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Coalition of National Massage Therapy Organizations Meets to Discuss Issues Facing the Profession

December 18, 2015—The Coalition of National Massage Therapy Organizations met December 4, 2015 in Chicago, IL to continue dialog on a variety of issues facing the massage therapy profession. The coalition comprises seven organizations participating on an equal footing, in an atmosphere of mutual participation and respect. Two representatives from each of the organizations participated in the daylong conversation. 

Important: Career Management System Outage

Important: Career Management System Outage

Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, the NCBTMB Career Management System is currently unavailable until further notice.

NCBTMB's partnering education company, Pearson Vue, is currently experiencing an unexpected outage. For this reason, the NCBTMB Career Management System is currently unavailable. Our teams are diligently working together to restore access as quickly as possible, and will continue to communicate updates as they become available. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

NCBTMB Proud to Participate in 4th International Fascia Research Congress

Burr Ridge, Ill. (September 14, 2015) -- It is with great pleasure that I share with you NCBTMB will be participating in this year’s Fourth International Fascia Research Congress in Washington D.C.! This is yet another collaborative and enriching platform to further the advancement of massage therapy and bodywork, as well as connect with and learn from other health care professionals.

2015 Board Election Now Open

Burr Ridge, Ill. (August 17, 2015) – The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork announced today the 2015 Board Election is now open for voting. Active Certificants are eligible to vote to elect one (1) Board Certified Practitioner (BCTMB) Member to join the NCBTMB Board of Directors beginning in early 2016.

To vote, Certificants will need two important pieces of information:

NCBTMB Statement Regarding Importance of Assigned School Code Program

Burr Ridge, Ill. (July 16, 2015)  As the year progresses, NCBTMB remains highly engaged with state massage regulatory boards. Recently, it has come to our attention that the meaning behind our Assigned School Code Program may have become blurred. Specifically, we are aware of the recent questions surrounding how our program relates to the activities of state boards and, ultimately, the profession at large.

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