Atlanta’s All-Inclusive Resource for Massage Therapy Continuing Education Classes
As a massage therapist, you need to stay up-to-date on the latest and best techniques to serve your clients well. All Georgia massage therapists need to have 24 CEs earned between Nov. 1, 2022, and Oct. 31, 2024, to renew your license. Georgia Massage School is proud to help you fulfill this requirement through our massage therapy continuing education in Atlanta.
Highly respected instructors from around the country teach Georgia Massage School’s advanced classes to further our students’ massage therapy careers. All of our continuing education courses are approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), so you can be confident in their credentials. To learn more and be added to our school’s mailing list, please email us at email@example.com. For more information about specific massage education courses, please follow the links below. We’re happy to answer all of your questions about our programs.
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Assessment and Treatment of the Shoulder
Saturday, August 5 - Sunday, August 6, 2023
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This comprehensive workshop unveils the missing piece of the puzzle to shoulder pain. As a result, participants learn how to precisely assess the most commonly injured structures in the shoulder and to use effective therapeutic approaches to eliminate the injury causing the pain. Attendees gain the tools to successfully differentiate muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries and fine-tune their palpation skills and hands-on techniques.
There are six major components to the training:
- Anatomy: Find and palpate the relevant musculoskeletal structures.
- Assessment: Learn and practice all the injury assessment tests for the shoulder.
- Theory: Learn how to use the history, positive assessment test findings, and results of palpation to determine which structures are injured. We’ll discuss the possible causes of injury as well as effective treatments.
- Integration: Integrate what you’ve learned about the theory and assessment procedures through hands-on learning games and supervised clinics.
- Technique: Learn and practice detailed treatment techniques to eliminate adhesive scar tissue.
- Clinic: On the final day of the training, practice your skills in an injury assessment clinic, free and open to the public, under Dr. Benjamin’s supervision.
For more information and to register, visit BenjaminInstitute.com.