Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants: The IWA courses have been approved through dozens of Physical Therapy License Boards and/or State Chapters of the American Physical Therapy Association. In most cases, the courses have been approved for 12 Contact Hours of Continuing Education which translates into 12 CEU's or 1.2 CEU's depending on how your state converts hours. The courses meet the requirements for 12 contact hours of continuing education due to the homestudy involved in each course. The textbooks are sent out 21 days before the course and you are required to spend 6-8 hours reviewing the information before attending the on-site clinic.

Because a few states have approved the courses for more or less than 12 CEU's, please check below for specific information on the CEU approvals for your state.

Occupational Therapists and Occupational Therapy Assistants: The IWA is an approved AOTA provider (provider #4003) and all IWA courses are worth 1.2 AOTA CEU's, 12 Contact Hours and 12 NBCOT PDU's.

Athletic Trainers: The IWA is an approved NATABOC provider (provider #P-121). All courses are worth 12 NATABOC CEU's except for the Integrative Resistance Training course which is worth 13 CEU's and the Pilates course which is worth 11 CEU's.

Massage Therapists: The IWA is an NCBTMB approved provider (provider #301388-00) and all IWA courses meet the NCBTMB criteria for 12 Continuing Education Hours. Please note that the IWA course content can only be used as self care by massage therapists and that teaching specific exercises to your client is beyond the scope of practice per the NCBTMB Standards of Practice.

Registered Nurses: (RN/LPN) All IWA courses meet the criteria for 12 contact hours for RN's.   A certificate will be provided at the course for you to use when obtaining credits for your license.

Others: The IWA courses meet continuing education requirements for kinesiologists, exercise physiologists and other health related professions. Given the nature of the IWA courses, health care professionals who meet the prerequisites for attending an IWA course should not have a problem obtaining continuing education units with an IWA course.