Online PR News–Feb. 9, 2011: The School of Massage Therapy at SOLEX Medical Academy provides a program that is the optimum blend of diverse training in Eastern and Western techniques, assessments, diagnostics, full-body treatments, specific condition and business ethics. Located in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, the school has planned to start its next session for Massage Therapy Training Programs March 14, 2011.
“Personalized instructions are taught to every enrolled student to ensure that they can get success in their careers as massage therapists. The facilities are well-equipped and lecture classrooms come equipped with modern technology so that students can learn all the techniques linked with massage training,” according to the owner of Solex Medical Academy.
The course structure has been designed carefully so that the enrolled students can learn every aspect of body work. Moreover, they will be prepared for private practice, chiropractic offices, wellness centers, spas and integrative/alternative health care facilities.
The variety of massage programs include anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, intro to pathology, assessment/palpation, kinesiology, massage fundamentals, ethics and business management, clinical massage, CPR and First Aid and certification exam review. All the courses are split into two to three semesters so that students can properly have a grip over different skills and techniques.
For more information, visit http://www.massage.solex.edu/contact-solex/request-information.
The School of Massage Therapy at SOLEX Medical Academy is at the forefront of providing massage therapy training to future health care providers. It is an accredited massage school and is approved to offer federal financial aid by the U.S. Department of Education. It is a member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA) and is accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA).