The Biomagnetic Therapy Association BTA since 1995 has been committed to quality education, scientific research & professional support. We develop new information about the use of magnetic fields & share this research. Our vision is that through consistent terminology & accurate documentation we will scientifically prove the benefits & limitations of biomagnetic therapy. We set standards of ethics for all biomagnetic specialists. Our Institutional Review Board follows FDA guidelines.
Activities of the BTA:
A news letter is published quarterly to keep members informed of current research & protocol advancements. It connects people to new ideas. Also, a National Registry is maintained with certified specialists.
The Biomagnetic Institute is a division of BTA that provides certification for biomagnetic specialists. The Certified Biomagnetic Practitioner program is open to any member of the BTA. The Certified Biomagnetic Therapist program is open to members who have allied health training. Specifically, anatomy, physiology & pathology training.
Certified Biomagnetic Therapists can qualify for the Researcher program & then the Instructor program.
The Biomagnetic Research Clinic is a division of BTA that conducts ongoing research in basic & applied science.
Benefits of membership:
1. access educational classes
2. receive a quarterly newsletter
3. professional referral network
4. wholesale prices for magnetic modalities
5. opportunity to participate in research projects
6. join with like-minded colleagues committed to professional regulation & who maintain standards of competence & ethical behavior & share case reviews
Membership fee is $ 45.00
Please make check payable to BTA & mail to:
BTA, PO Box 394
Lyons, CO. 80540
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