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Preparation for Spa Treatment Delivery

Basic Dry Room Equipment and Setup Sanitation Protocols Basic Documentation Contraindications What Every Therapist Should Know About Skin and Spa Products
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A hot wrap requires which type of materials to achieve its purpose?
a. A cotton blanket and flannel sheet
b. A wool blanket and specialized linen sheet to trap body heat
c. A wool blanket and thermal space blanket to trap the most heat
d. An electric blanket and flannel sheet
c. A wool blanket and thermal space blanket to trap the most heat
As part of good therapist hygiene , the therapist's fingernails should be:
a. Painted with nail polish to smooth the edges
b. Clipped short, natural, without polish and filed to a smooth edge
c. Long and tapered
d. Manicured with gel tips to keep them looking attractive
b. Clipped short, natural, without polish and filed to a smooth edge
Universal Precautions are best described as:
a. The use of Material Safety Data Sheets to identify potentially harmful chemicals
b. The proper sanitation of countertops after every treatment
c. The use of gel hand sanitizers throughout treatments
d. The CDC's policy regarding blood and body fluids
d. The CDC'c policy regarding blood and body fluids
______ soap that has been used by more than one client is unsanitary and should not be kept in the shower or where hands are washed. _____ soap should be used instead.
Bar, Liquid
A _______ application of seaweed would be more dangerous than a spot treatment for a client in a weakened condition.
full body
Mild nausea and headache are usually signs of accelerated _______, but if these symptoms persist, a physician should be consulted.
detoxification
Spa clients should always be draped. _______ undergarments can be used by the client during treatments that require more exposure.
Disposable
If a client has moderate to severe hypertension their systolic blood pressure will be above ___ and their diastolic blood pressure will be below _____.
159, 99
When a massage therapist encounters a client with a skin condition that could benefit from regular treatment, the therapist should:
a. Choose appropriate essential oils and treat the skin.
b. Refer the client to an esthetician for advanced skin care advice and treatment.
c. Use seaweed on the condition because seaweed regularly heals problem skin.
d. Refer to a skin care book before treating the client's skin.
b. Refer the client to an esthetician for advanced skin care advice and treatment.
Toners are used:
a. Only by estheticians as a skin care step
b. By both estheticians and massage therapists in spa treatments as a safety measure to return the skin to a more normal PH and prevent skin irritation
c. By physicians only directly before a face lift
d. By clients after they have received a face lift to protect their skin from the sun
b. By both estheticians and massage therapists in spa treatments as a safety measure to return the skin to a more normal PH and prevent skin irritation