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Demand for wellness professionals on the rise

Why posture-focused professionals have an edge

Despite the challenges of healthcare changes, others agree with my optimism for wellness professionals. From Monday’s Atlanta Journal:

“In addition to biomedical engineering positions, CareerCast says the health care professions most in demand this year will be dental hygienists, occupational therapists, optometrists, physical therapists, chiropractors, speech pathologists, pharmacists, podiatrists, respiratory therapists and physician assistants.”

As a posture professional, you are positioning yourself as someone who can help patients and clients take control of their wellness, which in turn reduces their future health costs (especially in prescription medicines and more invasive medical procedures).  Their gain builds your value as a trusted health consultant and wellness partner.

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