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Massage Therapy Videos

If you’re thinking about a career as a massage therapist, or already work in the massage therapy field, you need to be able to treat patients and clients using a number of different techniques. A massage therapist might have patients that visit for general health and wellness reasons to take advantage of relaxation techniques, or they might have others that are recovering from an injury.

If you’re ready to expand your education be sure to start with a few of our massage tutorial videos below.

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    Acute Ankle Sprains Part 1

    Acute Ankle Sprains Part 2

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    General Knee Pain Treatment Part 2

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    Are You Ready To Start Your Education in Massage Therapy or Sports & Rehabilitation?

    Are you ready to prepare yourself for a rewarding career as a massage therapist? Let Fremont College help. Simply fill out the form on this page to get started. Don’t forget to watch our highlight video on Lance Followell, Lead Faculty of Sports and Rehabilitation Therapy and Massage Therapy Programs

    Do you have suggestions for additional videos? If there is a specific type of treatment you’d like to learn about that isn’t included below please leave us your suggestions in the comment section below.

    *In no way does Fremont College promise or guarantee employment or level of income/wages.  In no way is it recommended that you try to treat injuries by yourself.  That should be done by a qualified professional.  Before practicing any new modalities or techniques, check with your state’s regulatory authority to ensure they are within the state’s defined scope and standards of practice for therapy.

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