These courses grant Continuing Education Credits (CEUs/IPLs). If this course is required as a transfer credit or as a prerequisite, please check with the accepting institution to determine transfer and/or prerequisite eligibility.
SCHEDULE (see current dates below):
Basic A&P for Bodyworkers (42 hrs) is offered three times per year:
- January and September (Tuesday evenings 6:30-9:30pm for 14 wks)
- May (Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:30-9:30pm for 7 wks)
Advanced A&P for Bodyworkers (42 hrs) is offered two times per year:
- January and September (Thursday evenings 6:30-9:30pm for 14 wks)
Pathology Introduction for Bodyworkers (21 hrs) is offered two times per year:
- January and May (Every other Wednesday for 7 sessions 6:30-9:30pm)
This course provides detailed knowledge of the structures and dynamic physiological processes of the musculo-skeletal system. Learn how to access, manage, rehabilitate, and prevent many common types of injuries.Prerequisites: Basic A&P (SELF1164) or equivalent. Note: May be taken concurrently with SELF1164.Note: If required, please check with the accepting institution to determine transfer and/or prerequisite eligibility.
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Practitioners of bodywork therapies need to know the physical functions of various systems in the body in order to bring a depth of understanding to their particular bodywork practice. Students in complementary and other health-related professions who require a working knowledge of the basics of human anatomy and organ systems will find this course ideal. Note: If this course is required as a transfer credit or as a prerequisite, please check with the accepting institution to determine eligibility. This course may be taken concurrently with ASSC2101: Advanced A&P.
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An introduction to the study of the essential nature of diseases and especially of the structural and functional changes produced by them. This course is a natural continuation from the basic understanding of anatomy and physiology, bringing the analysis of the different mechanisms than can drive the body off balance. Explore the foundations for explaining the diseases and conditions affecting it including infectious agents, hemodynamic disorders, and neoplasms as well as the basics of surgical procedures and medication awareness.Ideal for candidates preparing to enter the RMT program, students that have completed Anatomy and Physiology courses and wanting to advance their knowledge, and practicing and aspiring health care personnel with an interest in expanding their knowledge of how the body works facing disruptions and disease.
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