Understanding Myofascial Restrictions - 1 CE Hours
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The 1 CE hour Understanding Myofascial Restrictions home study course will introduce you to information on fascia, myofascial restrictions, and assessing and treating myofascial restrictions. The text used is an updated excerpt from Celia Bucci's Condition-Specific Massage textbook. This course outlines:
What fascia is, different types of fascia, and what it is made up of
Causes and contributing factors to myofascial restrictions
Contraindications and special considerations when treating clients with myofascial restrictions
Client assessment and treatment techniques
Research studies that have been done on the effects of myofascial release
You Will Receive:Fascia, 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.
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This course taught me a lot about myofascia that I didn't know before and it did not take forever to complete! - Carly P.
Easy to complete. - Connie F.
Love the download option, can complete courses on my own time. - Linda S.
Liked the facts and diagrams presented. - Brenda H.
Fascial fibers form loose or dense, regular and irregular connective tissue with a/an __________ arrangement.
Which of the following is a primary contributing factor in the development of myofascial restrictions?
a. Mechanical overload
b. Poor posture
c. Poor diet
d. Chronic tension
Myofascial restriction is indicated by:
a. An ability of a superficial structure, such as skin, to glide smoothly over a deeper structure, such as muscle
b. Acute trauma in the area confirmed by an MRI
c. An area, when compressed, that refers pain and/or tingling to another area in the surrounding tissues or in the body
d. An inability of a superficial structure, such as skin, to glide smoothly over a deeper structure, such as muscle