Learn From Hands-on, Integrative Massage Therapy Training & Clinical Experience

By studying massage therapy with NWHSU, you’ll have the opportunity to learn in a variety of settings, including rehabilitative clinics, hospitals, sports clinics, oncology clinics, and community health clinics. You may choose to work with patients undergoing cancer treatments, helping them manage pain, anxiety, and other common symptoms, or geriatric patients easing the need for pain management medication.

Hear how NWHSU A.A.S. Massage Therapy graduate, Janet Kadlec, uses her degree by working as part of an integrative healthcare team.

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