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The New Brunswick Massotherapy Association (NBMA) is a non-profit professional massage therapy organization which has been incorporated since 1988. From a meeting of 5 dedicated massage therapists, it now represents about 200 therapists from around the province.

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The New Brunswick Massotherapy Association (NBMA) is a non-profit professional massage therapy organization which has been incorporated since 1988. From a meeting of 5 dedicated massage therapists, it now represents about 200 therapists from around the province.

NBMA was a founding member of the Canadian Massage Therapist Alliance (CMTA-ACM) and continues to serve as a full active member.

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The NBMA -AMNB provides information and public education about Massotherapy and free referral service to the public in locating Registered Massage Therapists, R.M.T.s,  in communities across N.B. The Association also provides a forum for on-going professional development and exchange, as well as maintains high professional standards for its members.

NOTE: NEW land address direct to  

Office of Executive Director General,

B. Thibodeau, M. Ed.(admin),

10 rue des oiseaux,

Pointe-Verte, NB

E8J 2V6

RMTs: Updates on development of College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick (CMTNB Vist their website. Be sure to click on the small triangles for more pages. Scroll to the bottom of the page for contact info. 

RMTs: Be sure to visit the Facebook Members' Page. 


YES! Massage Therapy can be indicated as medically necessary!


A medically necessary massage therapy service is a clinically indicated therapeutic service that a patient requires in order to achieve a positive health outcome. Medically Necessary = Clinically Indicated

"Medically Necessary" or "Clinically Indicated" shall mean health care services that a massage therapist, exercising prudent clinical judgment, provides to a patient for the purpose of evaluating or treating an illness, injury, physical dysfunction, disease and/or its symptoms.

www.crmta.ca/doc/20170111_MedicallyNeccessary_ClinicallyIndicated_FINAL.pdf



The College of Massage Therapists of New Brunswick (CMTNB)

is actively seeking nominations for 2 lay members (1 bilingual member) to sit on the Board of Directors which is a 2 year appointment from the Minister of Health. The new members will begin their duties at the Annual General Meeting taking place in Moncton, NB on April 14 2018.

The lay Representative shall,

  1. Attend monthly meetings of the CMTNB Board of directors to represent the public's interest;
  2. Be a voting member of the Board of Directors;
  3. Attend the CMTNB's Annual General Meeting.

Persons interested in putting their name forth as Lay Representatives must provide the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Full Address, including telephone number and email address
  • Curriculum Vitae

For more information or to submit your interest please send an email to registrar@cmtnb.ca or telephone 1-844-836-2402.

 

Sincerely,

Charline McLean

Registrar, CMTNB

 


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* Welcome to new graduates in massage therapy! A $ 100 credit for your first registration in NBMA.

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