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Advanced Anatomy & Pathology

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18 CE Hours - E426
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Advanced Anatomy & Pathology

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Materials

  • Video - 74 minutes
  • Text - 647 pages
  • Multiple-choice test
  • Certificate upon completion

Description

Explore the various systems of the body while examining common conditions and illnesses so you can then more effectively help your clients. Knowledge of pathology helps you as a bodywork professional, to know when massage is contraindicated and when to refer your clients to another health care provider.

Through this video- and text-based course, you will be able to familiarize yourself with the common conditions and illnesses you may encounter.

Musculoskeletal, nervous, circulatory, respiratory, endocrine and digestive system disorders are investigated. Some of the afflictions discussed in the course include: fibromyalgia syndrome, spasms and cramps, strains and sprains, joint disorders, whiplash, carpal tunnel syndrome, herniated disc, thoracic outlet syndrome, Parkinson's Disease, headaches and seizure disorders, heart conditions, and bronchitis.

Course Objectives

  • Recognize contagious, non-contagious, and neoplastic skin disorders and determine rules for massage.
  • Recognize injuries to the integumentary system and determine rules for massage.
  • Analyze information from a case histories and determine appropriate action for massage.
  • Identify the group of signs and symptoms involving chronic pain in muscles, tendons and ligaments and other soft tissue of the human anatomy.
  • Analyze information from a case history and determine appropriate action for massage.
  • Recognize joint, connective tissue, and neuromuscular disorders of the musculoskeletal system disorders in human anatomy and determine rules for massage.
  • Name 3 types of bone cells in human anatomy.
  • Classify bones by shape in human anatomy.
  • Select massage technique for resetting spindle cells in a muscle, tendon or ligament.
  • Recognize chronic degenerative disorders of the nervous system in human anatomy and determine rules for massage.
  • Recognize infectious diseases of the nervous system in human anatomy and determine rules for massage.
  • Recognize nervous system injuries and determine rules for massage.
  • Relate the concept of pain-spasm-pain cycle to the nervous system and muscle hypertonicity.
  • Relate the process of digestion to the nervous system.
  • Analyze information from a case history and determine appropriate action for a massage.
  • Identify blood and vascular disorders of the circulatory system and determine rules for massage.
  • Identify signs and symptoms of heart attacks and determine rules for massage.
  • Describe the venous flow in the cardiovascular system and determine rules for massage.
  • Relate the function of bone marrow to the immune system and wellness.
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of lymph and autoimmune system conditions and determine rules for massage.
  • Identify signs and symptoms of infectious respiratory disorders and determine rules for massage.
  • Describe the etiology of lung cancer.
  • Identify the signs and symptoms of digestive system conditions and rules for massage.
  • Describe disorders of accessory organs in the digestive system in human anatomy and determine rules for massage.
  • Describe the function of the endocrine system and the role of the thyroid gland in wellness.
  • Identify endocrine system disorders from signs and symptoms and determine rules of massage.
  • Describe the function of the kidneys in human anatomy.
  • Identify common kidney and bladder disorders form signs and symptoms and determine rules for massage.
  • Identify signs and symptoms of reproductive system disorders and conditions and determine rules of massage.

Course Reviews

Kalley Sherman, LMT

3/29/2022

I was hoping for more in depth videos to go along with each chapter in the book.

Elizabeth Oser, LMT

3/20/2022

Laine LeBlanc, LMT, BCTMB

3/18/2022

Adrian Chaves, LMT

3/1/2022

Kimberly A. DePrez, LMT

2/26/2022

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Instructors

Sean Riehl, CMT

Sean Riehl, CMT

Sean Riehl has been a bodyworker since 1998 when he completed his training program through the Body Therapy Institute in California and subsequently served as an instructor there. Certified in Lymphatic Drainage, Visceral Manipulation, Neuromuscular Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, Myofascial Release and Shiatsu, Mr. Riehl established Real Bodywork in 2000 producing high-quality, professional, instructional massage and yoga videos. With over 40 video titles, Real Bodywork is the preeminent producer of videos in the massage training industry.

Mr. Riehl is author, co-creator and instructor on various Institute courses including Neuromuscular Therapy & Advanced Deep Tissue, Lymphatic Drainage Massage, Myofascial Release, Advanced Anatomy & Pathology, Clinical Massage Therapy, Integrative Massage: Earth, Fire and Spirit, Nerve Mobilization and more.

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