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You can find massage therapists listed in these Wyoming cities:

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Relaxation and rehabilitation are the two primary reasons state residents may try to find a licensed massage therapist in Wyoming. Massage therapists receive advanced training in human anatomy, and understand how the manipulation of ligaments, muscles, tendons, and connective tissues may result in better health. Medical research shows massage therapy is used to read many adverse health issues such as myofascial pain syndrome, temporomandibular joint pain, soft tissue strains, stress, headaches, anxiety, and insomnia.
Currently, there is no organization in Wisconsin that provides licensure in massage therapy at the state-level. However Laramie County has established its own licensing requirements and standards for the professional practice of massage therapy. Massage therapists who reside in other parts of the state may seek licensing from the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork.
Reports show about 100 individuals are employed as licensed massage therapists in Wyoming. They offer services to the more than 580,000 state residents. Massage therapists in Wyoming take home roughly $42,330 in wages each year.

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