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Anatomy and Physiology – Systems of the Body SR111

College of Massage Therapy at Fremont University

This course covers the fundamentals of anatomy and physiology, including the levels of organization of the body. The anatomy and physiology of the circulatory, immune, respiratory, digestive, nervous and endocrine systems will be covered. Students will learn the structure, function, and effects of massage on each of these systems. Students will also be able to name and describe pathologies of these systems. Students will also learn how to perform seated/chair massage.

Fremont University offers a thorough training of anatomy and physiology that is relevant to massage therapy studies. Our wellness instructors work with student to ensure that they have an opportunity to develop necessary skill sets needed to become a massage therapist.  Classes are offered from our beautiful Cerritos, California campus here in So-Cal.

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If you are ready to begin training for your new career, don’t delay any longer.  To request more information about the massage therapy school at Fremont University, simply fill out the form on this page. A career coach can help answer questions about class schedules, tuition or financial aid, as well as teach you how to prepare for a new and exciting career in the healthcare industry. Don’t delay. Contact us today to get started!


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Want To Learn About Additional Core Classes?

Are you searching for additional massage therapy classes?  If you would like to learn about some of the other classes that might be available to you as a Fremont University student, please click on any of the below.  Additional resources can be requested by contacting an admissions representative at  1 (800) 373-6668.

  1. Massage Therapy Techniques
  2. Anatomy and Physiology – Systems of the Body
  3. Swedish Massage Techniques
  4. Somatic Tissues and Biomechanics
  5. Deep Tissue and Neuromuscular Therapy
  6. Business, Ethics and MBLEx Prep
  7. Sports and Specialized Massage
  8. Eastern Theory and Practice
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