Massage in Liechtenstein

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NewsNew regulation found after the CAMbrella deliveries:

No new regulation found.


Notice! All text below is copied from the CAMbrella report – delivered Dec 31, 2012
 

‚Medizinischer Masseur‘ is regulated according to the national legislation
“Gesundheitsgesetz Art. 7 ff sowie Gesundheitsverordnung Art. 51 bis 53” (185, 186). The
work specifications include water-, heat- chill- and electrotherapy as well as manual
massage.

The educational level is at least two years of training at an approved school of
medicinal massage. The law describes in detail post-graduate training and restrictions of
treatment like diagnoses and prescriptions.

Massage is registered with two professions in the EU regulated professions database as
follows:

Masseur/Massage therapist/Spa therapist/Masseur-Aesthetician is a directly related
regulated profession with title “Medizinischer Masseur” recognized under Directive
2005/36/EC (5), ID 3304. General system of recognition- primary application. Qualification level: SEC – Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course, Art. 11 b (7). Useful link: http://www.llv.li/amtsstellen/llv-agd-home.htm.

Masseur/Massage therapist/Spa therapist/Masseur-Aesthetician is a directly related
regulated profession with title “Medizinischer Masseur” recognized under Directive
2005/36/EC (5), ID 287. General system of recognition- primary application. National
legislation: Art. 6 Abs. 1 lit. l Gesundheitsgesetz, LGBl. 2008 Nr. 30 iVm. Art. 51 ff
Gesundheitsverordnung, LGBl. 2008 Nr. 39. Qualification level: SEC – Certificate attesting the completion of a secondary course, Art. 11 b (7). Useful link: http://www.ag.llv.li.