Course DescriptionThis course covers the disease conditions of the integumentary, circulatory, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, nervous, and endocrine systems and their implications to massage therapy. General practice of massage techniques while relating anatomical/physiological terms and pathological conditions.
- Identify pathology and its related organ system presented in the course.
- Define pathological conditions, its signs and symptoms, as it relates to massage therapy practice.
- Describe the relationship of massage therapy to pathology in terms of precautions, contraindications and indications.
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