This session is inspired by five common myths about massage therapy by Tracey Walton. Understanding the public’s use of misinformation, massage therapists have an ethical obligation to only share truthful and complete information. We look at what constitutes research and how can we let go of the hueristics that hold us back from gathering the right data to give to the public.
When you finish this course, you will be able to:
- Describe the dangers of misinformation;
- Explain the different levels of evidence in research;
- Construct the proper vernacular for speaking with the public about massage therapy topics;
- Discuss the different types of hueristics;
- Apply the learned applications with clients and peers.
Please note that you must complete each AMTA online learning course and pass the exam one year from the date of purchase. If you do not complete the course and pass the exam within one year, you will be required to re-purchase the course.
Online courses expire one year from the date of purchase. When a course expires, you will no longer have access to the course materials and will be required to re-purchase the course.
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This course contains information that is proprietary. None of the material contained within this course may be used without the express written permission
of AMTA unless otherwise indicated in the course. As a reminder, before practicing any new modalities or techniques, check with your state’s massage therapy
regulatory authority to ensure they are within the state’s defined scope of practice for massage therapy.
Online courses are non-refundable. AMTA will not cover fees incurred from duplicate payments, insufficient funds, stopped payments or credit/debit cards over