THE CHIROPRACTIC-INTEGRATED MASSAGE PRACTICE ⎯ HOME STUDY COURSE
Practicing massage in a Chiropractic clinic can be a great way to boost your professional esteem, educational experience, and financial well-being. But it's important that you first become well-qualified to know what to expect and how to integrate your massage skills with what DC's are doing.
Now you can let go of any worries you might have and let this NCBTMB-approved course qualify you to confidently work with Chiropractors.
You can trust this complete training course is the only one of its kind, reliably developed by a Doctor of Chiropractic and two Massage Therapists with extensive clinical and teaching expertise.
Not only does this course fully qualify you to "co-manage" patients' care, it also shows you how to ensure you have a satisfying work experience.
Why not enjoy the opportunities that you get by working alongside DC's in a clinic? Like seeing plenty of patients, working as a team member in a safe and supportive environment, and consulting with the doctor about case studies the way true professionals do.
You Learn These Three Main Skills:
Chiropractic principles, spinal-neural-soft tissue relationships, and how to integrate your massage work with them.
How to co-manage all areas of patients' care who are also being seen by the Chiropractic doctor.
How to clearly communicate with patients about every aspect of their care with you and accurately explain how their massage treatment with you works integratively with their Chiropractic care.
It's critical that you know how to do these three things when working with patients in a Chiropractic clinic:
Properly consult with them, examine them, and monitor their progress with you in ways that are aligned with their Chiropractic care.
Provide massage treatments that are integrated with patients' Chiropractic care.
Explain the differences between the care the doctor provides for them and their massage care with you, and how the two work together to provide patients with optimum results.
Let's face it, few if any doctors have formal massage training so they do not teach Massage Therapists how to do the important things this course teaches you.
Being both a Massage Therapist and a Chiropractic Doctor, I'm well aware of the problems that can prevent DC's and MT's from working harmoniously with one another.
So I created this course to MAKE SURE that all-too-common misunderstandings which can prevent Massage Therapists and DC's from working together most harmoniously don't happen to YOU!
You can rest assured this course teaches you everything you need to know to ensure you have a satisfying and successful experience working alongside Chiropractors in a clinic.
It places you head and shoulders above other Massage Therapists applying to work in one!
Here's what comes with this course:
√ Your Course Manual
Your professionally designed, well-organized manual teaches you all principles, procedures and communication phrases in a step-by-step easy-to-follow manner.
If you plan to work in a Chiropractic clinic you don't want to miss out on the all-important Policies and Contracts section that's dedicated to making sure your needs are protected and met!
√ Complete Video Presentations
Enjoy watching the visually rich videos at your own pace and convenience as they guide you through the important information found in your manual.
√ Over 20 Forms and Letters
Specially designed forms and letters make all procedures easy for you to perform.
√ Your Prestigious Masters In Massage Certificate.
√ Doctor's Recommendation
When you apply for a massage position in a clinic, you can have the doctor call Doctor K. to provide you with a reference, placing you far ahead of other applicants.
√ Ongoing support
You stay connected with our community of practitioners and Facebook group, and you can receive personal support through email or phone us if you need.
√ 21 Hour NCBTMB Approved CE's upon test completion.
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Chapter 1 Massage Therapists' Role Working with DC’s.
Chapter 2 Terminology.
Chapter 3 DC's & DO's Practice Objectives & Protocols.
Chapter 4 Massage Therapists Objectives Working Integratively with Doctors.
Chapter 5 The Vertebral Subluxation Complex, Facet Syndromes, Neurological & Myofascial Disturbances.
Chapter 6 Soft Tissue Injury Mechanisms and Treatment:
Chapter 7 Understanding Three Phases of Care Some DC’s use as Patient Care Guidelines.
Chapter 8 Understanding Patients’ Three Massage Needs.
Chapter 9 Common ICD Listings DC’s Use.
Chapter 10 How to Use the Massage Therapy Rx Form.
Chapter 11 How to Perform Patient Consultations.
Chapter 12 How to Perform a Professional Integrative Exam on Pts Receiving Chiropractic Care.
Chapter 13 Communications Before, During, and After Massage Sessions.
Chapter 14 Keeping Professional Integrative Style SOAP Notes on Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care.
Chapter 15 Critical Do’s & Don’ts Working with DC’s.
Chapter 16 Practice Policies to Ensure You Work Compatible with DC’s.