About this title:
Massage Therapy Review: Passing the NCETMB, NCETM, and MBLEx Exams is designed to help massage therapists prepare for the National Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCETMB), the National Certification Exam for Therapeutic Massage (NCETM), and the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx). The exam reviews are a thorough study of a broad range of material. New graduates find the exams stressful, as they must pass in order to practice as a licensed professional in most states. This is the only review text that offers questions, answers, and explanations in the same form and organization as the exam itself. 7 full practice exams of 150 questions are available online, 2 of which are timed to simulate the real testing environment. A high first time fail rate combined with the fact that graduates must pass this exam in order work as a professional, makes Massage Therapy Review: Passing the NCETMB, NCETM, and MBLEx Exams the right choice. The text is richly illustrated and includes pneumonic devices to aid the learning process, test taking tips, a Prep Course Outline, a 200-page Anatomy and Physiology Outline, and a CD containing 980 test questions provides a comprehensive review presented in a clearly written style.
About the Author:
Laura Abbott is an NCTMB certified massage therapist having graduated from Academy of Somatic Healing Arts in Atlanta October 2000. She earned her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science in 1987 and her master’s degree in Sports Medicine in 1988 from Georgia State University. She interned at Emory University Cardiac Rehabilitation and at Georgia Institute of Technology Athletic Department. Laura worked with Federal Occupational Health training and educating Federal Law Enforcement officers and traveled around the country presenting continuing education programs for many years. She has been quoted in Ladies Home Journal magazine (Nov. 2000) and was a featured speaker for the Speaking of Women’s Health Expo for 2 consecutive years. Laura also has presented at the National American College of Sports Medicine conference and currently teaches in the Kinesiology and Health department at Georgia State University and in the massage therapy department at Georgia Medical Institute (Corinthian Colleges, Inc). She has owned and operated Premier Performance, Inc. in Atlanta since 1991 which specializes in exercise and massage rehabilitative therapies and continuing education programs.
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