Interview With AMTA 2016 National Convention Speaker, Therapist Tami Goldstein

Tami Goldstein was drawn to a career in holistic medicine when she saw how certain treatments were helping her autistic daughter. She graduated from massage therapy school, trained in lymphatic drainage and Reiki, and is dedicated to continuing education. Goldstein will present a lecture about treating clients with autism at the American Massage Therapy Association convention in October 2016.

Get to know AMTA 2016 National Convention speaker Tami Goldstein. Then, explore further at Tami’s session “Massage Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders” in Milwaukee on Saturday, October 29!

Massage Therapists on the Front Lines of the Battle Against Skin Cancer

Massage therapists cannot diagnose skin cancer, but they can serve to help detect issues early. Because massage therapists come in direct contact with the skin, and most people do not check their own skin for signs of cancer, therapists may be able to detect these signs early. If a massage therapist does notice something, a spot for example, they can then inform the client and suggest that the client follows up with a dermatologist. Early detection of skin cancer is the best precursor to more successful treatment.