Massage therapists assess soft tissues and joints of the body for treatment and prevention of dysfunction, injury, pain and physical disorders. Massage therapists work in private practice, including group or team practices, hospitals, clinics, extended care facilities, rehabilitation centres and educational institutions.(National Occupational Classification)
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The University of Manitoba does not offer training in Massage Therapy. Please view the links below for information on U of M courses and programs and massage therapy schools in North America. If you are a University of Manitoba student who would like assistance determining an education plan that suits your unique goals, speak with a Career Consultant.
Exploring Education Options for Massage Therapy
Information for foreign-trained Massage Therapists - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
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Date modified: March 29, 2019