Brittany Rector, LMT
Southeastern Regional Medical Center
"My favorite part about working here is listening to patients. Patients know that when they get on the table they can talk about anything. Every session seems like the beginning of a great conversation."
- Brittany Rector, LMT
- Massage Therapy Certification – Anthem College, Atlanta
- Associate’s Degree, Audio Engineering – SAE Institute, Nashville, Tennessee
- Licensed Massage Therapist
Practicing Since: 2009
As a Massage Therapist, Brittany Rector helps ease the pain patients experience from their treatment or from the side effects of their condition. She also gives them an opportunity to talk about whatever is on their mind.
“My favorite part about working here is listening to patients,” says Rector, who joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Newnan, Georgia, in 2012. “Patients know that when they get on the table they can talk about anything. Every session seems like the beginning of a great conversation.”
Rector, a licensed massage therapist, received her Massage Therapy Certification from Anthem College in Atlanta in 2009. Anthem College was previously known as High-Tech Institute. She worked as a massage therapist in Newnan since 2010.
At CTCA, Rector is focused on improving patients’ quality of life so they can live with as little pain and restriction as possible. As part of her work, she clears out “blockages” caused by scar tissue and other adhesions so patients can focus on their healing.
“They deal with enough pain so if it’s possible to help with the pain then that gives them one less thing to deal with,” Rector says. “We want their entire focus to be on healing.”
Rector is certified in oncology massage, medical massage for arthritis and medical massage for burn victims. She is also a certified myoskeletal alignment therapist.
In her free time, Rector enjoys kayaking the rivers of Georgia. She is married and has two sons. Rector is a classically trained vocalist and performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City under a conductor for The Vienna Boys Choir.