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How would you rate the content on MassageToday.com?

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Total Respondents: 459

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Anonymous
Excellent 


Good THERE IS A MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS AND FOR THERAPISTS INTERMINGLED IN THIS WEBSITE. i THINK THAT THERE SHOULD BE A DISTINCT SEPARATION OF 1)INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS/CLIENTS SEEKING HELP, VERSUS 2)INFORMATION FOR THERAPISTS.THERE ARE DIFFERENT NEEDS FOR EACH OF THESE GROUPS.
DR. G. ANDREOLI

Anonymous
Poor this site is very hard to navigate. Is it possible to subscribe to your magazine as i am yet to find any link to do this


Excellent Haven't read the entire issue but the content seems very diverse and easy to read for an online newsletter. Congratulations!

John and Lavone Tabeer


Excellent Great information. A special thank you for publishing Ralph Steven's articles. He is one of the few MTs out there that is willing to discuss the uncomfortable issues in our profession - instead of pretending these issues will go away if they are ignored long enough. "When you put your head in the sand like an ostrich, your backside is routinely exposed to someones foot".

Anonymous
Poor Too much emphasize on industry so little on the individual!


 Keep up the good work. I agree with everything you have written about. Thanks.


Good The most sophisticated media representation of the profession(so far).
Wonderful forum for sharing thougths and spirit.
Very informative.


 Site is TOO BUSY!


Excellent The article on making an assessment by Whitney Lowe is exceptional. I will soon be enrolling in a few of his courses, and to read the article you have on your website, just confirms to me that the direction i am heading is the right one. I also enjoyed the article about "medical massage verses orthopedic massage". That article opened my eyes to a new way of looking at what we do. I think by being able to separate different types of massage as such, will help us to gain deeper respect from the rest of the medical community, which in turn will help massage therapy become a more successful modality today.

Anonymous
Excellent I think this site is great. Very informative and unlike magazines takes up very little space. Being newly licensed it has answered many questions and informed of some things I hadn't thought about. Keep it coming! Judith A.MoatsLPNLMT


Good The article is very interesting, however I have yet to find practical uses for the comfrey growing in my yard. Can I use it in any way? I have made tea from baby leaves a few times when I had bronchitis and it really appeared to help heal me quickly. Of course I've read since then that one shouldn't make tea from comfrey.


Excellent I am a CMT, and I recieved my education in UTAH. I took 29 class,within 18 months. I have worked at a spa, and I have a 3.9 GPA. I put over 637 hrs. in my school studies and clinicals. these hours do not include outside work (JOBS). I have been told I have great energy skills in energy and deep tissue. I have 7 certificates that say I'm more than qualified plus work experence. I have also been a teacher (sub) at the school I went to, so tell me why I need to take a national test just to prove I can do my job. Dosen't all my certs. and diploma count for something? so no I don't think we should have to take a tes if we passed in school and they sent us out into the world saying we know what we'er doing. I hope this makes since I'll be moving to FL. soon and they say I need a lices to practice. Could someonr tell me if there are certain techniques I can do with out the hassel?

Anonymous
Excellent I love to read the well written articles by Rebecca Razo. The content is good as well as the topics she writes about. Thanks Rebecca for all your work!!!
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