Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Introduction: From A Massage Therapist

Hi There!

In addition to being your friendly Sore No More social media butterfly, I am also a licensed massage therapist.  I have spent most of my massage career working in a chiropractic setting, but have spent the past year working independently.

I have explored continuing education in a variety of areas, but find specific interest in chronic pain and aromatherapy.

This year I will be answering a series of questions for this blog regarding pain and its relation to overall health from a massage therapist perspective.

-Clair
LMT




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