Neuromuscular Therapy is a four part certification course, allowing the practitioner credentials as an NMT therapist.  This four part program will cover different regions of the body, spine, arms and shoulder girdle, legs, cranial and TMJ.  Upon completion of this four part program, each LMT will be required to sit for an informal certification exam.

Part One         August 23 and 24th, 2017

20 NCBTMB CE’s          $265

Part Two         December 6th and 7th, 2017

16 NCBTMB CE’s          $265

Part Three      March 7th and 8th, 2018

16 NCBTMB CE’s          $265

Part Four        July 11th and 12th, 2018

16 NCBTMB CE’s          $265

**Students are not required to take all four parts in consecutive order.  All courses will be repeated in upcoming education quarters.


Neuromuscular Therapy



 

 

 

NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT) also referred to as trigger point myotherapy, is an effective treatment for pain caused by soft tissue injuries.  Using fingers, knuckles or elbows, as well as a professional orthopedic implemetation tools similar to the chiropractic activator or t-bars, the NMT therapist applies concentrated pressure on the areas of pain until they reach a trigger point.  At this phase a stronger more localized massage is then applied to relax the muscles. Therefore releasing lactic acid, increasing blood and oxygen flow, in turn, enhancing the function of joints, muscles and movement.
During the NeuroMuscular Therapy training course you will cover:
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Functions and dysfunctions of muscles and joints in the torso, cranium, upper extremities and lower extremities
  • Postural analysis
  • Massage and structural balancing
  • Neuromuscular treatment protocols
You will learn how to:
  • assess injuries
  • evaluate and balance posture
  • identify trigger points
  • recognize referral pain patterns
  • alleviate pain with highly effective neuromuscular tecniques
  • stretch muscle fibers
  • release joints in a plane of motion
NMT integrates comfortably into any practice setting and is frequently included in mainstream medicine, as well as integrative medicine, chiropractic and multidisciplinary clinics around the world.