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Massage therapy presentation (my part)

Massage therapy presentation (my part) - – physiology the...

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4/28/11 Credentials Needed Licensing- Licensing varies depending on your location. Licensing can be in the form of a license, registration, or most commonly used a certificate. National Certification- You can become nationally certified by taking the NCBTMB’s Exam. Highest form of being certified.
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4/28/11 Training Needed Training standards vary a lot by the state you want to become certified by. Training programs may concentrate on certain modalities of massage
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4/28/11 Ohio’s Education Needed First off you must have a high school diploma to be granted admission into an institution that offers massage therapy. 750 credit hours with 12 month program Pass state exam
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4/28/11 Recommendations Take advantage of courses like: anatomy; human body physiology,
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Unformatted text preview: – physiology, the study of organs and tissues; – kinesiology, the study of motion and body mechanics; – business management ; ethics 4/28/11 Who is this recommended for? • As a patient- we recommend massage therapy to people who – have chronic soreness or constant issues with their body. – Have had an injury such as cramping, spasms, sprains, etc. Massaging these wounds will regulate blood flow and decrease swelling/soreness • As the therapist- we recommend for 4/28/11 Works Cited • http://www.amtamassage.org/findam assage/credential.html • http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos295.htm #training • http://www.collegeboard.com/csearch /majors_careers/profiles/careers/1017 34.html • http://www.massagetherapy.com/care...
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