Description
Musculoskeletal Anatomy for the Massage Therapist
This course introduces students to the anatomy and function of the skeletal and muscular systems of the body. Students learn the names, locations, insertion points, and actions of many of the muscles of the human anatomy. Furthermore, students apply what they learn and develop the essential palpation skills to identify the bones and muscles that comprise the musculoskeletal system. Students also acquire necessary skills for practical range of motion movements.
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
4
Offering
Course
THERMASS 10537136
Academic Group
Associate Degree
Academic Organization
Health Related Professions
Enrollment Requirements
Co-requisite: Body Structure and Function, 10501153 or Genearl Anatomy and Physiology, 20806206 and Program Plan 315371 or 315371-CA
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring