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March, 2001, Vol. 01, Issue 03

Texas Back Institute Adds Massage

By Editorial Staff

In January, the Texas Back Institute (TBI) added massage therapy to its comprehensive care services. Massage therapists join a multidisciplinary group of health care professionals currently available to TBI patients: chiropractors, physiatrists, pain specialists, exercise physiologists, physical and occupational therapists, psychologists, and orthopedic and general surgeons.

TBI patients will have access to a variety of massage therapy services, such as Swedish, shiatsu and deep-tissue massage, reflexology, and acupressure.

State-licensed massage therapists are being provided through Corporate Massage Therapy, a Dallas-based massage and wellness company.

TBI is the nation's largest freestanding spine clinic, specializing in nonsurgical management of back and spinal pain. Founded more than 20 years ago, the clinic now averages approximately 40,000 patient visits annually and boasts five locations, including its main campus in Plano, Texas.

Massage Therapist Joins Wholistic Health Center

European medical massage has been added to the list of complementary services provided by the Wholistic Health Center, the professional family clinic of the New York College for Wholistic Health, Education and Research.

Kerrie Flynn,LMT, who has worked with the New York Knicks and New Jersey Nets (National Basketball Association) and the New York Giants (National Football League), will provide massage therapy services at the college.


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