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31 terms
Anatomy vocab Massage therapy
Sagital plane
Coronal (frontal)
Posterior, dorsal
transverse
divides body into left and right. split down the midline
divides body into front and back
back half of body (buttocks, heels, spine)
divides body horizontal (top/bottom0
Sagital plane
divides body into left and right. split down the midline
Coronal (frontal)
divides body into front and back
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Massage Therapy Anatomy & Pathology
Endocrine system
Lymphatic system
Catabolism
Negative feedback system
Made up of hormones and glands
Made up of lymph, glands, and vessels
When large molecules are broken down
Reverses a change in a controlled condition
Endocrine system
Made up of hormones and glands
Lymphatic system
Made up of lymph, glands, and vessels
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Massage Therapy Sem 2 Anatomy
Rectus Femoris
Attaches from the:​... Anterior inferior…
- Extends the leg at the knee joint​... ​…
Vastus Lateralis
Rectus Femoris ... Attachments
Rectus Femoris Actions
Rectus Femoris
Attaches from the:​... Anterior inferior…
Rectus Femoris ... Attachments
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Anatomy: Directional Terms (Massage Therapy)
Superior
Inferior
Anterior
Posterior
Towards the head; upper or above
Lower or Below
Front or in front of
Back or in back of
Superior
Towards the head; upper or above
Inferior
Lower or Below
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Anatomy: Cell and Organelles (Massage Therapy)
Plasma Membrane
Interstitial Fluid (IF)
Cell
Cytoplasm
Phospholipid bilayer studded with proteins; serves as the bou…
Salty solution that bathes every cell in the body.
3 main parts: ... 1. Plasma Membrane ... 2. Cytoplasm ... 3. Nucleus
"Living Matter". A substance that exists only in cells.... Fill…
Plasma Membrane
Phospholipid bilayer studded with proteins; serves as the bou…
Interstitial Fluid (IF)
Salty solution that bathes every cell in the body.
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Massage therapy scapular muscles Orgins and insertions
Rhomboideus major... (Orgin)
Rhomboideus major... (Insertion)
Rhomboidieus minor... (Orgin)
Rhomboidieus minor... (Insertion)
(Orgin)... Spinous processes of T2-T5
(Insertion)... Medial margin of scapula between the spine and th…
(Orgin)... Spinous processes C7-T1
(Insertion)... Medial margin of the scapula at the base of the s…
Rhomboideus major... (Orgin)
(Orgin)... Spinous processes of T2-T5
Rhomboideus major... (Insertion)
(Insertion)... Medial margin of scapula between the spine and th…
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Massage therapy brachial muscles origin and insertion
Biceps brachii muscle... (Origin)
Biceps brachii muscle... (Insertion)
Triceps brachii... (Origin)
Triceps brachii... (Insertion)
Orgin: short head-(medial) coracoid process... Long head-(latera…
Insertion: radial tuberosity
Orgin: long head-infraglenoid tubracle of scapula... Lateral & m…
Insertion: olecranon processes of the ulna
Biceps brachii muscle... (Origin)
Orgin: short head-(medial) coracoid process... Long head-(latera…
Biceps brachii muscle... (Insertion)
Insertion: radial tuberosity
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Anatomy: System Terminology (Massage Therapy)
Dialysis
Glomerulonephritis
Hematuria
Hemodialysis
Method of removing toxic substances from blood when kidneys a…
Inflammation of the glomeruli
Medical term for blood in the urine
Type of dialysis performed in a hospital setting or dialysis…
Dialysis
Method of removing toxic substances from blood when kidneys a…
Glomerulonephritis
Inflammation of the glomeruli
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Anatomy vocab Massage therapy s1
Sagital plane
Coronal (frontal)
Posterior, dorsal
transverse
divides body into left and right. split down the midline
divides body into front and back
back half of body (buttocks, heels, spine)
divides body horizontal (top/bottom0
Sagital plane
divides body into left and right. split down the midline
Coronal (frontal)
divides body into front and back
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Massage therapy musculoskeletal anatomy week 3
Supraspinous
Supraspinous
Supraspinous
Supraspinous
Origin: supraspinous fossa of scapula
Insertion: greater tubercle of humerus (superior facet)
Action: abduction ... Scaption of humerus ... Stabilization of head…
Bonus: raising your arm out to the side (abduction) is done u…
Supraspinous
Origin: supraspinous fossa of scapula
Supraspinous
Insertion: greater tubercle of humerus (superior facet)
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Anterior leg and thigh anatomy- Massage Therapy
Rectus Femoris
Rectus Femoris
Vastus Lateralis
Vastus Lateralis
O- AIIS... I- Tibial Tuberosity, by way of patellar tendon... A- Ex…
A- Extend the knee and flex the hip
O- Greater trochanter and lateral lip of the linea aspera ... I-…
O- Greater trochanter and lateral lip of the linea aspera ... A-…
Rectus Femoris
O- AIIS... I- Tibial Tuberosity, by way of patellar tendon... A- Ex…
Rectus Femoris
A- Extend the knee and flex the hip
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Massage Therapy- Anatomy and Physiology- Skeletal System
Joints
Synarthrotic Joints
Diarthrotic Joints
Synovial Membrane
Classified according to the amount of motion that they permit
Joints such as those in the skull and are essentially immovable
Joints that are freely movable
Secretes synovial fluid that lubricates the joint surfaces
Joints
Classified according to the amount of motion that they permit
Synarthrotic Joints
Joints such as those in the skull and are essentially immovable
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Anatomy and physiology2 massage therapy, exam 1 nervous system
Neuron
Diaphram
Mediastinum contains
Dorsal cavity is divided into
Basic functional unit of the nervous system
Boundary of the thoracic cavity
The heart, esophagus, trachea, & thymus gland
Cranial & vertebral cavities
Neuron
Basic functional unit of the nervous system
Diaphram
Boundary of the thoracic cavity
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Anatomy: Body Regions (Massage Therapy, A&P1)
Digital Region or Phalangeal Region
Gluteal Region
Palmar Region
Inguinal Region
Fingers or Toes
Buttock
Palm of hand; Anterior Surface of hand
Groin
Digital Region or Phalangeal Region
Fingers or Toes
Gluteal Region
Buttock
21 terms
Anatomy: Body Sections/Planes, and Body Cavities (Massage Therapy)
Sagittal
Midsagittal Plane
Frontal or Coronal
Ventral and Dorsal Body Cavities
Vertical Plane running from front to back creating right and…
Sagittal plane that divides the body into two equal halves
Vertical plane that cuts the body or any of its parts into fr…
Two major body cavities of the body
Sagittal
Vertical Plane running from front to back creating right and…
Midsagittal Plane
Sagittal plane that divides the body into two equal halves
Anatomy OP study for massage therapy OCT 13, 2016
What is the origin of the upper fibers…
What is the origin of the middle fiber…
What is the origin of the lower fibers…
What is the insertion of Trapezius?
EOP, nuchal line, nuchal ligament
SPs of C7- T5
SPs of T5- T12
Lateral 1/3 of clavicle, acromium, spine of the scapula
What is the origin of the upper fibers…
EOP, nuchal line, nuchal ligament
What is the origin of the middle fiber…
SPs of C7- T5
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Massage Therapy Bones, Landmarks, Muscles
scapula
clavicle
vertebra
femur
scapula
clavicle
112 terms
Massage Therapy
A.S.I.S
A.I.I.S
A.S.I.S is important for what
TMJ Muscles
Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine
Postural analysis
Masseter,lateral & Medial Pterygoid,Temporalis
A.S.I.S
Anterior Superior Iliac Spine
A.I.I.S
Anterior Inferior Iliac Spine
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Massage Therapy Boney Landmarks
English
Outside knobby end of the humerus
ball and socket shoulder joint
muscle capping the shoulder
English
lateral epiondyle
glenohumeral joint
deltoid
English
English
Outside knobby end of the humerus
lateral epiondyle
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Massage Therapy
Distal
Deep
Anterior
Inferior
A structure of the arm or leg that is further away from the t…
A structure deeper in the body.
Further toward the front of the body.
A structure closer to the feet.
Distal
A structure of the arm or leg that is further away from the t…
Deep
A structure deeper in the body.
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Bone terminology - massage therapy
hyaline
yellow
metaphysis
osteoclast
Articular cartilage is made of this
Type of marrow found in the diaphysis, and contains fat
Located between epiphysis & diaphysis, contains epiphyseal pl…
Bone cell responsible for resorption
hyaline
Articular cartilage is made of this
yellow
Type of marrow found in the diaphysis, and contains fat
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Chapter 1 - History of Massage Therapy
Active Movements
Ambroise Paré
Amma
Andreas Vesalius
Stretching movements done by the patient alone.
Invented surgical instruments, and was among the earliest mod…
Original massage technique in China.
Flemish physician who established the foundations of modern h…
Active Movements
Stretching movements done by the patient alone.
Ambroise Paré
Invented surgical instruments, and was among the earliest mod…
40 terms
Massage Therapy
Anterior
Posterior
Axial
appendicular
Pertaining to the whole body on the front side
Pertaining to the whole body on the back side
Pertaining to the head, neck, and trunk
Pertaining to the upper extremity (includes shoulder girdle)…
Anterior
Pertaining to the whole body on the front side
Posterior
Pertaining to the whole body on the back side
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Who's Who In Massage Therapy
Per Henrik Ling
Hippacrates
Johann Mezger
Feldenkrais Method
Developed Swedish Movement Cure
Father of Western Medicine
Developed a system of soft tissue manipulation that is the ba…
Aims to reduce pain or limitations in movement, to improve ph…
Per Henrik Ling
Developed Swedish Movement Cure
Hippacrates
Father of Western Medicine
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 5
origin
insertion
fossa
process
muscle attachment on bone that is usually more fixed than the…
muscle attachment on bone that usually moves more than the ot…
depression or indentation in a bone
part of a bone that projects or sticks out
origin
muscle attachment on bone that is usually more fixed than the…
insertion
muscle attachment on bone that usually moves more than the ot…
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Massage: Muscle Origins and Insertions (Review Guide)
Iliopsoas
Tensor Fascia Latae
Sartorius
Gluteus Maximus
O: Iliac fossa, anterior and lateral surfaces of T12-L5... I: Le…
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: (Through iliotibia…
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: Proximal part of m…
O: Posterior sacrum and ilium... I: Posterior femnur distal to g…
Iliopsoas
O: Iliac fossa, anterior and lateral surfaces of T12-L5... I: Le…
Tensor Fascia Latae
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: (Through iliotibia…
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 4
epidermis
dermis
subcutaneous layer
melanin
outer layer of skin
second layer of skin
the deepest layer of skin, containing fatty tissue
skin pigment
epidermis
outer layer of skin
dermis
second layer of skin
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 6
brachial
brevis
carpi
digit
relating to the arm
short
pertaining to the wrist
finger
brachial
relating to the arm
brevis
short
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Massage Anatomy - Skin and Bones
the hard fibrous covering of bones whe…
mature bone cells
cells that break down bone and allow f…
unidentified cells that may break down…
periosteum
osteocytes
osteoclasts
osteoprogenerator
the hard fibrous covering of bones whe…
periosteum
mature bone cells
osteocytes
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 7
suture
aponeurosis
aponeurosis of the head
occipital condyles
means "seam" in Latin; classified as a fibrous joint of the s…
broad layers of fascial tissue
scalp
knobs at the base of the occipital bone
suture
means "seam" in Latin; classified as a fibrous joint of the s…
aponeurosis
broad layers of fascial tissue
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 1
Effleurage
Petrissage
Tapotement
Meridian
Flowing massage stroke
Massage stroke involving kneading, wringing, compression
Percussive massage stroke
Energy channel in the body
Effleurage
Flowing massage stroke
Petrissage
Massage stroke involving kneading, wringing, compression
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Standard 2.0 Massage Therapy Guide to Pathology with pictures
PSORIASIS
SECOND DEGREE
SKIN CANCER
HERPES SIMPLEX
Patches of epithelial cells the appear like silvery scales
Degree of burn affecting only the epidermis and dermis
A brown or black skin mark with abnormal ABCD
A viral infection causing blisters around the mouth or face
PSORIASIS
Patches of epithelial cells the appear like silvery scales
SECOND DEGREE
Degree of burn affecting only the epidermis and dermis
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 10
distal tibiofibular joint
patellar ligament
ACL (anterior cruciate ligament)
PCL (posterior cruciate ligament)
the fibrous joint near the ankle that connects the tibia and…
acts as a ligament connecting the kneecap to the tibia and as…
located inside the knee joint; keeps the femur from sliding b…
located inside the knee joint; keeps the femur from sliding f…
distal tibiofibular joint
the fibrous joint near the ankle that connects the tibia and…
patellar ligament
acts as a ligament connecting the kneecap to the tibia and as…
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 9
acetabulum
iliac crest
iliac fossa
ASIS (anterior superior iliac spine)
the socket of the hip joint
the upper edge of the ilium
the bowl-shaped part of the anterior surface of the ilium
the point of the iliac crest in front
acetabulum
the socket of the hip joint
iliac crest
the upper edge of the ilium
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 8
kyphosis (hunchback)
lordosis (swayback)
scoliosis
iliac crest
larger than normal thoracic curvature
larger than normal lumbar curvature
abnormal lateral curvature of the spine
superior ridge of hipbone
kyphosis (hunchback)
larger than normal thoracic curvature
lordosis (swayback)
larger than normal lumbar curvature
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Massage Therapy Course - Set 3
central nervous system (CNS)
peripheral nervous system (PNS)
autonomic nervous system
sympathetic nervous system
brain and spinal cord
nervous system outside of brain and spinal cord; primarily ne…
involuntary part of the peripheral nervous system; regulates…
division of autonomic nervous system in charge of "fight or f…
central nervous system (CNS)
brain and spinal cord
peripheral nervous system (PNS)
nervous system outside of brain and spinal cord; primarily ne…
41 terms
Massage Therapy Physiology Review
When myosin heads bind to actin
Isometric : muscle contraction equals…
Largest diameter, many myofibrils, col…
Inadequate release of Ca2+ from SR, de…
What is a crossbridge?
What is the difference between isometric and isotonic contrac…
What are the characteristics of Fast Glycolytic muscle fibers?
What causes Muscle Fatigue?
When myosin heads bind to actin
What is a crossbridge?
Isometric : muscle contraction equals…
What is the difference between isometric and isotonic contrac…
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Massage Therapy 5th ed Salvo Chapter 26
basic anatomy of the cardiovascular sy…
body volume =
blood vessels include
Important functions of cardiovascular…
blood, heart, blood vessels
60-80 % fluid
arteries, veins, and capillaries
transportation... protection... combatting hemorrhage
basic anatomy of the cardiovascular sy…
blood, heart, blood vessels
body volume =
60-80 % fluid
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Massage Therapy 5th ed Salvo Chapter 2 The Therapeutic Relationship
therapeutic relationship
legal consequences for therapist irres…
3 additional characteristic in therape…
empathy
relationship between therapist and client... therapist provides…
malpractice lawsuits... licensing violations... criminal charges
respect as component of unconditional positive regard... congrue…
ability to comprehend the unique world of another person thro…
therapeutic relationship
relationship between therapist and client... therapist provides…
legal consequences for therapist irres…
malpractice lawsuits... licensing violations... criminal charges
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Massage Therapy 5th ed Salvo Chapter 2 The Therapeutic Relationship
therapeutic relationship
legal consequences for therapist irres…
Carl Rogers
3 additional characteristic in therape…
relationship between therapist and client... therapist provides…
malpractice lawsuits... licensing violations... criminal charges
American psychologist asserts 3 characteristics that must be…
respect as component of unconditional positive regard... congrue…
therapeutic relationship
relationship between therapist and client... therapist provides…
legal consequences for therapist irres…
malpractice lawsuits... licensing violations... criminal charges
20 terms
massage therapy mblex1
TOS
5 elements
7th chakra name, chakra location, and…
6th chakra name, location, color
thoracic outlet syndrome
fire, earth, metal, water, wood
crown chakra, top of head, violet
the 3rd eye, center of forehead, Indigo
TOS
thoracic outlet syndrome
5 elements
fire, earth, metal, water, wood
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Massage Therapy 5th ed Salvo Chapter 18 Body Compass & Regions
body compass
anatomic position
body cavity
2 main body cavities
tool used to determine directions, positions, and locations o…
body in standard posture... upright - facing forward - arms at s…
hollow space within a larger structure
Dorsal... Ventral
body compass
tool used to determine directions, positions, and locations o…
anatomic position
body in standard posture... upright - facing forward - arms at s…
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anatomy
upper trapezius
trapezius
levator scapulae
latissimus dorsi
-Nerve:accessory nerve (motor)... -Actions: *scapula eleavtio…
-Origin spinous processes of vertebrae C1-T12... -Insertion ext…
-Origin:Posterior tubercles of transverse processes of C1 - C…
-Origin: Spinous processes of vertebrae T7-L5, thoracolumbar…
upper trapezius
-Nerve:accessory nerve (motor)... -Actions: *scapula eleavtio…
trapezius
-Origin spinous processes of vertebrae C1-T12... -Insertion ext…
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Massage Therapy Mblex Practice test
Extensors
Proximal and radioulnar joints
Rear impact with head turned
Nipples and genitalia
When assessing the radiocarpal joint, what muscle group would…
What joints in the forearm are produced the supination and pr…
When dealing with whiplash from a motor vehicle accident, mor…
Which areas of the client are never appropriate for massage t…
Extensors
When assessing the radiocarpal joint, what muscle group would…
Proximal and radioulnar joints
What joints in the forearm are produced the supination and pr…
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Palpatory Anatomy
deltoid
trapezius
teres minor
teres major
Action: abduction at shoulder
Elevates, depresses, retracts, and rotates the scapula; ... *Upp…
A: Laterally rotate the shoulder (g/h joint), adduct the shou…
Extend, Adduct, Medially Rotate The Humerus
deltoid
Action: abduction at shoulder
trapezius
Elevates, depresses, retracts, and rotates the scapula; ... *Upp…
14 terms
Massage Therapy Vocab 1
Kinesiology
Anatomy
Physiology
Anatomical position
the study of muscles in the human body and how they move
the study of the structures of the human body and their perso…
the study of how body and its individual parts function in th…
standard posture in which body stands upright and faces forwa…
Kinesiology
the study of muscles in the human body and how they move
Anatomy
the study of the structures of the human body and their perso…
54 terms
Massage Therapy 5th edition Salvo Chapter 7 Body Mechanics, Client Positioning, and Draping
Effective body mechanics helps massage…
Clients can receive massage in what po…
body mechanics
1st inability to grow business... 2nd inj…
by reducing and eliminating physical toll taken on a therapis…
prone, supine, sidelying, or seated
the use of foot stances, body alignment, and gravity to deliv…
According to AMTA, the two most common reasons therapists lea…
Effective body mechanics helps massage…
by reducing and eliminating physical toll taken on a therapis…
Clients can receive massage in what po…
prone, supine, sidelying, or seated
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EIT Massage 2 - Bony Landmarks
Mastoid Process
Medial border of scapular
Spine of scapula
Inferior angle of scapular
Behind ear, sharp triangle.
Edge of scapula, closest to spine.
Horizontal raised bony protrusion along the scapula.
Lowest point of scapula.
Mastoid Process
Behind ear, sharp triangle.
Medial border of scapular
Edge of scapula, closest to spine.
98 terms
Massage: Muscle Origins and Insertions (Review Guide)
Iliopsoas
Tensor Fascia Latae
Sartorius
Gluteus Maximus
O: Iliac fossa, anterior and lateral surfaces of T12-L5... I: Le…
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: (Through iliotibia…
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: Proximal part of m…
O: Posterior sacrum and ilium... I: Posterior femnur distal to g…
Iliopsoas
O: Iliac fossa, anterior and lateral surfaces of T12-L5... I: Le…
Tensor Fascia Latae
O: Anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS)... I: (Through iliotibia…
18 terms
Anatomy Organization and Definitions; (Massage, MBLEX), (Complete Review Guide)
anatomical position
difference between anatomy and physiol…
cell
homeostasis
body is standing erect, face forward, arms at sides, palms fo…
Anatomy is study of structure;... Physiology is study of function
simplest unit of living matter that can maintain life and rep…
state of equilibrium
anatomical position
body is standing erect, face forward, arms at sides, palms fo…
difference between anatomy and physiol…
Anatomy is study of structure;... Physiology is study of function
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