Massage: Alabama Massage Therapy Full CE Requirement 16-Hour Package
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  • Massage Therapy for Sports Injuries 4
    About the Course
    This course is designed to familiarize massage therapists with the techniques most commonly used to treat sports injuries, the general terminology associated with sports injuries, the most common sports injuries, the anatomy and physiology involved, and the sports each injury is usually associated with. The course also reviews several tips for helping athletes avoid specific injuries. In several instances, learners will discover that massage therapy is contraindicated given the specifics of an athlete's condition.
  • Medications & Massage Therapy: Common Gastrointestinal & Pain Medications 4
    About the Course
    Following completion of this course, you will be able to name common medications for pain and inflammation that may require adjusted manual techniques, name common gastrointestinal conditions in which massage may be contraindicated, and list symptoms associated with drug toxicity.
  • Medications & Massage Therapy: Introduction to Pharmacology 4
    About the Course
    Massage can be a highly effective treatment for many conditions however you can do harm if done incorrectly, also be aware of any medications including non-prescription and herbal supplements, as these can influence or be influenced by the massage.
  • Pathology of Chronic Conditions for Massage Therapists 2
    About the Course
    Massage is used to help reduce pain and in some reduce chronic symptoms of cerebral palsy, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome, so to help people get better therapists must understand the illness.
  • Trigger Point Therapy for Rotator Cuff, Sacroiliac and Hip Pain (Part 1) 2
    About the Course
    In this course you will learn a comprehensive understanding of the background of trigger points.  You will also learn how trigger points develop, what common locations are, the difference between active and latent trigger points and also be able to locate and palpate individual muscles or groups of muscles that affect the rotator
     cuff and cause hip pain. Classic massage training typically includes little, if any, understanding of the physical and physiological challenges of sports activities and training. Many massage therapists lack full appreciation of the tools and value massage therapy can hold for enhancing sports training, participation and recovery. The Sports Massage course will draw on the fields of classic massage therapy, Strength and Conditioning, and athletic training, and respected research to introduce massage professionals to the specific physiology of athletic pursuits. We will explore the demands unique to sports, and how the body responds to training and competition. This will support a thorough didactic of the many techniques available to massage therapists in assisting athletes before, during and after competition.

    Florida Massage: this course is approved as general hours. You will not receive hands-on credit for this course.
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Alabama Massage Therapy Full CE Requirement 16-Hour Package

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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Massage Therapy for Sports Injuries 4
    About the Course
    This course is designed to familiarize massage therapists with the techniques most commonly used to treat sports injuries, the general terminology associated with sports injuries, the most common sports injuries, the anatomy and physiology involved, and the sports each injury is usually associated with. The course also reviews several tips for helping athletes avoid specific injuries. In several instances, learners will discover that massage therapy is contraindicated given the specifics of an athlete's condition.
  • Medications & Massage Therapy: Common Gastrointestinal & Pain Medications 4
    About the Course
    Following completion of this course, you will be able to name common medications for pain and inflammation that may require adjusted manual techniques, name common gastrointestinal conditions in which massage may be contraindicated, and list symptoms associated with drug toxicity.
  • Medications & Massage Therapy: Introduction to Pharmacology 4
    About the Course
    Massage can be a highly effective treatment for many conditions however you can do harm if done incorrectly, also be aware of any medications including non-prescription and herbal supplements, as these can influence or be influenced by the massage.
  • Pathology of Chronic Conditions for Massage Therapists 2
    About the Course
    Massage is used to help reduce pain and in some reduce chronic symptoms of cerebral palsy, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome, so to help people get better therapists must understand the illness.
  • Trigger Point Therapy for Rotator Cuff, Sacroiliac and Hip Pain (Part 1) 2
    About the Course
    In this course you will learn a comprehensive understanding of the background of trigger points.  You will also learn how trigger points develop, what common locations are, the difference between active and latent trigger points and also be able to locate and palpate individual muscles or groups of muscles that affect the rotator
     cuff and cause hip pain. Classic massage training typically includes little, if any, understanding of the physical and physiological challenges of sports activities and training. Many massage therapists lack full appreciation of the tools and value massage therapy can hold for enhancing sports training, participation and recovery. The Sports Massage course will draw on the fields of classic massage therapy, Strength and Conditioning, and athletic training, and respected research to introduce massage professionals to the specific physiology of athletic pursuits. We will explore the demands unique to sports, and how the body responds to training and competition. This will support a thorough didactic of the many techniques available to massage therapists in assisting athletes before, during and after competition.

    Florida Massage: this course is approved as general hours. You will not receive hands-on credit for this course.