Become a clinical massage therapist at MTC, and find yourself working in a variety of healthcare settings, spas, or health clubs, or you can open your own practice one day.
The Clinical Massage Therapist Certificate is a 10-month, 600 contact-hour continuing education program that prepares students to sit for the national licensing exam. Then students can apply to the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation for state licensure. Call 803.732.5218 to schedule an interview.
As a clinical massage therapist, learn how to apply massage techniques to treat soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and myofascial injury, and structural and postural distortions. Therapists who can identify and treat musculoskeletal dysfunctions (tonus system) using postural evaluation, assessment, muscle testing, and hands-on palpatory skills are growing in demand throughout mainstream medicine.
As this profession advances to include assessment and treatment of most soft tissue injuries, clinical massage therapists are becoming more crucial to physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, and athletic trainers. Incorporating massage techniques for specific anatomical and physiological considerations with knowledge of basic musculoskeletal evaluation, assessment, and client education can produce positive results in musculoskeletal healthcare.
How to Enroll
To pursue this certificate, please click on the courses below to see availability. You can register for courses online, and you do not have to apply to the college!
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Sample Program Plan and Costs
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Clinical Massage Therapy
Clinical Massage Therapy can take you into the world of healthcare and beyond. Sports medicine, chiropractic, neonatal, geriatrics and health spas have demand for these skills. Offered day and night, this 10-month classroom and clinical program prepares you to sit for the national certification exam and licensure in South Carolina. Major curriculum: anatomy and physiology; clinical massage theory and practice; allied modalities; statutes and history of massage; business practice, ethics, pathology, and CPR. Admission requirements: a high school diploma/GED, or a college degree; complete student health form and current SLED background check required. You must be able to perform physical tasks. Program qualifies for veteran benefits. Acceptance into this program is contingent on an interview with the Program Coordinator, Jamel Morant. Call 803.732.5218 to set up an appointment.
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