How to find massage therapist?

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    A couple years ago, I sprained my upper back. My MRI cleared me from any disc/bone problems, and I finished with a treatment plan with a PT. However, I still get residual pain and tension when I push too hard, after long days of working, after traveling, etc. I used to get my ex to dig her elbow into my back but now that I'm baller status, I figure I should find something legit. My old PT recommended that I look into deep tissue/sports massages and myofascial release. For those who get massages regularly, how did you go about finding your therapist?
     
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    Doctor referral or maybe call your insurance company and ask for a recommendation in your area. Some massage therapists take insurance, then it's like $5 instead of $60-100 :win:
     
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    Sensual massage: Happy Ending
     
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    I'll take the rapist for 200, Alex

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