Is ART® Certification For You?

To become an ART Certified Provider™, you must be a “licensed healthcare professional” carrying in-force malpractice insurance and active state(s) licensures or a full-time student enrolled in a college or university AND working towards a healthcare professional degree and licensure. Qualified programs include physical and occupational therapy, physical and occupational therapy assistants, chiropractic, massage therapy, nursing, athletic training, osteopathy, and acupuncture. By “licensed healthcare professional,” we mean an individual that has: (1) Completed a program of study through a nationally recognized and accredited college or university; and is (2) Currently licensed to practice the associated profession upon others by the relevant state or national governing body(ies).

ART seminars usually include a diverse mix of healthcare professionals. While many ART Certified Providers™ are physical therapists, occupational therapists, or chiropractors, we are thrilled to accept any attendee with the requisite anatomical knowledge and background and an active license to practice upon others. By training, testing, and certifying all who are capable of providing quality ART treatment, we fulfill our mission to make quality ART treatment available to all that may benefit from it.

Those healthcare professionals eligible for enrollment in an ART Seminar include:

  • Chiropractors;
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists;
  • Physical and Occupational Therapy Assistants;
  • Athletic Trainers;
  • Nurses;
  • Medical and Osteopathic Doctors;
  • Physiotherapists;
  • Massage Therapists;
  • Acupuncturists;
  • Students enrolled full-time in a program of study designed to result in state or national licensure to practice any of the foregoing professions.

Through more than three decades of conducting ART seminars for healthcare professionals, we have found that the significant majority of each of the professions listed above are capable of providing safe and effective ART treatment after completing the requisite self-study, instruction, training, and practice inherent to each ART seminar.