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Question by Ari: Does a licensed massage therapist have to have a special certification for infant massage?
I am an LMT from Las Vegas Nevada and would like to add infant massage to my list of services. I have googled my butt off trying to find out whether or not I need an additional certification for this, but can’t find anything. I have experience working with children and was taught indications/contraindications for infants in school and have done additional studies since then. I believe this is what I should be doing and want to get started but I am hesitant because I don’t want to be breaking any laws. I keep running into certification sites online but I don’t know if this is necessary or just an additional optional CEU.
Anyone out there know where I could find the answer to this? I can’t find it in the NRS (Nevada Revised Statutes) for massage, on the NCBTMB, City of Las Vegas or Nevada State Board Website…
Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!
Answer by Irish Girl
I am in Indiana and I am a LMT as well. You can do infant massages BUT you really need to know what you are doing and having a CEU certification will protect you. I just went to Wisconsin and got my CEU certification in Infant Massage and I am going to workshop in Indiana for a 3 day training on Pre and Post-Natal Massage. I just like to add those to my credentials when I advertise that I can do it.
Have you checked with the AMTA and see if they can help? I know several people that have insurance through them and they can guide you in the right direction.
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Question by marailene: I am thinking of becoming a licensed massage therapist at age 56?
I have never had an established career and have now moved to las vegas Nevada and am female thanks
Answer by essentiallysolo
good for you, I just hope you are in really good physical shape, a massage therapist gets a real workout on a daily basis.
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Question by madjennyvane: Do I have to be a licensed massage therapist to work in San Diego, CA?
I just moved to San Diego from Virginia where I was working as a certified massage therapist. I am having a difficult time finding information about the state and city requirements for massage therapists here. If anyone has any information, please let me know. Thanks!
Answer by karenhhialumni
Welcome to California! I am a massage therapist and I know it is challenging trying to figure out regulations. Unfortunately, California can’t seem to make up it’s mind about how much training and what a massage therapist should actually know.
So…there is currently no state license, although there is a bill floating around that would make two levels of licensure at 250 hours of training and 500 hours of training. In the meantime, we have to go city by city as far as licensing. I’ve seen it range anywhere between no hours and a lot of money required, and 1,000 hours or national certification.
The best way to find out what’s going on is to contact city hall (some cities go through the police department) or see if you can gather any information from local massage schools. If you’d like more info on the bill, try calling Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals aka ABMP at 800/458-2267. I’m sure they can refer you to some more information. Good luck! ( -:
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