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New York Massage Therapy Full CE Requirement 36-Hour Package
Care for Special Populations (2 hrs)
Massage has some benefits for people with chronic and terminal illness, what are the differences between acute and chronic illness, and what are some special considerations for elderly clients.
Conducting a Professional Client Interview and Massage Therapy Session (2 hrs)
When conducting a session it is important to establish a rapport with your client, explain how to receive a massage, and what they may expect to feel after the massage.
Cultural Competency for Massage Therapists (1 hrs)
The need for cultural competency training as an ethical precept has been articulated at many levels: through federal and state legislatures, public health administrations, the medical profession, and other professional health education organizations. This course will discuss how race and culture impact health, identify patterns of disparities, and emphasize the importance of diversity factors that influence effective cross-cultural communication in clinical encounters.
Employment Law for Massage Therapists (4 hrs)
As a massage therapist, you may be in the position to hire new employees for your organization. Even the smallest of businesses are required to follow legal codes regarding staffing, and there are a substantial number of do’s and don’ts inherent in human resource policies and the hiring process. This course will guide you through the legal rights and obligations of employers, reviewing common human resource practices and the legal guidelines of hiring and firing, with strategies for selecting good candidates who will be good employees.
Ethics in Massage Therapy (3 hrs)
Ethical code and professional standards of conduct have important values and concepts in professional massage, also within the boundaries that define therapeutic relationships.
Introduction to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for Massage Therapists (1 hrs)
This course will discuss Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and is designed to increase your awareness about this condition. Since touch can reactivate trauma, you should be aware that the condition exists and there are particular methods of massage therapy that address the special circumstances of individuals with PTSD. The course will provide information about how to identify PTSD and list several modalities that combine bodywork and psychotherapy.
Living with HIV / AIDS (3 hrs)
This course will define HIV and AIDS, their relationship and the differences between the diseases. The course will examine how HIV is transmitted, the associated risk factors, and ways to avoid transmission.
Massage Therapy and the Stress Epidemic (1 hrs)
The purpose of this course is to discuss the positive roleprofessional massage therapy can play in the stress epidemic in our modernculture. We will examine the negative physiological and biochemical processesthat occur in the body under stress and counterpoint them with the beneficialprocesses that occur in the body during massage. We will also look at thecultural symptoms that contribute to our collective stress and discuss thestatistics that qualify stress as a national epidemic.
Massage Therapy for Sports Injuries (4 hrs)
This course is designed to familiarize massage therapists with the techniques most commonly used to treat sports injuries, the general terminology associated with sports injuries, the most common sports injuries, the anatomy and physiology involved, and the sports each injury is usually associated with. The course also reviews several tips for helping athletes avoid specific injuries. In several instances, learners will discover that massage therapy is contraindicated given the specifics of an athlete’s condition.
Medications & Massage Therapy: Common Gastrointestinal & Pain Medications (4 hrs)
Following completion of this couse, you will be able to name common medications for pain and inflammation that may require adjusted manual techniques, name common gastrointestinal conditions in which massage may be contraindicated, and list symptoms associated with drug toxicity.
Medications & Massage Therapy: Introduction to Pharmacology (4 hrs)
Massage can be a highly effective treatment for many conditions however you can do harm if done incorrectly, also be aware of any medications including non-prescription and herbal supplements, as these can influence or be influenced by the massage.
Pathology of Chronic Conditions for Massage Therapists (2 hrs)
Massage is used to help reduce pain and in some reduce chronic symptoms of cerebral palsy, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome, so to help people get better therapists must understand the illness.
Preventing Medical Error (2 hrs)
There are responsibilities in regard to laws for reporting medical error, but what are the most common sources of medical error, the behaviors and situations that can make errors high risk and what steps can be taken to prevent errors from happening.
Treating Plantar Fasciitis with Massage Therapy (1 hrs)
The purpose of this course is to identify what plantar fasciitis is and what methods we, as massage therapists, can use to treat it in our clients. We will examine the anatomy of the plantar fascia, its role in the movement of the foot and ankle, and what happens when it becomes inflamed. We will also examine massage therapy techniques that can be used to treat it when our clients present with either an acute or chronic plantar fasciitis, as well as some self-care tools they can use at home.
Working with Clients with Health Problems (2 hrs)
Massage in chronic illness can offer relaxation, stress reductions and some relief of muscle ache and tension, learn the basic information about these chronic conditions that may be present in clients, what causes the condition, the symptoms and treatments.