Professional Organizations and Associations
All of the therapists at Health Care, PRN LLC are accredited by one (or more) of these professional organizations. Click on the organization’s logo to visit its website and read how their certifications benefit you, the consumer.
American Massage Therapy Association®
The American Massage Therapy Association® represents more than 55,000 massage therapists in 27 countries. AMTA works to establish massage therapy as integral to the maintenance of good health and complementary to other therapeutic processes; to advance the profession through ethics and standards, certification, school accreditation, continuing education, professional publications, legislative efforts, public education, and fostering the development of members.
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork
The National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) is the only national certifying group of massage therapists in the United States. This is the test that professional massage therapists take in the US even if their states don't offer licensure, in an effort to demonstrate their knowledge. Over 34 U.S. states currently use it as a requirement for their state license as well. The certification earned by successful completion of the NCBTMB exam produced by the NCBTMB is NCTMB. For a complete description of what this certification means to you, the consumer, read the NCBTMB Consumer Information guide here.
International Association of Healthcare Practitioners
The International Association of Healthcare Practitioners (IAHP) is a league of healthcare
professionals dedicated to the use and exploration of innovative therapies. The organization was
formed to provide a united voice in the field of complementary healthcare-one heard by
legislative bodies, insurance regulators, the public, and other healthcare providers. Its founder is
John E. Upledger, who originated and developed the CranioSacral Therapy modality.
American CranioSacral Therapy Association
The American CranioSacral Therapy Association (ACSTA) represents and promotes the interests and concerns of the CranioSacral Therapy profession. Membership is open to all CranioSacral Therapy practitioners and proponents of this modality originated and developed by John E. Upledger, DO, OMM.
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