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Pathophysiology

This new 18 hour CE course is pretty neat… it’s actually 3 – 6 hour CE courses in one bundle!

Barefoot Bodyworks Patho course for LMT’s is Ar DoH Approved. Brush up on your Patho with an actively employed critical care nurse!

What is Pathophsyiology?

It’s a convergence of pathology with physiology. Pathology is the medical discipline that describes conditions typically observed during a disease state, Whereas physiology is the biological discipline that describes processes or mechanisms operating within an organism. Pathology describes the abnormal or undesired condition, whereas pathophysiology seeks to explain the physiological processes or mechanisms whereby such condition develops and progresses.

Pathophysiology can also mean the functional changes associated with or resulting from disease or injury. Another definition is the functional changes that accompany a particular disease

Our Barefoot Bodyworks Ashiatsu Massage Trainings Classes

Pathophysiology for Massage Therapists – 18 CE

Arkansas Dept. of Health approved

Cost of tuition includes the textbook ($80 value), attend the two 6 hour lectures as a prerequisite (must attend the 12-hour lecture for the online hours can be given); 6-hour online course! Brush up on your Patho with an actively employed critical care nurse! I have many real-life stories to relate to the course material about the most significant disease processes mentioned in the text!

This book will give you, the student, access to animations, power points, and help with your knowledge assimilation. The online portion actually consists of you completing the homework assignments from the textbook so the information can really sink in!

$350 for all 18 hours

Patho Homestudy Course 6 CE’s

Arkansas DoH approved #2016-064

Your tuition of $135 includes your own full-color textbook (to be mailed to you as soon as you register for class), Pathophysiology for Massage Therapists by Virginia Cowen ($80 value). Use this text as a reference in your massage clinic for clients presenting with new onset or existing pathological conditions which require research for massage techniques that may be indicated or contraindicated

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