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The 1 CE hour Hyperlordosis and Massage home study course will introduce you to hyperlordosis and low back pain and how massage therapy can be used to help treat the associated symptoms. This course covers signs and symptoms, causative factors, contraindications, and assessment and treatment strategies. The text used is an updated excerpt from Celia Bucci's Condition-Specific Massage textbook. This course outlines:
What hyperlordosis is and the structures involved
Contraindications and special considerations when treating clients with symptoms of hyperlordosis and low back pain
Client assessment techniques such as questions to ask and ROM testing
Massage techniques appropriate for treating hyperlordosis and contributing trigger points
Client self-care including stretching and strengthening
You Will Receive:Hyperlordosis (Low Back Pain), an excerpt from Condition-Specific Massage, by Celia Bucci, guide with instructions, exam of 9 questions, course evaluation, certificate of achievement upon completion, and unlimited phone support for any of your questions.
The Center for Massage Therapy Continuing Education, LLC is an Approved Provider through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB); Approved Provider number 409296-00.
Our continuing education courses are also accepted by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), and most state boards.
For more information on individual state requirements and approvals, please visit our Approvals page and click on your state.
I liked the diagrams to help with which muscles were short & which were weak & stretched. - Robin Lee B.
I learned so much about hyperlordosis, worth every penny. - Janie L.
The customer service was very helpful walking me through the steps. Definately recommend this course. - Michael O.
Up to date, great information that I can use right away. - Xiao Z.
The primary contributing factors in most cases of functional lumbar hyperlordosis are:
A. Poor posture and congenital defects
B. Congenital defects and repeated activities of daily living
C. Poor posture and repeated activities of daily living
D. Injury and repeated activities of daily living
Which of the following tests is intended to assess sacroiliac joint mobility?
A. Resisted ROM
B. Stork test
C. Kemp’s test
D. Valsalva maneuver
A common area of myofascial restriction with hyperlordosis is found:
A. Where the hip flexor tendons cross the hip joint
B. Where the hip extensor tendons cross the hip joint
C. Where the knee flexor tendons cross the knee joint
D. Where the knee extensor tendons cross the knee joint