MASS182G - Pathology and Massage II
Pathology and Massage II is a course designed to teach the massage therapist the benefits of massage on the circulatory, urinary, lymphatic, reproductive, integumentary, respiratory, and lymphatic systems as well as when it is safe to perform massage on individuals with specific diseases, syndromes or conditions of these systems. This course will further instruct students when and how to make adjustments to accommodate clients with these diseases, conditions or syndromes and when massage is contraindicated.
Prerequisites: Permission of the Massage Therapy Program Coordinator, complete MASS251G, MASS261G, MASS191G and MASS281G with a grade of C or better. Co-requisites: MASS271G, MASS192G, MASS172 and HOSP244G.