Registered Massage Therapists Continuing Education Courses Approved by CMTBC

Download & print off your certificate immediately after passing the course!

 

These programs have been approved by the CMTBC for Cycle 11 CEC's (Nov. 1, 2016 - Oct. 31, 2018)

Massage education home study programs from prior San Diego Pain Summit conferences.

These have been created by a massage therapist specifically for massage therapists to learn how pain science is both relevant and applicable to your massage practice.

Each program comes with video presentations, quizzes, and downloadable references. Instructions for claiming your certificate can be found (after purchase) in the Introduction in the "Path" portion of the program.

 

Applications of Pain Science, part 1

This course comes with 2PD CEC's approved by the CMTBC for Cycle 11.

Contains video presentations from the 2015 San Diego Pain Summit. There are 10-11 multiple choice questions per video and 80% score is required for passing.

Once purchased, you have 30 days from date of purchase to complete the program.

Presentations:

  • Crossing the Chasm with Dr. Jason Silvernail
  • The M.I.P. Algorithm: A Clinically Applicable Bio-Psycho-Social Model For Motor Control with Dr. Joe Brence
  • Novel Movement with Cory Blickenstaff
  • Making Connections with Diane Jacobs

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will be able to explain how to apply pain science into clinical practice
  • Participants will be able to describe how to create a specific treatment plan as a system rather than a group of specific techniques.
  • Review the function of the nervous system and the brain.
  • Review how different forms of movement can be used to reduce pain and incorporated into a treatment protocol.

Refund Policy- no refunds once program is purchased. Once purchase is made, you have 30 days to complete the program.


Applications of Pain Science, part 2

This course comes with 2PD CEC's approved by the CMTBC for Cycle 11.

This course contains video presentations from the 2016 San Diego Pain Summit and references to support each presentation.

You will have 30 days from date of purchase to complete the program.

There are 5-8 multiple choice questions per video and 80% score is required for passing.

Video Presentations:

  • Practical Pain Science in the Clinic by Sandy Hilton (no references with this presentation)
  • Getting From "Perhaps" To "Yes": Motivation, Confidence And Communication by Bronnie Thompson
  • Challenging the Challenge by Michael Shacklock
  • Willingness to Have Pain & Commitment to Valued Living in Chronic Pain by Kevin Vowles

Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will be able to explain how we communicate with our clients can affect the treatment process.
  • Participants will understand how Acceptance, Awareness, and Commitment Therapy can be a way to add to how we treat pain in our practice.
  • Recognize the holistic importance of the biopsychosocial aspect of pain, rather than only biomechanical.

Refund Policy- no refunds once program is purchased. Once purchase is made, you have 30 days to complete the program.

 

Reviews:

I just wanted to say that I was so impressed with the presentations I watched this last week. The wealth of information shared was amazing and I am so excited to be able to share it all with my clients.
What was a last attempt at getting credits for cycle 10, turned into so much more. I am so thankful to have experienced this as it will change my practice and the way I work with and approach clients and subjects. A huge heart-felt thank you!!!!
— Stacey Naeth, Registered Massage Therapist, British Columbia, Canada
See this? These are fantastic. I don’t need credits but took this offer up because I was disappointed to not be able to take part (even online) in this summit as I was in surgery. I’ve watched just two of the lectures in part one of these course and I have to say it’s the best $30 (even if it is American) I’ve spent in a LONG time - and there’s still two more lectures left. I highly recommend RMTs take this offer up. Well worth the money and the time and I just can’t see how watching these talks WON’T somehow make you a better therapist!
— Chrystal Lad, Registered Massage Therapist, BC, Canada
I do not endorse other people’s classes very often, but I will recommend this one. I just completed it and I feel a little smarter now! If you do not have an understanding of current pain science, this course is the place to start.
— Laura Allen, Massage Educator & Business Owner, North Carolina, United States
This is an excellent format for learning. These videos are directly from the San Diego Pain summit. The teachers are personable and interesting presenters. The class is easy to navigate and customers service was great
— Pete Whitridge, faculty member and former Director of Education for the Florida School of Massage in Gainesville, Florida, United States