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Learn to more accurately identify the true cause of your patient’s pathology.
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Practicing massage therapists will gain the opportunity to review, evaluate, and revise their current note taking and documentation practices in the Documentation Refresher for Registered Massage Therapists online course.
Dr. Nikita Vizniak and Amanda Bach discuss ideal and non ideal habits that can develop over a career.
RMTs will review standard SOAP note protocol, privacy standards, best billing practices for the industry, and more.
Learn how to optimize your documentation skills and leave with a fresh and focused outlook on proper documentation skills and the importance of good notes.
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Instructor: Laurie Di Giulio, RMT
Duration: 1 Hour (CEU Primary "A")
Cost: $31.50 (including GST)
"This course will provide RMTs and other health practitioners with knowledge about different sources of foot pain. Therapists need to understand that not all foot pain is fasciitis! We will review the anatomy of the plantar fascia and Baxter’s nerve, and discuss the differences between fasciitis and Baxter’s nerve compression. We will also demonstrate home care and treatment techniques for these conditions, and discuss changes to lifestyle that may facilitate recovery."
By the end of this course you will:
Understand the anatomy of the plantar fascia and Baxter’s nerve.
Instructor: Melissa Pierson, RMT
Duration: 2 Hours (CEU Secondary "B")
Have you ever felt overwhelmed or confused about direct billing extended health benefits?
Whether you're brand new to direct billing or just need some additional guidance, this course is a must!
You will be guided step-by-step on how to direct bill to over 40 insurance companies; we cover important topics such as pre-determination, adjudication, coordination of benefits, consent forms, reconciliations and much more.
This course is appropriate for any health and wellness practitioners or clinic administrators across Canada. Please note this course does not cover MVAs or WCB claims.
Melissa Pierson @ The Online Wellness Institute
Address: 99-300 Marina Drive, Chestermere Alberta, Canada T1X 0P6
The objective of this course is to provide RMTs with knowledge about the pathology of cancer, options for medical treatment, and massage indications and contraindications so that they can feel more confident when someone checks off the “cancer” box on their intake form.
The content is based on current research and information has been gathered from credible sources. We will discuss some interesting questions such as, “Why does everything in California cause cancer?”, “Can massage spread cancer?”, and “What is Lynch Syndrome?”.
The highlight of the course is reviewing indications for massage so that you know how you can help and reviewing the contraindications so that you know how to avoid injuring someone.
The course is presented through videos, graphics, interactive quizzes, and reader engagement. You will also be provided with a useful guide to reference in your clinic so you can always be prepared.
Subsequent to completion of this course, participants will be able to:
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After successful completion of this course, you will understand:
The criteria used by the CRA to assess whether someone is an employee or an independent contractor
The differences between sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations
The advantages and disadvantages to incorporation
The fundamental elements of the balance sheet and income statement and the difference between accrual accounting and cash accounting
The difference between operating and capital expenses, and the impact write-offs have on taxable income
Common red flags that may trigger an audit or review by the CRA
How income tax brackets work and why they shouldn't be worried about moving into a higher tax bracket
Which expenses are eligible for deduction
How to file a personal income tax return using TurboTax online
Filing and payment deadlines and when instalment payments are required
Instructor: Jordan Pierson, CPA, CA
Duration: 1.5 Hours (CEU Secondary/ Category "B")
12 Contact Hour Seminars ($450/$395)
20 Contact Hour Seminars ($750/$695) - Primary, Category "A"
25 Contact Hour Seminars ($1000/895) - Primary, Category "A"
Seminar Series & Additional Seminars
John F. Barnes, PT, LMT, NCTMB has had the opportunity of training over 100,000 healthcare professionals in his Myofascial Release Approach. Our goal is to help the therapist improve their logical/intuitive abilities and confidence thereby resulting in consistent and profound results for their patients.
Discover how this truly unique Approach can help you develop the skills and confidence to provide consistent results for your patients and clients while adding fulfillment and revitalizing your professional and personal life!
John F. Barnes’ Myofascial Release® is considered to be the ultimate mind/body therapy that is safe, gentle and consistently effective in producing results that last. John F. Barnes, PT is an international lecturer, author and authority on Myofascial Release. He is considered to be a visionary and teacher of the highest caliber.
Our seminars are designed to be ‘hands-on’ experiences. Our seminars build upon one another providing a logical, step-by-step, comprehensive approach for the treatment of pain, headaches and dysfunction. The Myofascial Release Approach is easily learned so that you can utilize the techniques taught in class immediately upon returning to your practice.
This is a hands-on seminar with labs sessions where you will perform techniques on other students and other students will perform techniques on you. It is recommended to bring shorts and a T-shirt, or sports bra/tank top or a two-piece bathing suit to each class to aid in the hands-on lab.
For more information, please visit: Myofascial Release Seminars
Chronic Pain Simplified is an online video lecture series focusing on the mysteries of soft tissue injury and chronic pain.
Last March, when Covid-19 showed up, we decided to maintain our introductory offer of “two modules for the price of one” for $300 (plus tax), until the end of the year. And although we’ve decided to maintain our “two for one” offer with regards to full access to both modules, the new price, effective January 4, 2021, is $450.00 (plus tax).
Chronic Pain Simplified Online
CEUs: 40 Primary Category 'A'
The practical techniques, taught in a split screen format, for Modules One & Two include active/passive myofascial techniques of the cervical spine, low back, the upper extremity & the hip/pelvis.
To sign up for the courses, simply go to www.chronicpainsimplified.com and navigate to the courses section where you can choose the yearly pass and other options.
Once you’ve logged in to your account, click on Continuing Education (under Lectures) and follow the instructions.
For more information, please visit our website:
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Telephone: 902 471 5059
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebSite: https://www.dragonflyreleasecentre.com/
Date: 7th FEBRUARY, 4TH APRIL, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2021
Location: Mahone Bay Centre (or mutually agreeable location!)
CEUs: MTWPAM (5 Secondary Category "B")
Investment: $350 + HST (See Deposit Notes Below)
This course of instruction is offered through Dragonfly Release.
This one-day course is designed specifically for those RMTs who are either already involved in their own business or are seeking valued information in how to start! Many students and new RMTs, considering opening their own practice space, have concerns and doubts. Dragonfly has spent considerable time pulling together, what we feel, is a focused product enabling attendees to effectively prepare for their entry into entrepreneurship and self determination.
Delivering both a mix of interactive and lecture-based material, this course is aimed at both existing RMT’s with experience in the field of massage therapy, but also new graduates yet to gain that experience! Consequently, taking the lessons learned from this product, attendees will be able to tailor their outcomes to their own specific needs and goals.
Not only does this course review your options, it also tackles stock requirements, accountancy, insurance billing, name registration and marketing together with forward planning tools, which will aid YOU in your preparation for entrepreneurship.
The course provides not only the usual high standard of literature expected from a Dragonfly course, but additional BONUS MATERIAL which, we feel, will provide the new entrepreneur with a head start in their new business venture.
A non-refundable deposit of $200.00 is required to secure your place on this course. Please contact Dragonfly Release to have your invoice issued to you for payment.
This Acupressure and Meridian Massage course is designed to teach students the basics concepts and techniques used in acupressure and meridian massage. This course focuses on identifying and treating musculoskeletal conditions using acupressure and meridian massage principles and techniques.
The ancient practitioners of China spent thousands of years perfecting their system of massage. While they use the terms acupoint, meridian and qi, in this course, we update the language and discuss the concepts of trigger points, neurovascular nodes, myofascial meridians and how mechanical force is transmitted through predictable pathways in the body.
Students will learn the principles of how acupressure works and what it can be used for, including cautions and contraindications.
With a modern understanding of acupoints, meridians, and “energy,” we then move to section two, where students learn seventeen different manual techniques to treat the body's connective tissues. The techniques are broken down step by step, detailing body mechanics, hand positions, and areas of application.
In sections three and four, students will learn how to locate the exact locations of over 100 of the most commonly used acupoints in the body and how to apply the appropriate techniques learned in the previous section to each of the points.
Section five focuses on assessing and treating common musculoskeletal disorders such as shoulder pain, neck pain, low back pain, and headaches using a variety of techniques and acupoints.
In section six, the focus moves to homecare. Homecare is an essential part of any form of massage therapy. In this section, students will learn simple stretch exercises, basic strengthening exercises and postural correction exercises.
Academy of Integrative Medicine (AIM) launched in early 2020, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. We are deeply empathetic to the psychological and financial challenges being faced by our community and regularly discount the cost of our courses to allow you to continue your professional development in the wake of the pandemic at an affordable price.
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Acupressure Treatments for Headaches
Aromatherapy for Manual Therapists: Understanding Essential Oils
Boost Your Business: Marketing Techniques for the Massage Therapist
Integrating Meditation and Manual Therapy
Advanced Home Care for Therapist and Patient: Self-Myofascial Release
Anatomy and Physiology of the Pregnant Patient
Clinical Assessment of the Upper Body
Clinical Assessment of the Trunk and Lower Limbs (NEW)
Gross Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton
Gross Anatomy of the Lower Limb
Gross Anatomy of the Upper Limb
Understanding the Cardiovascular System
Understanding the Peripheral Nervous System
Therapeutic Exercise: Back & Core Conditions
Therapeutic Exercise: Cervical & Upper Limb Conditions
Therapeutic Exercise: Theory & Functional Approach
Therapeutic Exercise: Lower Limb Conditions (NEW)
Understanding the Patient: Trauma and Mental Health
Understanding the Patient: Palliative Care
In this course you’ll learn how to effectively communicate with your patients about pain, whether it’s acute or chronic. You’ll understand how to implement movements strategies to not only promote confidence and resilience in your patients, but also to help them gain confidence to move through and improve their ADLs. You’ll gain the understanding to do therapeutic exercise and movements right in your treatment room, without having to use a gym, and also without having to refer out to another professional for exercise. This in turn will increase your patients' confidence in you, and will also put more money in your pocket because you won’t have to refer them to someone else once you have the understanding of how to do therapeutic exercise in your treatment room.
Jamie is a Registered Massage Therapist, former massage college instructor, first responder/first aid instructor and volunteer firefighter in Victoria, BC.
He graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2010 and has been working as an RMT ever since with a focus on sports and sport injuries.
As a massage therapy student Jamie began volunteering with the Victoria Grizzlies Junior A hockey club and has been with the team ever since as an RMT and first responder.
Prior to massage therapy school, Jamie worked as an industrial first aid attendant for six years and began volunteering with the fire department in 2002.
In 2010 he became certified as a first aid instructor and later as a first responder instructor.
He has since taught RMT students and RMT colleagues first aid and how to handle medical emergencies within their practice; he considers this to be one of the best parts of his career.
Jamie is the founder of the Massage Therapist Development Centre (www.theMTDC.com), which is a collaborative blog dedicated to the development of RMTs.
Telephone: 902 471 5059 Email: email@example.comWebSite: https://www.dragonflyreleasecentre.com/
This one-day course of instruction is offered through Dragonfly Release.
Date(s): April 18th, October 17th (Separate Course Offerings)
Location: Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy, Halifax
Investment: $ 150.00 including HSTCEUs: MTWPAM (5 Primary, Category "A")
This one-day course (endorsed by the NSWCB), provides knowledge and skills needed to clearly understand your responsibilities to each other, the public and your employers regarding OHS in a Massage Therapy based or clinical environment. The goal is to ensure that both the therapist and their patients (the public) are similarly protected.
SO, HOW SAFE ARE YOU? Come and find out....
Practical demonstrations will be conducted, together with a handy manual outlining a number of techniques and methods, which is yours to keep!!
Please note a full non-refundable/transferrable payment is required to secure your place on this course, payable by etransfer to the above email address.
INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE is a 4000-year-old therapy that treats the person on 3 levels; the physical, mental, and subtle. The modality is a combination of the traditional Indian head massage moves originating from India along with non-traditional moves given to the face, neck, upper arms, and shoulders. An Ayurvedic element of the work is done on the three higher Chakras (Visuddha, Ajna, and Sahasrara), which can help to assist the body's energies to rebalance. The delivery of a hair and scalp conditioning oil at the end of the treatment is completely optional.
This unique and ancient massage is done while a client sits fully clothed in a comfortable low back chair. It is the most versatile of all massages out there. Simply said, this massage can be done anywhere you can set up a chair for your client to sit on and receive this treatment.
In the three-day intensive course, Lee-ann Harder, (tutor of this therapy for 12 years) will provide a comprehensive grounding in the theoretical basis and practical application of Indian Head Massage. Students will be able to use the technique as a principal or complementary part of their professional practice.
https://academyofimed.com (Scroll to bottom of page to register for Free!)
In the world of manual medicine, few tissues get more attention than fascia these days. And that is for a good reason. Since we first started exploring human anatomy as a science, this wonder tissue has been discarded as little more than wrapping around the tissues. Now, we are beginning to see it for what it is: A tensional force transmission tissue. A tissue of communication. A system of defence. A feeling, a living system, and so much more.
In this course, we talk all things fascia. We go through all of the main characteristics, functions and dysfunctions of fascia. We dig into the anatomy and see how even the smallest part of this system communicates, affects and interacts with the whole. Understanding the myofascial system gives us a much deeper appreciation of how everything is connected.
This course is all about the theory; as Thomas Myers says, "It is not our job to promote one technique over another, nor even to posit a mechanism for how any technique works. All therapeutic interventions, of whatever sort, are a conversation between two intelligent systems." We will discuss different forms of therapies that are affecting change in the myofascial system, but the focus is understanding the tissue as a whole.
Cupping has been gaining popularity rapidly, particularly after the last Olympics when several athletes were seen with the classic red circle marks of cupping. Celebrities are on the band wagon as well. All of this is for good reason. The health benefits to be had from the regular use of myofascial cupping therapy are vast.
This course is designed to introduce the concept of myofascial cupping and or build upon existing skills using myofascial cups. The course begins with a brief history of cupping, then goes through anatomy and physiology, cautions and contraindication, assessment and treatment of each region of the body.
The information presented comes from the most up to date research in the field of fascia, cupping and pain management.
As an added bonus I will also be showing students how to use cups for self care, as well as essential oils and ointments that compliment cupping perfectly.
MTWPAM cordially invites you to the 2021 Annual General Virtual Meeting!
2021 Virtual AGM (MTWPAM)
Video Conference Link: https://meet.google.com/rnn-fyhe-kkh
PIN: 892 803 260#
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