma’s students are working full-time or raising families, the programs are tailors to fit the needs of busy adult learners. Choose the schedule that best fits your lifestyle! To find out more information, give us a call at 1-800-694-5314.

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