Managing Pain with Massage (Includes Research) - 12 CE Hours
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The 12 CE hour Managing Pain with Massage home study course is a course which introduces you to using outcome based massage to treat clients in pain. This course provides research supporting massage for treatment of pain. It also explains massage modalities which can be used to treat clients in pain. It defines pain and pain origins as well as outcome based massage and pain assessment. The DVD-ROM included shows detailed clips of the massage therapy techniques involved. This course meets the NCBTMB's new Board Certification 3 CE hour requirement on research.
This Course Will Present:
Information on pain, including pain origins and pain research
Research supporting massage for pain management
Definition, contraindications, and benefits of treating pain with massage
A description of outcome based massage and basic pain assessment
Different massage modalities which may be used to treat pain
Information on breathing pattern disorders
You Will Receive:A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Pain Management, by Sandy Fritz and Leon Chaitow, DVD-ROM, guide with instructions, multiple choice exam of 75 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 have a busy life so I enjoy the self-pace type course. I also like having a book to refer back to. - L. Murray, LMT
I feel more confident in treating my clients with pain. - Marisol McGhee, LMT
Lots of great information on pain. - S. Hanson, LMT
Loved it all, very well put together, lots of important information. - Charles Rezendes, LMT
The course content was informative and easy to follow. It also kept my interest. - Belinda Tidwell, LMBT
Which of the following is an example of visceral pain?
B. Kidney pain
C. Nerve trauma
D. Paper cut
What is hyperalgesia?
A. An increased response to a stimulus which is normally painful
B. A decreased response to a stimulus which is normally painful
C. An increased response to a stimulus which is normally not painful
D. A decreased response to a stimulus which is normally not painful
If an individual is taking an anti-inflammatory medication, which of the following massage techniques may be ineffective?