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The Kentucky Board of Massage Therapy provides oversight and governance for the practice of massage therapy in the state. A key requirement of the Board is that all enterprises, businesses, and independent massage therapists in Kentucky must earn licensure before they provide professional massage services to state residents. This strict state-level regulation promotes high quality massage treatment for clients, and maintains high standards for practitioners.
Medical research supports the use of massage therapy when treating a number of mental and physical issues. A licensed massage therapist in Kentucky may help provide relief to state residents who are experiencing headaches, soft tissue strains, insomnia, anxiety, fibromyalgia, stress, physical pain, sports injuries, and other adverse health conditions.
Statistics obtained from the United States Census Bureau indicate 4.4 million people lived in Kentucky in 2016. Of this total, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) estimates 580 people worked as massage therapists in Kentucky, and they earned an average annual wage of $39,270.

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  4. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). Quickfacts: Kentucky. Retrieved from