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The District of Columbia was home to more than 680,000 people in 2016. According to information from the United States Census Bureau, residents who are 65 years of age or older account for more than 11% of the population, while residents younger than 65 years who have a disability account for more than 8%. Massage therapists in the District of Columbia play a key role in providing treatment options for residents. Medical research shows massage therapy may offer relief for concerns such as headaches, stress, temporomandibular joint pain, physical injures, digestive issues, and insomnia.
The Department of Health provides oversight, regulation, and licensing for all massage therapists in the District of Columbia. Massage therapists with an expired license must renew their license and fulfill all necessary requirements in order to continue practicing. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates about a hundred people worked as massage therapists in the District of Columbia in 2015. These individuals earned a mean annual salary of $34,890.

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