Montgomery, New York – May 28, 2010 — The Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies has announced the redesign of its website, www.Integrative-Healthcare.org.

“We’ve updated the website to further improve its usability,” states Cheryl Baisley, programming director at the Institute. “Everything on our website is clear, concise and interactive. Integrative-Healthcare.org includes free sample clips of massage videos, Live Help for virtual assistance to answer any questions massage therapists may have about enrolling, test taking or any of the Institute’s massage CE courses, as well as a full listing of state and organization requirements and approvals. And, we also have an extensive FAQ section that answers enrollment and certificate questions.”

Morris Cohen, president of the Institute, goes on to say, “Not only is our website more user-friendly, but we offer a wealth of information, resources and tools for busy massage professionals.” Cohen adds, “One of the standout features of the Institute’s website is the Massage Professionals Update, a free e-newsletter featuring tips and original articles–written specifically for massage professionals–to help build their practice. There is a plethora of information available on topics, such as health issues, business practices and massage modalities.”

To check out the redesigned website or learn more about all of the Institute’s 35+ professional level home-study courses (complete with student reviews), visit www.Integrative-Healthcare.org.

About the Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies

The Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies is approved by the NCBTMB as a CE-approved provider (#049478-00) and by the Florida and Louisiana Boards of Massage Therapy. Its CE hours are also accepted by the Texas Board of Massage, AMTA, ABMP and most other state boards. The Institute for Integrative Healthcare Studies provides postgraduate, distance training for certified massage therapists and other health-care professionals. The distance learning courses offered are convenient, cost-effective, self-paced and easy to follow.

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