Massage Therapist Certificate
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Learn the practice of using touch to manipulate the soft-tissue muscles of the body. Massage therapy is performed for a variety of reasons, including pain treatment, decompressing tired and overworked muscles, reducing stress, rehabilitating sports injuries, and promoting general health.
This program is accredited through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and is licensed through the Texas Department of State Health Services. Prepares students for Massage Therapy Licensing Exam.
- Contact Hours: 510
- Cost of Program: $4,098
- Insurance Fee: $17
- Median Wage: $32,3001
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|MSSGC||2101102||Massage Therapy Fundamentals I||125|
|MSSGC||2101301||Massage Therapy Anatomy & Physiology||75|
|MSSGC||2100702||Massage Therapy Business Practices||45|
|MSSGC||2100902||Massage Therapy Health & Hygiene||20|
|MSSGC||2100502||Massage Therapeutic Modalities||30|
|MSSGC||2201101||Massage Therapy Fundamentals II||75|
|MSSGC||2201401||Massage Therapy Pathology||40|
|MSSGC||2201301||Massage Therapy Kinesiology||50|
|MSSGC||2208602||Massage Therapy Clinical / Internship||50|
TOTAL Contact Hours for Massage Therapist Certificate:
- Median Wage information obtained from the Texas Workforce Commission and the U.S. Department of Labor for 2009 (most recent data available).
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