Fulfill Upcoming State Requirements with ABMP Free CE

The license renewal dates for several states that require CE as part of the renewal process are coming up on December 31, and ABMP members can fulfill at least part of their requirements by taking courses at www.abmp.com/ce and earning free CE.

The states with December 31 license renewal dates are Illinois, North Carolina, North Dakota, and Tennessee. For the most up-to-date information on CE requirements, you can find massage state board information at www.abmp.com/practitioners/state-requirements. ABMP members can log in at www.abmp.com/ce for details on course eligibility.

The ABMP Education Center offers more than 100 on-demand courses from the top educators in massage and bodywork, all featuring free CE for members who complete a quiz. Courses are NCBTMB approved, though CE requirements and eligibility differ by state.

 

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New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Survey

New Mexico's governor and the Regulation and Licensing Department are looking to streamline the application and renewal procedures for licensure. Participate in the survey before December 7, 2021.

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Reaching Out to Massage Clients During the Holidays

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Connecting with clients during the holiday season has become a customary part of most MTs’ annual marketing plans. But that doesn’t mean your client communications this time of year have to be a hard sell.

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Free Partner Webinar: How to Use Topical Analgesics in Your Bodywork

ABMP CE Summit sponsor Stopain Clinical is offering a free webinar for massage therapists and bodyworkers titled "How to Use Topical Analgesics in Your Bodywork" on Wednesday, November 10, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. ET.

The open-forum Q&A event will feature a panel hosted by InReach Health's Craig Hall and featuring Dr. Jeff Forman, Nathalie Cecelia, Teresa Matthews, and Mira Rucker.

ABMP CE Summit Course: A Global Approach to the Knee

Join Allison Denney as she connects connective tissue and manages muscle tissue in and around the knee. Take a closer look at what moves this knobby joint toward dysfunction and gain some perspectives and techniques that bring balance to an otherwise off-kilter structure. 

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