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Immune System and Massage Therapy, 2 CE

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As a massage therapist, it’s important to know and understand the basics of the anatomy and physiology of the immune system. You may be asked to provide massage for clients diagnosed with autoimmune conditions that may affect your treatment or therapy approaches. In your massage practice, you’ll often be relied on to make informed decisions regarding the safety and benefits of specific massage techniques for your clients that enhance immune system function, relieve pain, and provide physiological as well as psychological benefits. Your knowledge and understanding of massage techniques can very well enhance the quality of life for your clients diagnosed with psoriasis, lupus, lymphedema, diabetes, or irritable bowel syndrome, and other autoimmune disorders or conditions.

Test Questions Below and Taking the Test

The exam questions are available for your review prior to taking the exam. The answers are highlighted throughout the course material. At the end of each lesson, you must click the MARK COMPLETE button to move ahead to the next section. Once you’ve completed each section, complete the COURSE EVALUATION to move ahead to the EXAM QUESTIONS. Once you’ve passed the exam with a 70%, you may print or download and save your certificate. Even though THERE ARE NO GRADES (this is a pass/fail course), you may take the exam as many times as you like (although it will not change your pass/fail achievement since there are no grades associated with the course). Once you’ve complete the course, return to MY ACCOUNT to take your next course. You must MARK COMPLETE at the bottom of each lesson to move ahead to the next lesson.

Test Questions

  1. These two tissues are responsible for homeostasis in the body:
  2. What is not a component of blood: 
  3. Lymph is found in: 
  4. The two main lymph ducts found in the body are: 
  5. Identify the organ that does not belong to the lymphatic system: 
  6. The immune system:
  7. Lymphedema is caused by: 
  8. Lupus generally involves:  
  9. Lupus erythematosus is also defined as: 
  10. Common signs or complaints of phlebitis include: 

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: None of the health topics presented here are intended to replace personal judgment nor medical treatment when indicated, nor are they intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always talk to your naturopathic physician about the use of these or any other complimentary modalities. This information is for educational purposes only.

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Course Description

Immune System and Massage Therapy, 2 CE

As a massage therapist, it’s important to understand the basics of the anatomy and physiology of the immune system. You may be asked to provide massage for clients diagnosed with autoimmune conditions that may affect your treatment or therapy approaches. This course is designed to provide you with the information you need in order to:

  • Learn how the immune system and its components function
  • Understand the benefits of massage therapy for autoimmune disorders
  • Identify common signs and symptoms of immune system dysfunction
  • Differentiate between indications and contraindications of massage for specific conditions
  • Identify the most common autoimmune system disorders
  • Refresh your ability to define which technique is most beneficial for your client based on condition or need
  • Understand the pros and cons to steam therapies and wraps for a client dealing with an immune system disorder

In your massage practice, you’ll often be relied on to make informed decisions regarding safety and benefits of specific massage techniques for your clients that enhance immune system function, relieve pain, and provide physiological as well as psychological benefits. Your knowledge and understanding of massage techniques can very well enhance the quality of life for your clients diagnosed with psoriasis, lupus, lymphedema, diabetes, or irritable bowel syndrome, and other autoimmune disorders or conditions.

All courses are fully online with immediate grading and instant, printable certification. Course are available one year from the date of purchase.

Test Questions Below and Taking the Test

The exam questions are available for your review prior to taking the exam. The answers are highlighted throughout the course material. At the end of each lesson, you must click the MARK COMPLETE button to move ahead to the next section. Once you’ve completed each section, complete the COURSE EVALUATION to move ahead to the EXAM QUESTIONS. Once you’ve passed the exam with a 70%, you may print or download and save your certificate. Even though THERE ARE NO GRADES (this is a pass/fail course), you may take the exam as many times as you like (although it will not change your pass/fail achievement since there are no grades associated with the course). Once you’ve complete the course, return to MY ACCOUNT to take your next course. You must MARK COMPLETE at the bottom of each lesson to move ahead to the next lesson.

Test Questions
  1. These two tissues are responsible for homeostasis in the body:
  2. What is not a component of blood: 
  3. Lymph is found in: 
  4. The two main lymph ducts found in the body are: 
  5. Identify the organ that does not belong to the lymphatic system: 
  6. The immune system:
  7. Lymphedema is caused by: 
  8. Lupus generally involves:  
  9. Lupus erythematosus is also defined as: 
  10. Common signs or complaints of phlebitis include: 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION! Prior to reviewing the course materials, we suggest reading through the “exam review practice questions” which are found at the beginning of course. While reading through the curriculum, you will find the “key points” of the exam highlighted throughout each lesson.

 IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: None of the health topics presented here are intended to replace personal judgment nor medical treatment when indicated, nor are they intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always talk to your naturopathic physician about the use of these or any other adjunct modalities. This information is for educational purposes only.

8 reviews for Immune System and Massage Therapy, 2 CE

  1. Bryan

    This course is great!

  2. kaferiko

    Physiology is not my favorite part of massage. I generally have a hard time understanding what system does what. But I must say this course lays it out nice and simple for you.

  3. Tina

    Excellent! Easy to understand!

  4. Jeannette

    Great review

  5. Jeannette

    Learned more than I thought

  6. Tom

    Will really help with my clients

  7. Jean

    Like your classes

  8. Jake

    Easy to understand. Great!

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Materials

All courses are completely online. Each course exam is graded instantly and, once you pass the multiple choice exam with 70%, your "Certificate of Completion" is immediately available for printing. All course information is available for one year from the date of purchase. The student has an unlimited number of opportunities to pass the exam.

Exams consist of either 5, 10 or 15 multiple choice questions. The exam may be downloaded and printed in advance for easier studying.

Approvals

All of our courses have NCBTMB approval.