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While an aspiring massage therapist could choose to focus on techniques that promote relaxation instead of medical treatment, Alabama still requires strict certification and licensure if you expect to call yourself a massage therapist. Before you can even begin the certification process, you’ll first need to obtain 650 hours of training and preparation at an accredited Alabama massage school.

Alabama Massage Therapy License Renewal and Continuing Education

In Alabama, you are required to renew your license every two years by submitting a reapplication form and fee. If your license expires, you have up to five years to renew via a form or fee with an additional late fee. After five years, you may be subjected to recertification procedures.

Each time you renew your license, you will also need to complete 16 hours of continuing education. These 16 hours must be done within the two years prior to your renewal request and can often be done through massage therapy schools in Alabama. If you happen to complete more than 16 hours, you will not be allowed to put those excess hours towards your next renewal, so make sure you complete your continuing education in the appropriate time frame. You can find a list of pre-approved continuing education providers on the Alabama Board of Massage Therapy website.

Through campus based and online programs, aspiring Massage Therapists in Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile and Huntsville, Alabama may be able to prepare themselves for the possibility of employment in some of the largest hospitals and healthcare facilities in the state including Huntsville Hospital, Mobile Infirmary Medical Center, Saint Vincent's Birmingham, and Dekalb Regional Medical Center.

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