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Massage Survey

Massage Poll - Questions About Therapeutic Massage

An Informal Massage Poll For NJMassage.Info Site Users

Informal polls are a good way of gauging general sentiment on a topic. More comprehensive, academically-approved research surveys yield far more useful data, and this survey we are conducting, by no means, carries the weight of a research study survey printed in a respected medical journal. What we have here is more for fun than anything else, and participation is welcome to all visitors.

You don't have to answer all of the questions, but the more questions that you answer, the more useful future visitors will find the data. Our current Massage Survey topic is entitled "Massage Therapy, Benefits, and Quackery: An Informal Survey of Site Users".

To vote, select a value for a question, then hit the 'Submit' button next to that question. Every question that you choose to answer must be submitted serapately. To view the results of all the questions, click on the link at the bottom of this page or
CLICK HERE TO VIEW RESULTS.

Survey Question 1

First Poll

Have you ever had a massage therapy session?

Yes. Once.
Yes. 2 -5 times.
Yes. 6-10 times.
Yes. 11 or more sessions.
No. Never.

Survey Question 2

Second Poll

How old are you?

Vote:

Survey Question 3

Third Poll

Have You Ever Encountered Quackery in Massage Therapy?

Yes. I've encountered Massage Therapy Quackery as a client.
No. I've never encountered Massage Therapy Quackery as a client.
I don't know. I am not sure if I have ever encountered Massage Therapy Quackery as a client.
I've never been to a Massage Therapist.

Survey Question 4

Fourth Poll

How concerned are you with Quackery in Massage Therapy?

Extremely Concerned. It's a serious issue.
Somewhat Concerned
Slightly Concerened
Possibly Concerned - Not Sure if it's an issue or not.
Not Really Concerned
Not concerned. It's not An Issue.

Survey Question 5

Fifth Poll

Has a Massage Therapist ever told you that she would 'heal' your disease, using that phrase?

Yes. My therapist used that phrase.
No, but my therapist used a similar phrase.
No. My therapist never used that phrase or anything like it.
I've never had a session of massage therapy.

Survey Question 6

Sixth Poll

Have you ever felt that Massage Therapy has benefitted a condition or ailment that you had?

Extremely so.
Somewhat.
Slightly.
Possibly.
Not really.
Definitely not at all.
I've never been to a Massage Therapist.

Survey Question 7

Seventh Poll

Has a massage therapist ever asked you to see a doctor about something that she noticed or felt?

Yes. It turned out to be a good heads up for my MD, as it was an issue.
Yes. My MD looked into it and found something, but it turned out to not be any kind of real health issue.
Yes. My MD had no clue what the Massage Therapist was talking about, and everything was OK.
Yes. But I never told my MD about what the therapist had said.
No. My therapist has never suggested that I consult with my MD about anything.

Survey Question 8

Seventh Poll

How often do you go for therapeutic massage?

Two or more times, weekly.
Once a week.
Once every two weeks.
About once a month.
A few times a year.
Once every few years.
Only a few times in all my life.
Never.

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Editorial Board, H. Miller, Content Editor

As Massage Therapists, our role as part of your health care team is clear.
We are not Doctors or Nurses, and cannot replace their vital services.
But the number of conditions that Massage Therapy has been proven to help with
grows by the week, as new research is conducted worldwide about the far-ranging effects
of Therapeutic Massage.

The Massage Benefits Section of this web site is dedicated to learning, and sharing,
information about evidence-based Therapeutic Massage and health. As Massage Therapists, we
feel it is essential for our clients to be educated about Massage Therapy, and
the state of current research. This site is owned and operated by H. Miller, and is a non-moderated platform.


Our mission, with regard to the Massage Benefits section of NJMassage.Info,
is to inform our clients, and worldwide web users browsing our site,
about Massage Therapy, with regard to various topics including
quackery, current research studies, as well as conditions that Massage
Therapy shows promise with, as supported by medical and university research.


The information provided on the NJMassage.Info web site is
for informational purposes only and should not be considered
medical, psychiatric, psychological or behavioral health
care advice. Nothing contained on the NJMassage.Info web site is
intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment or as a
substitute for consultation with a qualified health care professional.
NJMassage.Info displays advertisements and links to third party websites.
Mountainside On-Site Masage Therapy does not make any representation,
warranty, or endorsement of any product or service or the content
or accuracy of any materials contained in, or linked to,
any advertisement or link on the Site. All advertisements are clearly marked.
Ad proceeds may be used to help fund this site.

Page created April 21, 2011. Last modified 23 August, 2016.

 

 

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