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T/F: Massage reduces recovery time following injury.
T/F: Biomechanics is the study of body movement.
T/F: Athletic massage can reduce recuperation by as much as 80%.
T/F: The most important goal of compression is to create hyperemia in the muscle tissue.
T/F: Cross-fiber friction increases fibrosis.
T/F:A good way to relieve the intensity of deep work on the muscle is to shake or jostle the entire muscle mass or limb vigorously.
T/F: If done correctly, a pre-event massage replaces the athlete's warm-up before a performance.
T/F: There should be no conversation during the post-event massage.
Athletic massage enables athletes to attain their highest potential by:
Accelerating the body's natural restorative processes
Sports massage for athletes with disabilities is known as:
Adaptive sports massage
____________ helps the therapist recognize what structures are involved in the movements of particular sports, especially when pain is present.
___________ refers to the integrated movement of the entire body.
Negative effects of exercise include all of the following EXCEPT:
___________ is an increased amount of blood in the muscle.
Deep compression releases histamines and:
Deep pressure is also referred to as ____________ compression or trigger point pressure release technique.
If pressure on a point causes pain to radiate or refer to another area, that point is considered to be a:
Left untreated, __________ can cause restricted and painful movement.
When applying deep pressure, where should the intensity of the discomfort fall on a scale of 1-10?
The use of transverse friction massage for treatment of soft tissue lesions was popularized by:
____________ is a widely used and effective therapy for the rehabilitation of neurologic and soft tissue disorders.
___________ helps to counteract muscle spasm, improve flexibility, and restore muscle strength.
The applications for athletic massage include all of the following EXCEPT:
___________ massage is massage to recover from injury more quickly with less chance of reinjury.
An intra-event massage is generally ___________ minutes in duration.
10 to 15
What type of massage promotes rapid removal of metabolic wastes?
Oxygen depletion results in the formation of __________ in the muscles.
Lactic and pyruvic acids
Which one of the following questions should the therapist ask during a pre-event massage?
Do you have any chronic or acute injuries?
A pre-event massage of the lower leg ends with:
Percussion to the thigh
In restorative massage, extensive cross-fiber friction can be followed by __________ to help reduce or prevent local inflammation.
Many muscle fibers terminate in _________, where fascia and connective tissues are more prevalent.
The musculotendinous junction
For triceps strain, restorative massage ends with:
Shaking and flushing out the area
Which one of the following techniques is used in rehabilitation massage to reduce swelling and pain or increase circulation and promote relaxation?
Broken bones, dislocated joints, and torn ligaments are examples of ____________ injuries.
At which grade of strain or sprain is there some tearing of the fibrous tissue?
The __________ is a bundle of muscle fibers.
The act, quality, or power withstanding hardship or stress is called:
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