Physiology/Pathology B – PHY203B

Physiology/Pathology B PHY203B (45 hours, 4.5 units)

This course covers basic anatomical organization, physiological principles and pathological principle of six systems of the human body in health and disease. Students learn location, structure, and major organ function of six body systems: Digestive, Urinary, Integumentary, Reproductive, Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Common pathologies of these systems are discussed in terms of their basic pathological process; recognizable symptoms and patterns; population distribution; and indications, applications, precautions, and contraindications for the practice of massage therapy and bodywork.

Path of Study: Core Class

Prerequisite: Physiology/Pathology A PHY203A