THE CHIROPRACTIC-INTEGRATED MASSAGE PRACTICE ⎯ HOME STUDY COURSE
Practicing massage in a Chiropractic clinic is a great way to boost your professional esteem, educational experience, and financial well-being.
This top-selling course certifies you to effectively and harmoniously practice massage in a clinic setting in ways that ensure your massage work is well-integrated with the care Chiropractors provide.
Let go of any worries you might have about working in a Chiropractic clinic and let this 21-hour NCBTMB-approved course qualify you to confidently do it.
You can trust this course teaches you everything you need to know because it's developed by a Doctor of Chiropractic and two Massage Therapists with extensive clinical and teaching expertise.
Enjoy the opportunities you get when working alongside DC's in a professional setting. You see plenty of patients, work as a team member in a safe and supportive environment, and experience exceptional educational growth.
Important Skills This Course Teaches You
How to properly consult with patients who are referred to you, how to examine them, and how to monitor their progress in ways that are aligned with their Chiropractic care.
How to provide massage that’s integrated with patients' Chiropractic care.
How to clearly and confidently explain to patients how your massage works integratively with their Chiropractic care.
This course teaches you the skills you need to ensure you have a satisfying and successful experience working in a Chiropractic clinic, and places you far above other Massage Therapists.
Here's what comes with this course:
√ Your Course Manual
Your 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 work-related needs are protected!
√ Complete Video Presentations
Enjoy watching the visually rich videos at your own pace and convenience as they guide you through all important skills.
√ 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 if necessary, placing you far ahead of other applicants.
√ 21 Hour NCBTMB Approved CE's upon test completion.
Chapter 1 What is Your Role When Working with DCs?
Chapter 2 Important Terminology to Know.
Chapter 3 What are DCs’ Practice Objectives?
Chapter 4 What are Massage Therapists' Objectives When Working with DCs?
Chapter 5 The Heart of Chiropractic––What Are Vertebral Subluxations? How Do Spinal-Neural-Soft Tissues Interrelate?
Chapter 6 What are the Three Stages of Soft Tissue Injury Repair and What Massage Approaches to Use to Treat Them?
Chapter 7 What are the Three Phases of Care Guidelines?
Chapter 8 What Three Massage Needs Do Patients Present With and How Do You Address Them?
Chapter 9 Which Common ICD Listings Do DCs Use?
Chapter 10 How to Use the Massage Therapy Rx Form.
Chapter 11 How to Perform Patient Consultations on Referred PAtients.
Chapter 12 How to Professionally Examine Referred Patients.
Chapter 13 Important Communications to Know Before, During, and After Massage Sessions.
Chapter 14 How to Take Professional SOAP Notes on Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care.
Chapter 15 Critical Do’s & Don’ts to be Aware of When Working with DCs.
Chapter 16 Must-Know Practice Policies That Ensure Your Work-Related Needs are Met.
“It’s made so much difference in the way I practice having doctor Michael’s knowledge of massage and chiropractic explained so well. I can’t imagine doing massage without having this clear understanding of how the two work together.”
~Mei Kawashima, LMT
“I’ve practiced for over twenty years in a multi-disciplined clinic with DC’s and massage therapists. Michael’s guidance and training have helped us practice together in a complementary manner. His work with MTs paved bridges allowing us to all work compatibly and provide patients the best-integrated healthcare. His new course captures important information and procedures every MT should know to practice effectively in a clinical setting.”
~Adam White, L.Ac., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) former Continuing Education Director at Five Branches University, CEO, Healthcare Medicine Institute
“I am very satisfied with the quality and quantity of the content this Course provides. It’s filled with super valuable information that exceeded expectations! It’s changed the way I practice and I couldn’t imagine not knowing this information. I wish it had been available years ago – you don’t want to let it go by you!”
~Alyson Laurel, B.A. LMT
“I’m excited Michael has taken the time to create a comprehensive understanding of the chiropractic-massage relationship for all to learn in a matter of hours in his new Course, so you don’t need to spend endless years piecing things together trying to figure it all out when he’s done it for you, so you can quickly understand the complementary relationship between the two professions and create a referral-based practice.
“You can benefit greatly from Michael’s new course that gives you a lifetime worth of knowledge about the massage-chiropractic connection. I’ve had the good fortune of learning much of the material directly from him and I’m excited that now any massage therapists can learn it in the homes study course he put together for you.
You’re really missing out on a big opportunity if you don’t understand how massage and chiropractic work together. It really helps when you treat clients who receive both types of care, and especially if you want to get referrals from a DC.”
“I’ve practiced chiropractic and owned clinics, employing over thirty massage therapists, and now recommend doctor Koplen’s course to every MT who wants to upgrade their educational knowledge about what chiropractic and massage each offer, how the two professions work together, and how to treat referred patients.”
~Bruce Handloff, DC
“You are an excellent teacher, Dr. Michael. Your clarifications helped exponentially.”
~Janis Payton, LMT, NCTMB
“Dear Dr. Koplen, I am grateful for the knowledge you have shared, and am enlightened with refreshed understanding.”
“It was very sufficient. It helps gain confidence in performance. Yes, I would recommend it.”
“I have practiced massage in clinic with Dr Michael for years. He’s the most knowledgeable person I know in understanding massage and chiropractic. He honors both fully. The information in his new course explains everything there is to know about how to work complementary. You don’t want to miss it.”
“Great! I felt really good spending the money on this – money well spent – it was very worth my time. This has been a great learning experience. I feel that it should be almost mandatory. I was feeling very deficient but now feel 100% better.”