Massage and Physical Therapist Continuing Education is now available with LE-Solutions, NCBTMB approved.

Oct 20, 2023

Le-Solutions is pleased to announce it new NCBTMB nationally approved licensed massage therapist  (LMT) 5 hour continuing education CE unit class  focused on Lymphedema.  This class is online and available to you based on your schedule.  Our class will give you the knowledge to provide enhanced care for your clients with lymphedema and grow your business.  Take a look at our offering here

NCBTMB Approved Provider #1001176

State of Hawaii Board of Physical Therapy Approved


Revolutionizing Lymphatic Care: Assessing & Managing Lymphatic Disease (5 CE)

Module 1 Anatomy and Physiology of the Healthy Lymphatic System

Module 2: Understanding The Impact of Lymphatic Disease

Module 3: Screening and Staging for Lymphatic Disease

Module 4: Treatment For Lymphatic Disease

Module 5: Advancements in Lymphatic Technology; Current Developments and Future Research Directions


Don't let your license expire because you have not completed your CE credits.  We will also be offering hands on classes so check back with us periodically.

Our course is approved and accepted by the State of Hawaii and others that accept NCBTMB approved courses.

The State of Hawaii now requires massage therapists to complete 12 CE units every 2 years. The next deadline for completion is June 30th 2024. 

Act 102, SLH 2021 amended Hawaii Revised Statutes § 452-16 (Renewal of license; fee; continuing education.) to require continuing education for all Hawaii massage therapists with the biennium commencing on July 1, 2022 and every biennial renewal thereafter.

Q: Will online courses be accepted? A: Distance learning courses will be approved. Distance learning includes courses taken by home study, whether delivered synchronously or asynchronously online by computer means, by live or recorded video or audio media, or by printed materials. However, first aid, CPR, or other emergency-related courses that are completely online will not be accepted and must include a hands-on component.

Q: What are the requirements for a CE provider? A: Providers of the CE courses shall include massage schools approved by a state board of massage, nationally accredited massage certifying organizations, and local or national professional associations.