Massage Online (MO) for Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists (Access Code) - 3rd Edition - ISBN: 9780323113823

Massage Online (MO) for Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists (Access Code)

3rd Edition

Authors: Susan Salvo
eBook ISBN: 9780323113823
Imprint: Mosby
Published Date: 5th February 2013
Page Count: 4

Table of Contents

Module 1  Disease Awareness and Infection Control

Module 2  Treatment Planning

Module 3  Medications

Module 4  Dermatologic Pathologies

Module 5  Musculoskeletal Pathologies

Module 6  Neurologic Pathologies

Module 7  Endocrine Pathologies

Module 8  Cardiovascular Pathologies

Module 9  Lymphatic and Immune Pathologies

Module 10  Respiratory Pathologies

Module 11  Gastrointestinal Pathologies

Module 12  Urinary Pathologies

Module 13  Reproductive Pathologies, Conditions, and Sexually Transmitted Infections

Module 14  Cancer

Module 15  Mental Disorders


Reinforce your understanding of pathology with hands-on exercises! Based on Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists, 2nd Edition, this online course supplements the textbook with fun, engaging, interactive modules. It brings science concepts to life with more than 200 exercises, over 1,000 high-quality images, and dynamic videos and animations. Modules correspond to the chapters in the text, and include reading assignments. To make it easier to remember contraindications for massage therapy, colorful traffic light icons accompany each pathology. Together with the textbook, Massage Online offers the best possible preparation in pathology for massage therapy.

Key Features

  • A contemporary design includes easy, intuitive navigation and enhances readability.
  • A traffic light icon appears next to each pathology, indicating whether it is safe to proceed with massage (green), there are cautions (yellow), or the massage is contraindicated (red).
  • Objective-based learning helps you make the most of your time with objectives for study at the beginning of each module and an exam at the end, with rationales for each answer.
  • Interactive activities reinforce your understanding with about 10 activities in each module including labeling, drag-and-drop, matching exercises, bin-drops (putting the correct descriptor in the proper columns), and multiple-choice and quiz show formats for reviews.
  • Interactive features include pop-ups with content on:
    • Points of interest
    • Historical marker
    • Clinical tip
    • Spotlight on research
    • Rest area asking you to take a break or offering a tip for meditation or relaxation

  • Animations depict pathology concepts that are difficult to represent photographically, like cell division.
  • High-quality images illustrate anatomy and key concepts, and may be enlarged in a pop-up view.
  • Case studies offer realistic, multi-faceted, client scenarios so you can synthesize and apply what you have learned.
  • Picture galleries show the components of a disease/condition, to help you select, modify, or avoid massage procedures. For example, the osteoporosis picture gallery includes drawings of posture, a bone density test being performed, photos and radiographs of vertebrae with tissue loss, normal bones in comparison to osteoporotic bones


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About the Authors

Susan Salvo Author

Affiliations and Expertise

Co-Owner, Co-Director, and Instructor, Louisiana Institute of Massage Therapy, Lake Charles, LA; Veteran Massage Therapist, Lake Charles, LA