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Orthopedic Massage

Orthopedic Massage is a comprehensive and systematic method of evaluation,
examination and treatment of orthopedic and sports conditions.

Certified Orthopedic Massage Therapist
Certification in Orthopedic Massage requires completion of Courses A, B, & C
and a grade of at least 70% on the final exam.

Course A - Neck & Upper Extremities.
Course B - Lower Back & Lower Extremities.
Course C - Thorax & Pelvis plus Revision of Course A & B.
Certification Exam



Orthopedic Therapy
Orthopedic Therapy is not a technique, but a comprehensive and systematic
method of detection, treatment and prevention of orthopedic and sports conditions
through the use of clinical evaluation, examination, manual therapy,
therapeutic exercises, and preventive therapy.

Certified Orthopedic Therapist
Certification in Orthopedic Therapy requires completion of Courses A, B, C, & D,
and a grade of at least 70% on the final exam.

Course A - Neck & Upper Extremities.
Course B - Lower Back & Lower Extremities.
Course C - Thorax, Pelvis and Revision of Course A & B.
Course D - Advanced Techniques and Problem Solving.
Certification Exam

Sports Therapy
Sports Therapy builds on the knowledge of orthopedic therapy, with a more
specific focus on sports related injuries and rehabilitation exercises.

Certified Sports Therapist
Certification in Sports Therapy requires completion of Course A, B, C, D & E
with a grade of at least 70% on the final exam.

Course A - Neck & Upper Extremities.
Course B - Lower Back & Lower Extremities.
Course C - Thorax, Pelvis and Revision of Course A & B.
Course D - Advanced Techniques and Problem Solving.
Course E - Sports Injuries Assessment & Rehabilitation.
Certification Exam


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Sarasota, FL 34243
Phone: 941-355-2825
Toll Free: 1-800-451-5670
Fax: 941-360-2961
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