Earn Your CEU Credits with ART Treatment

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What is ART treatment?

Active Release Techniques® (ART®) treatment is a non-invasive system that treats soft-tissue and nerve dysfunction at the source. This hands-on treatment utilizes provider touch and patient movement to pinpoint and treat the origin of the affected area.

What is an ART Seminar?

ART seminars offer a hybrid learning environment that includes online and hands-on training components. While the online portion is self-guided, the hands-on training is led by ART Instructors, many of the brightest minds in soft-tissue care. ART Instructors go through rigorous training and testing to become eligible to teach ART treatment to seminar attendees.

The hands-on training includes instruction and testing. During instructional days of a seminar, attendees will practice ART protocols on other attendees and ART Instructors, receiving immediate feedback on technique.

The final day of the seminar is test day, where ART Instructors will put what you have learned to the test in order to determine if you have successfully completed the seminar.

The dates listed on the registration site include the hands-on instructional and testing days. We strongly encourage you to register at least 4-6 weeks in advance of hands-on training to give yourself time to complete the online materials provided by ART.

Learn more about what to expect during an ART seminar here.

How many CEUs will I earn?

Review the list below to find out how many credits each ART seminar is worth:

  • Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, and Spine Level 1: 15 Credits
  • Full Body Level 1: 44.25 Credits
  • Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, and Spine Level 2: 22.5 Credits
  • Nerve: 22.5 Credits
  • Advanced Full Body: 7.5 Credits
  • Advanced Full Body 2: 7.5 Credits
  • Advanced Full Body Online: 3.5 Credits
Am I eligible to register for an ART Seminar?

Those who have an active health care license or are full-time students pursuing a health care degree may take an ART seminar. Common occupations eligible to provide ART treatment include:

  • Physical therapists
  • Massage therapists
  • Chiropractors
  • Occupational therapists
  • Athletic trainers
  • And more
Earn CEUs and expand your network

Beyond earning credits toward your continuing education, you will be immersed in a network full of the most skilled providers in soft-tissue care.

Beyond expanding your network, becoming an ART Certified Provider creates exclusive career opportunities to take you where you want to go.

Ready to register?

Click here to learn more about ART seminars so you can get CEUs from learning ART Treatment.