Diploma Of Remedial Massage

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This diploma massage course is nationally recognised and will qualify you to work as a massage therapist in medical clinics, health retreats and day spas and in health fields such as aged care and hospitals. Learn how to treat patients with a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the underlying cause of musculoskeletal problems. You will also get to combine your classroom learnings with hands-on clinical experience giving you vital patient experience before you graduate

A remedial massage practitioner has the ability to provide a comprehensive treatment plan based on their evaluation to address the underlying cause of many musculoskeletal problems.

Students undertaking a Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT50307) at SSNT will learn about remedial massage in real-life scenarios and have practical training experience available within their own clinic and in external settings.

  • Recognised nationally
  • Satisfies the academic requirements of AAMT at Remedial Massage Therapist level

What You Will Learn

Throughout this diploma of remedial massage course, you will be educated and trained in:

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Pathophysiology
  • Clinical management
  • Remedial techniques i.e. Myofascial, Trigger points, Lymphatics, Reflexology
  • Therapeutic relaxation massage techniques

Your clinical practice begins at the Wellebing Clinic at Fitzroy Campus where you’ll treat public patients under the guidance of experienced massage therapists. This prepares graduates to confidently commence their own practice in the community.

A Day In The Life Of A Massage Therapist

Day-to-day a massage therapist experiences:

  • Working with a variety of patients
  • Assisting patients with tension, stress and relaxation

The results of massage therapy are generally immediate and effective. Helping patients to connect with their bodies and relax makes this a rewarding profession.

Career Prospects

A SSNT Diploma in Remedial Massage creates many career paths:

  • Medical or multi-discipline clinics
  • Health such as aged care, palliative care and hospitals
  • Health retreats and day spas

The results of massage therapy are generally immediate and effective. Helping patients to connect with their bodies and relax makes this a rewarding profession.

Enquire above to receive a full course guide with greater detail about the courses.

Assessment Methods

Assessment for your diploma will include the following methods:

  • Business plan assignment
  • Clinic/treatment log book
  • Journal entries
  • Practical assessment
  • Quizzes
  • Written assignment