Re: Any massage/physical therapist?
I loved it. I couldn't find a good job after finishing school though. I even had more credentials than just therapeutic therapist so I was HOPING I'd get work (I did sports medicine, reiki, kinesiology, and myofascial release as well). I tried to free-lance for awhile but business was very slow. I held on for maybe 2 almost 3 yrs before I stopped all together. It is very taxing on your body but at the time it wasn't an issue for me. Now my back is worse but I can't say for sure it has anything to do with it besides that it got worse over that time period.
Oh adding in... money. It was good if I could get a client to pay what I asked. I charged 65 an hour but ended up going down to 55 an hour just to keep having a few clients come more regularly.
Last edited by Mommyto2B2G; 05-15-2013 at 04:27 PM.