Robin Miccio, MS, LMT
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BA in Health Communication Studies & Cognitive Psychology - The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
MS in Health Science with a concentration in Integrative Health and Wellness - Rutgers University, School of Health Professions - Newark, NJ
Integrative Health Program Manager
Sefton, J. M., Dexheimer, J., Munk, N., Miccio, R., Kennedy, A. B., Cambron, J., MacDonald, G., & Hemsworth, R. (2020). A research agenda for the massage therapy profession: a report from the Massage Therapy Foundation. International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork: Research, Education, & Practice, 13(4), 42-46.
Miccio, R. S., & Cowen, V. S. (2018). A regional analysis of US Insurance reimbursement guidelines for massage therapy. International journal of therapeutic massage & bodywork, 11(1), 11.
Cowen, V.S., Streit Miccio, R., Parikh, B. (2017). Massage Therapy in Outpatient Cancer Care: A Metropolitan Area Analysis. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 1-5.
Streit, R. S. (2014). NTOS symptoms and mobility: a case study on neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome involving massage therapy. Journal of bodywork and movement therapies, 18(1), 42-48.
2017 – present, Peer Reviewer, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies
2018-2021, Member, Board of Trustees, Massage Therapy Foundation
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