About NAT Home-Study Courses
NAT courses are designed to provide continued education for qualified therapists, healthcare workers, and exercise professionals.
Whether you are new to trigger points, or have been working with TrPt's for years, NAT courses provide you with the latest evidence-based treatment techniques and advanced learning materials from some of the worlds leading manual therapists.
Each course is fully illustrated, easy to study, and designed to deliver practical knowledge that you can apply immediately in your practice.
NAT Certification and Continued Education Credits
NAT learning credits are applied to each course. By completing the required number of credits you may qualify for NAT Levels 1-3 Certification.
Most NAT courses are also accredited for CEU/CPE/CPD credits.
Where to start?
We recommend starting with the NAT Anatomy of Pain - Trigger Point Master Course.
This course is available as a low-cost starter-pack, or can be purchased together with other NAT courses in a number of value-pack options. See below.
How to certify NAT?
In order to certify NAT you will need to complete the exams that apply to each course that you take.
All NAT exams are completed online using our online exam portal where you can create an account to save your answers as you go along. This means that you won't need to complete any exam in one sitting.
Print or Digital Editions
All NAT courses are available as either Print or Download editions. If you choose to order a print edition, you will automatically also receive the download edition.
This enables us to provide you with free copies of any future updates (most courses are updated at least once per year).
In addition to customer service support, we provide comprehensive clinical support to every NAT member.
NAT trained clinicians are always on hand to help you through the learning process, or to provide guidance with any aspect of NAT treatment.
News - Team NAT receives prestigious "Excellence in Education" Award at the 33rd Annual NAMTPT Conference, Chicago, 10/2017
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