You will learn and be prepared for your state board at this school, well worth the investment! -Swedish Institute a College of Health Sciences Graduate
Welcome to the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences. The Institute was founded in 1916 as the Swedish Institute of Physiotherapy and is the oldest continuously operating massage therapy institution in the country.
The college is proud of its long-standing program in massage therapy, which now leads to an Associate in Occupational Studies degree, and has since also added degree programs in Advanced Personal Training Degree, Clinical and Administrative Medical Assistant, Medical Billing and Coding, Personal Training Certificate and Surgical Technology. We have recently received approval to offer a 32 semester credit hour Certificate in Personal Training. As we approach our 100th anniversary, we pledge to continue to offer programs of the same quality that made our massage therapy program a landmark in healthcare education.
Manhattan! We are in the heart of New York City surrounded by nature – the collective creative spirit of human nature! Art galleries, restaurants, TV studios, retailers, gyms and yoga studios abound in our Chelsea neighborhood. Chelsea is bordered by Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River, Herald Square to the north and the Farmers' Market at Union Square to the south. Times Square and Broadway are within walking distance. Public transportation will bring you to our door.
Massage Therapy at Swedish Institute a College of Health Sciences
Swedish’s Massage Therapy degree program students study both Western and Eastern theories and techniques. Through combined classroom instruction and hands-on practice, our students receive a strong foundation in anatomy and physiology, massage-related pathology, neurology, and kinesiology. Students enrolled in the Massage Therapy program master their skills in our stress reduction and therapeutic clinics and at community service externships.
Source: Career School Now - Swedish Institute a College of Health Sciences