Myotherapists are employed in a number of health care settings. They may work at a physician's clinic, especially one that treats patients with nerve damage or arthritic pain. Others choose to open up their own practice. Remember, though, that in addition to giving treatments, myotherapists are also responsible for all duties associated with running a business, such as handling tax concerns, organizing the office space and supplies, and hiring support staff. The reward is having the freedom to determine their own workdays and hours.
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