For one simple thing, we have an ongoing relationship with the manual osteopathic community, that is absolutely outstanding.
I have had very in-depth training, from European osteopaths, who know my teachers, and know what I am capable of, in some very advanced subject matter.
I stand in deep humility of what I have been given, and I also stand in the responsibility of it.
I have been trained in manual thermal diagnosis, which means that my hands are sensitized to inflammation, and the signals of the body, and my ability to interact with the human body is basically changed by my extra sensitivity to it.
Where would you put me, consumer of manual therapeutic modalities, if I can read and palpate galbladder dysfunction, and either perform a gentle manual techique to relieve the problem, or send you back to your GP for more radical treatment if that doesn't work
This is far beyond the purview of 'Massage Therapy" don't you think?
Having paid my dues, under protest, we all ask for sentient review.