Study Guide for Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy Study Guide & Review Book for Massage Therapy and Bodywork for NCBTMB and MBLEx examsAbout the BookAbout the AuthorsTable of ContentsPreparing for the ExamSample QuestionsPurchase a Book
About the Authors 
Joseph Ashton, M.S., P.T.   (Co-author)

Joe earned a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1999 from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. He began his teaching in 1992 in the Human Anatomy laboratory at Brigham Young University. Since that time, he has taught Anatomy & Physiology at several other colleges and universities including Washington University in St Louis and Salt Lake Community College.  He has spent several years teaching and designing the curriculum for the Anatomy & Physiology, Functional Anatomy, General Pathology and Joint Pathology courses at Myotherapy College of Utah. Along with his teaching, he has assisted in writing and editing other anatomical manuals and study guides including Human Anatomy and Physiology from the Schaum's Outline Series published by McGraw-Hill College Publisher.  He currently works as a physical therapist and serves as the Director of Rehabilitation for Prosser Memorial Hospital in Prosser, Washington.

Duke Cassel, L.M.T., N.C.B.T.M.B.  (Co-author)

Duke is a graduate of the Myotherapy College of Utah in Salt Lake City, of both the Basic Core Course and the Advanced Therapeutic Bodywork Course. He has been a licensed massage therapist since 1991 as well as a core instructor at Myotherapy College since 1992. He has completed over 1400 hours of training in Spinal Touch, Acutherapy, Hospital Massage, Neuro-link, Reiki I & II and Craniosacral Therapy and is Nationally Certified through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). Along with teaching, he served as the team sports massage therapist for the Utah Starzz professional women's basketball team. Duke currently teaches massage at Myotherapy College and practices massage therapy in his own private clinic.

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