Muscles of the Shoulder Pictures

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An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904
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An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

shoulder muscles
An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904
shoulder muscles
An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904
An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904
shoulder muscles
An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904
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An Atlas of Human Anatomy, Carl Toldt, MD 1904

 

 

 

 

New York State Massage Licensing

New York State Massage Licensing

State Board for Massage Therapy at msthbd@nysed.gov,

518-474-3817 ext. 150, by fax at 518-473-1951

New York State Education Department
Office of the Professions
New York State Board for Massage Therapy
89 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12234-1000

Exam:  NY State Massage Exam:  Blueprint

Exam based on Massage Therapy job analysis conducted in 2000.

License by Endorsement (transfers) – http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/mt/mtlic.htm#endor

1000 hours of education required

  1. 200 clock hours in anatomy, physiology, and neurology, provided that a minimum of 50 clock hours of instruction is in neurology;
  2. 150 clock hours in myology and/or kinesiology;
  3. 100 clock hours in general pathology, including instruction related to skin, neuromuscular, and soft tissue conditions;
  4. 75 clock hours in the subject of hygiene, first aid, and other areas related to the practice of massage therapy, including but not limited to instruction in: infection control procedures; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) resulting in certification; the recognition of abused and/or neglected patients; and the uses, effects, and chemical ingredients of powders, oils, and other products used in the practice of massage therapy;
  5. 150 clock hours in general theory and techniques in the fundamentals of western massage therapy and oriental massage therapy, provided that a minimum of 50 clock hours of instruction is given in each type of massage therapy; and
  6. 325 clock hours of additional instruction and student practice in massage therapy techniques, within the practice of massage therapy as defined in section 7801 of the Education Law, provided that each student shall be required to directly apply massage therapy techniques to another individual for a minimum of 150 clock hours and that student practice shall be under the on-site supervision of a person licensed to practice massage therapy pursuant to the requirements of section 7804 of the Education Law or authorized to practice massage therapy by subdivision one of section 7805 of the Education Law.