Massage for Low Back and Pelvic Pain - 11 CE Hours
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Have you ever treated clients' experiencing frequent lower back and pelvic pain? Have you ever wanted to learn more about how to effectively treat this common condition? The 11 CE hour Massage for Low Back and Pelvic Pain home study course outlines and explains different assessment and treatment methods for clients suffering from non-specific lower back pain. This course presents detailed information explaining lower back pain, causes of low back and pelvic, assessment methods for treatment, benefits, contraindications, and a guided routine for addressing the lower back and pelvic region. This course is a great resource for all massage therapists.
This Course Will Present:
Causes of non-specific back pain and pelvic dysfunction
Assessment strategies for low back and pelvic pain
Technique strategies for low back and pelvic pain
Therapeutic massage modalities to treat low back and pelvic pain
Benefits and contra-indications of massage application to the low back and pelvis
You Will Receive: A Massage Therapists Guide to Lower Back and Pelvic Pain textbook by Sandy Fritz and Leon Chaitow, instructional DVD-ROM, guide with instructions, exam of 78 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.
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I liked the open book format. - Rachel Henderson, LMT
Done at my own pace on my own time. - Chyril Graf, LMT
I liked reading about the different ways to assess client's that come to me with low back pain. - Don Peterson, LMT
It contained a lot of in depth information on the causes of low back pain and dysfiunction. - Tisa Wycowski, LMT
The information in this course was clear and concise, easy to understand and put into practice. - P. Purvis, LMT
Which of the following are diseases/conditions that can replicate or produce back pain?
A. Ovarian cysts, fibroid tumors and endometriosis
B. Acute kidney pain, stones in the ureter and acute pancreatitis
C. Hiatal hernia, gall bladder dysfunction or disease, aneurysm or osteitis deformans
D. All of the above
Massage techniques/modalities appropriate for treating the low back and hip include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Lymphatic drainage if edema is present
B. Gliding and kneading
C. Compression methods with positional release
D. Feather strokes
Which of the following procedures/modalities is effective in releasing the psoas muscle?
A. Swedish massage
B. Muscle energy lengthening and stretching in all positions
C. Lymphatic massage
D. Neuromuscular thumb technique