NRT Frequently Asked Questions
The NRT course is approved through several state and national boards. Please visit the NRT CEU page to see if the course is approved for your profession and state.
You must be a licensed healthcare professional in good standing (PT, PTA, LMT, OT, OTA, MD, DO, DC, ATC or NP) that has anatomy training and the ability to treat with manual therapy or massage therapy (within your scope of practice) to attend an NRT Course.
Other professions ( ex. Strength Coaches, Personal Trainers, Reiki practitioners, body work therapists) are not currently eligible to attend NRT courses.
We require each participant to read our NRT pre-course manual that is designed to provide background information, theory and references to prepare them for the course.
No refunds will be provided if the cancellation is within 2 weeks of the course date. OR you can transfer your registration to another course at no additional fee as long as the other course is within a 6-month time frame from the date of the original course for which you registered. Transfers are limited to 1 transfer per registration.
No refunds or transfers will be issued for ‘no shows’ at the course, nor for cancellation any time after the course start date.
No refunds or transfers will be issued if a participant begins the course and is not able to complete it for any reason.
IDN nor host facility are responsible for any reimbursement of expenses the participant may have incurred.
The Integrative Dry Needling Institute reserves the right to cancel the course for circumstances beyond its control. In the unlikely event that this should occur, your tuition fee will be returned in full; however, The Integrative Dry Needling Institute will not be responsible for nonrefundable airline tickets, hotel reservations, or any other travel or personal expenses incurred by the registrant. Integrative Dry Needling Institute will make every attempt to contact you as soon as possible in the event a course must be canceled.