Musculoskeletal Pathology for Massage Therapists

INSTRUCTIONS
This page is the quiz for your continuing education course. Please answer all of the questions below then click the “Grade my quiz” button at the bottom of the page. If you are stuck, use the “Hint” link that appears under the question.

You must score 75% or higher to pass. The quiz is a pass/fail matrix and it stops counting points once you reach the passing threshold of 75% so the only score you will receive will be PASS or FAIL. It will tell you which ones you missed, however, so you can try again if you fail.

IMPORTANT NOTE
If you click “Grade my quiz” and nothing happens it is because you missed a question. The Quiz will not submit unless EVERY question is answered, including the five at the top that collect the student information.

Good luck!

1. Student name (as you would have it on your certificate/transcript):
2. We will not send a certificate of completion or an updated transcript unless we can confirm that someone paid for this course. Please tell us who paid for it, if it was you, enter your name. If it was someone else, please enter the name of the person (or the business name) that paid for you.
3. Please enter the email address you would like us to send your certificate of completion to.
4. Your complete physical address (Street, City, State, Zip Code). This is a requirement of the NCBTMB for your transcript. We will not mail you anything or share the address with anyone. This can be a business address or PO Box.
5. Please enter your massage license number. If you do not have one, you may enter your NCBTMB certification number or just enter the number 0.
6. _______________ is a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle, a group of muscles, or a hollow organ, or a similarly sudden contraction of an orifice.
7. Which condition can trigger a spasm?
8. A ____________ is an injury to the muscle itself or the related tendon, which involves fibers tearing as a result of being stretched beyond its capacity. Also commonly referred to as a “pulled muscle”.
9. __________________is a word that means inflammation of a tendon.
10. ________________is sometimes referred to as chronic tendinitis, tendinosus,chronic tendinopathy or chronic tendon injury, is a condition where damage has occurred to a tendon at a cellular level.
11. __________ is a medical problem in which the muscles relax slowly after contraction or stimulation.
12. _________________is an autoimmune neuromuscular disease leading to fluctuating muscle weakness and fatigue.
13. ______________is a chronic disorder that causes bone to be reabsorbed much faster than normal (up to 50 times faster) and this can result in enlarged and misshapen bones.
14. Gout is caused by elevated levels of ___________ in the blood, which then crystallizes and ends up deposited in the joints, tendons, and surrounding tissues.
15. ____________________ are a group of musculoskeletal generic disorders that are recognized by common features such as extremely loose joints (joint laxity), hyperelastic skin and easily damaged blood vessels (easy bruising).
16. What type of muscle tissue is only found in the heart?
17. What is the weakest type of muscle tissue?
18. Most skeletal muscles are attached to two bones through _________.
19. The __________ is the cell membrane of muscle fibers.
20. ____________ is a red pigment found in muscles, contains iron and stores oxygen in a manner similar to hemoglobin in the blood.

PLEASE READ
Click the "Grade my quiz!" button below to get your result. If you passed it will say "You have passed". If you did not pass it will say "You did not pass" and then you can take the quiz again by hitting the back button on your browser.

IT WILL NOT GIVE YOU THE CERTIFICATE NOW, even if you pass. I (the approved provider) will EMAIL YOU the certificate within 24 hours after I make sure that you paid and everything looks correct.

PLEASE BE PATIENT. "Click Grade my quiz!" Once and give it a moment to produce results.

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