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A LETTER FROM YOUR THERAPIST

 

Dear Future Clients & Friends, 

 

Thanks for taking an interest in Healing and Motion Therapeutic Massage!  I am very passionate about massage therapy and work with people who are looking to improve overall health, decrease musculoskeletal pain, or simply need a therapeutic, healing massage. I am dedicated to understanding your needs and spend time to build your treatment accordingly. I take pride in the quality of my massage and the level of care I devote to my clients.

 

It's important to work with an experienced and educated massage therapist to ensure you receive the best care. I consistently study evidence-based practices to address various musculoskeletal conditions. I have a Masters in Health Science with a concentration in Integrative Health & Wellness. I am a member of the Massage Therapy Foundation's Board of Trustees, American Massage Therapy Association New Jersey Chapter Delegate and have taught Massage Therapy, served as a trainer at a franchised massage studio and worked with the National Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. I am a Certified Infant Massage Educator and passionate about learning more about pediatric massage.

 

 If you have any questions about treatment, please don't hesitate to call or e-mail. Thank you for your consideration.

 

Be Well, 

Robin

Mission

To help patients in reach their highest quality of life in physical relief and total function.

Publications & Articles

Miccio, R. S., & Cowen, V. S. (2018). A Regional Analysis of US Insurance Reimbursement Guidelines for Massage Therapy. International journal of therapeutic massage & bodywork, 11(1), 11.

Cowen, V. S., Miccio, R. S., & Parikh, B. (2017). Massage Therapy in Outpatient Cancer Care: A Metropolitan Area Analysis. Journal of evidence-based complementary & alternative medicine, 22(4), 851-855.

 

Streit, R. S. (2014). NTOS symptoms and mobility: A case study on neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome involving massage therapy. Journal of bodywork and movement therapies, 18(1), 42-48. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1360859213000673

 

Streit, R.S. (2014, Oct). Consider the quality of a research article. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from http://info.massagetherapyfoundation.org/blog/bid/334485/Consider-the-quality-of-a-research-article

 

Streit, R.S. (2014, June). How massage therapy research helped my client get better. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from http://info.massagetherapyfoundation.org/blog/bid/345802/How-massage-therapy-research-helped-my-client-get-better

 

Streit, R.S. (2014, February). How to maximize your exhibit space at your next event. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from http://info.massagetherapyfoundation.org/blog/bid/321153/How-to-maximize-your-exhibit-space-at-your-next-event

 

Streit, R.S. (2014, March). 5 ways to use massage therapy research to retain clinets. The Massage Therapy Foundation Blog. Retrieved from http://info.massagetherapyfoundation.org/blog/bid/314361/5-ways-to-use-massage-therapy-research-to-retain-clients

 

 

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