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NCBTMB Elections: Massaging the Rules?

October 20, 2013
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NCBTMB is holding their Board of Directors elections, and I must say, I think the Election Committee is massaging the bylaws of the organization. One of the open Board positions is for the public member. According to the bylaws, a public member shall not be a certificant, or a practitioner of massage therapy and/or...
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Bridging the Gap; Referring Other CAM Disciplines

March 23, 2012
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Bridging the Gap; Referring Other CAM Disciplines

If you know of something that may help a client, are you inclined to share that information? (I HOPE the answer to this question was YES.) Because the truth is, as a healthcare professional, your client looks to you for advice and direction to not only alleviate symptoms but to provide long term solutions...
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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

February 12, 2012
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Most of the time when the media, or Hollywood, casts a light on massage, it seems to be a paraphrase of Rodney Dangerfield’s classic line, “We don’t get no respect.” The latest hue and cry is over the upcoming new lifetime series, The Client List, in which Jennifer Love Hewitt is a massage therapist/prostitute...
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Selling Yourself Short

January 12, 2012
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Selling Yourself Short

What is wrong with the following statement? FIRE!!!! Ready…aim. It seems silly, counter intuitive and even dangerous to get such important steps this badly out of order. You would not do it with a rifle, why would you do it with your business? Sometimes we are faced with making decisions quickly in business, sometimes...
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Is Saving Money COSTING You Money?

August 12, 2011
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Is Saving Money COSTING You Money?

Strange question, Angie! How on Earth can SAVING money actually COST you money? As improbable and counter intuitive as that statement may seem, there is some truth in there that can be easily overlooked, and cost you big bucks on your bottom line. There are smart ways to save, and there are ways that...
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An Essential Desk Reference

February 23, 2010
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The Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC) has recently published the Clinicians' and Educators' Desk Reference on the Licensed Complimentary and Alternative Healthcare Professions.
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