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The popularity of massage therapy has increased over the last 20 years, as people add holistic health care to their overall health regimen. Not only do Naturopathic Doctors recognize massage therapy to be an important part of health care, but Medical Doctors too have recognized the health benefits such as stress and pain relief and overall patient well-being. This has resulted in a demand for Registered Massage Therapists (RMTs) across the country.
At Westervelt College you will learn about Musculoskeletal Anatomy, Pathophysiology, which is the study of changes in the body that occur in response to disease or injury, soft tissue manipulation, hydrotherapy, remedial exercise and nutrition and about combining these to assess and treat various musculoskeletal injuries and chronic conditions. The instructors at Westervelt College are massage therapists who have years of experience and expertise. You will also gain hands-on experience through the Westervelt College massage clinic.
The Massage Therapy courses at Westervelt College is accredited by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. This accreditation recognizes that Westervelt’s massage therapy courses meets the mandate of the College, which is to protect the public’s interest ensure that Massage Therapists practice in a safe and ethical manner and are held accountable for the care they provide to clients in Ontario.
Contact Westervelt College for tuition fees, program start dates and length of program.