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18 terms
Theory of Massage
Massage should not be given to clients…
One area the cosmetologist is not lice…
When performing a stroking movement, t…
Effleurage, or stroking, is a massage…
increases circulation
leg above the knee
conform to the shape of the area being massaged
light, slow, and rhythmic manner without firm pressure
Massage should not be given to clients…
increases circulation
One area the cosmetologist is not lice…
leg above the knee
25 terms
Massage Theory
Superficial Reflex Technigues
Superficial strokings
Vibrations
Taut band
include Static Contact, Superficial Stroking, & Vibrations
include soothing & stimulating
include fine & course (plus runnng for both)
Tight knot in muscle
Superficial Reflex Technigues
include Static Contact, Superficial Stroking, & Vibrations
Superficial strokings
include soothing & stimulating
119 terms
Massage Theory Final
Deep Tissue Massage
A sign of disengagement during infant…
Shiatsu
Stage 3 Cancer
Various massage techniques directed toward the deeper tissue…
Coughing
Massage form from Japan using the ball of the thumb or finger…
Cancer has spread to regional lymph nodes and or other tissue…
Deep Tissue Massage
Various massage techniques directed toward the deeper tissue…
A sign of disengagement during infant…
Coughing
11 terms
Massage Theory
structural effects
parasympathetic nervous system
A benefit
Growth hormone
Physical changes that improve the health of soft tissues in t…
The nervous system branch that is responsible for slowing the…
A positive response to massage that supports well-being is ca…
A hormone, which promotes cell division, and is most actively…
structural effects
Physical changes that improve the health of soft tissues in t…
parasympathetic nervous system
The nervous system branch that is responsible for slowing the…
59 terms
Massage theory
Absolute contraindation
Action of supraspinatus on the are gle…
Attachments of infraspinatus
Attachments of subscapularis
Describes a situation in which reciving massage would put the…
Abduction
Infraspinatus fossa of the scapula to the greater tubercle of…
Subscapular fossa of the lesser tubercle of the humerus
Absolute contraindation
Describes a situation in which reciving massage would put the…
Action of supraspinatus on the are gle…
Abduction
67 terms
Massage Theory
Ethics
Code of Ethics
Code of Conduct
Critical Thinking
a system or set of principles used as a framework for choosin…
set of guidelines that delineates for a group or a profession.
set of rules that list proper practices and responsibilities…
conscious thought process, weigh all facts that we know to fo…
Ethics
a system or set of principles used as a framework for choosin…
Code of Ethics
set of guidelines that delineates for a group or a profession.
Massage Theory
In 1813 Per Henrik Ling was named pres…
In the early 20th century the Society…
Osteoarthritis is described as..... A Ch…
When massaging the lower leg these ner…
C Gymnastics
B Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
B Where cartilage is worn away to reveal bone
A Sciatic/ peroneal
In 1813 Per Henrik Ling was named pres…
C Gymnastics
In the early 20th century the Society…
B Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
7 terms
Massage Theory
What region of the neck should be avoi…
Forceful or heavy pressure techniques…
If you feel a pulse, it means that you…
If a reciever feels a shooting or elec…
The region of the neck you should avoid is the anterior trian…
Osteoporosis
Artery
Nerve
What region of the neck should be avoi…
The region of the neck you should avoid is the anterior trian…
Forceful or heavy pressure techniques…
Osteoporosis
18 terms
Theory of Massage
Massage should not be given to clients…
One area the cosmetologist is not lice…
When performing a stroking movement, t…
Effleurage, or stroking, is a massage…
increases circulation
leg above the knee
conform to the shape of the area being massaged
light, slow, and rhythmic manner without firm pressure
Massage should not be given to clients…
increases circulation
One area the cosmetologist is not lice…
leg above the knee
8 terms
Theory of Massage
Effleurage
friction
hacking
petrissage
light continuous stroking
deep rubbing
chopping
kneading
Effleurage
light continuous stroking
friction
deep rubbing
42 terms
Massage Theory I (technique)
CentripeTal
CentriFugal
Papalation
Finger tips
Toward the heart, veins
Away From the heart, Arteries
assessment of the tissue through the use of touch, requires l…
feel textures, pressure of adhesions and small shapes that ma…
CentripeTal
Toward the heart, veins
CentriFugal
Away From the heart, Arteries
46 terms
MBLEx: Massage Theory - History of Massage
Abhyanga
Alternative medicine
American Massage Therapy Association
Andreas Vesalius
The Sanskrit word for oil massage in the ayurvedic medical sy…
The use of non-mainstream healing methods in place of convent…
A nonprofit, professional association serving massage therapi…
A Flemish anatomist, born in Brussels (1514-1564 CE), who wro…
Abhyanga
The Sanskrit word for oil massage in the ayurvedic medical sy…
Alternative medicine
The use of non-mainstream healing methods in place of convent…
46 terms
MBLEx: Massage Theory - History of Massage
Abhyanga
Alternative medicine
American Massage Therapy Association
Andreas Vesalius
The Sanskrit word for oil massage in the ayurvedic medical sy…
The use of non-mainstream healing methods in place of convent…
A nonprofit, professional association serving massage therapi…
A Flemish anatomist, born in Brussels (1514-1564 CE), who wro…
Abhyanga
The Sanskrit word for oil massage in the ayurvedic medical sy…
Alternative medicine
The use of non-mainstream healing methods in place of convent…
24 terms
Massage Theory Chapter 3
Boundary Crossing
Codes of ethics
Confidentiality
Defense Meschanisms
Stepping over personal or professional limits within the ther…
List of general principals that reflect commonly held values…
implicit agreement that the massage therapist will not reveal…
Behaviors or thoughts that help us cope with unwanted feeling…
Boundary Crossing
Stepping over personal or professional limits within the ther…
Codes of ethics
List of general principals that reflect commonly held values…
85 terms
Massage Theory I (history, etc)
Pathology
Disease
Local Disease
Systemic Disease
the study of disease
a condition of abnormal function involving anatomic structure…
affects only one are of the body
disease that is distributed throughout the body
Pathology
the study of disease
Disease
a condition of abnormal function involving anatomic structure…
160 terms
Massage Theory Final Review
The Sanskrit term ____ means to press…
Massage has been an important part of…
A popular Japanese finger pressure tec…
____ a French barber-surgeon is credit…
makeh
5,000
Shiatsu
Pare
The Sanskrit term ____ means to press…
makeh
Massage has been an important part of…
5,000
35 terms
Massage theory and Practice
What is outcome based massage all about?
Subjective vs. Objective information i…
What is the funnel technique when it c…
What are the functions of a patient in…
Finding impairments and linking them to a functional outcome…
Subjective: what the patient tells you... Objective: what you de…
Going back and forth between open-ended questions and closed-…
1. Determine goals of client... 2. Determine if massage therapy…
What is outcome based massage all about?
Finding impairments and linking them to a functional outcome…
Subjective vs. Objective information i…
Subjective: what the patient tells you... Objective: what you de…
16 terms
Massage Theory Key Terms
Profession
Occupation
Vocation
Professional
An occupation or vocation that requires training and speciali…
A productive or creative activity that serves as one's regula…
A strong altruistic motivation to follows specific occupation…
A person who engages in a profession and is committed to adhe…
Profession
An occupation or vocation that requires training and speciali…
Occupation
A productive or creative activity that serves as one's regula…
106 terms
Massage Therapy Massage Theory Semester 1
Clean and tidy workspace... Professional…
pillow cases... small & large towels ... b…
Undressing... Position to lay on the tab…
Gluteal cleft... Breast tissue... Genitals
3 ways to show professionalism in a lab/clinic
5 pieces of equipment commonly used by massage therapists
After obtaining a Consent to Treatment, what are 4 things you…
What are three body parts that must never be exposed during a…
Clean and tidy workspace... Professional…
3 ways to show professionalism in a lab/clinic
pillow cases... small & large towels ... b…
5 pieces of equipment commonly used by massage therapists
21 terms
Chapter 2 massage theory
Vocation
Past practitioners
Inunction
Tripai
the work a person has chosen to do for his/her livelihood ref…
servants. slaves, tribal and village healers, rubbers and mas…
application of skin moisturizer
rubbers
Vocation
the work a person has chosen to do for his/her livelihood ref…
Past practitioners
servants. slaves, tribal and village healers, rubbers and mas…
46 terms
Massage Theory Exam 3.1
Passive and Active
Active Assistive and Active Resistive
Usage of Joint Movements
Passive Joint Movement (PMJ)
The 2 major classifications of joint movements
The subcategories under active joint movements
assessment tool; treatment to enhance function and mobility.…
Done while client remains quietly relaxed; therapist stretche…
Passive and Active
The 2 major classifications of joint movements
Active Assistive and Active Resistive
The subcategories under active joint movements
112 terms
Massage theory ch 10
Three factors that control the results…
Another important factor that affects…
In Swedish massage,most movements are…
Massage strokes are directed toward th…
pressure, speed, and directions
intent
toward
venous blood and lymph
Three factors that control the results…
pressure, speed, and directions
Another important factor that affects…
intent
28 terms
Theory & Practice of Therapeutic Massage (Beck) Chapter 10: Classical Massage Movements
GLIDING
FEATHER STROKING
SUPERFICIAL GLIDING
EFFLEURAGE
is the practice of sliding the hand smoothly over some portio…
requires very light pressure of the fingertips or hands with…
is when the practitioner's hand cnforms to the clients body c…
requires very light pressure of the fingertips or hands with…
GLIDING
is the practice of sliding the hand smoothly over some portio…
FEATHER STROKING
requires very light pressure of the fingertips or hands with…
38 terms
Massage Theory chapter 5
Business ethic
true
rights
Negative Transference
the commercial aspects of being a massage therapist and the t…
Self Regulations
claims to certain to treatment or protection from certain tre…
projection of negative or bad feelings into the therapeutic r…
Business ethic
the commercial aspects of being a massage therapist and the t…
true
Self Regulations
16 terms
Test 1 Massage Theory
Massage
Effleurage
Standard hours needed
two types of touch without movement
the intentional and systematic manipulation of the soft tissu…
a smooth continuous gliding and sliding strokes across the body
500
passive and direct static pressure
Massage
the intentional and systematic manipulation of the soft tissu…
Effleurage
a smooth continuous gliding and sliding strokes across the body
34 terms
Massage Theory 6 - Medications
Chemical Name
Generic Name
Trade name
Method of Admin: Enteral
Describes anatomical structure
Abbreviation of the chemical name
look for R or the name capitalized
Most common using GI tract for absorption. Quicker enteral ab…
Chemical Name
Describes anatomical structure
Generic Name
Abbreviation of the chemical name
31 terms
Massage Theory Midterm Review
Ways to show professionalism
Equipment used by massage therapists
Positions used in a treatment
Body parts that should never be exposed
1) Client Safety is your main focus... 2) Info about clients sta…
1) Table ... 2) Blood pressure cuff... 3) Stethoscope ... 4) Pillows... 5…
1) Prone... 2) Supine ... 3) Sidelying ... 4) Semi-seated... 5) Seated ... 6…
1) Genitalia ... 2) Gluteal Cleft ... 3) Female breasts (Only if be…
Ways to show professionalism
1) Client Safety is your main focus... 2) Info about clients sta…
Equipment used by massage therapists
1) Table ... 2) Blood pressure cuff... 3) Stethoscope ... 4) Pillows... 5…
31 terms
Massage Theory & Practical Definitions
Massage
Purpose of Massage
Massage Therapy
Inflammation
The rubbing of muscles and joints in the body by using your h…
EnBring about physiologic, mechanical and psychological chang…
Is to manually enhance a person's health and well-being.
An almost immediate response to injury and tissue damage as a…
Massage
The rubbing of muscles and joints in the body by using your h…
Purpose of Massage
EnBring about physiologic, mechanical and psychological chang…
19 terms
massage theory 1
superficial-deep-superficial, proximal…
no
yes
duration, depth, rate, rhythm, pressure
principles of massage. cannot be changed
can principles of massage be changed?
can components of massage be changed?
components of massage. these can be changed.
superficial-deep-superficial, proximal…
principles of massage. cannot be changed
no
can principles of massage be changed?
8 terms
Theory & Practice of Therapeutic Massage (Beck) Chapter 18: Athletic/Sports Massage
ENDURANCE
OVERLOAD
HYPEREMIA
ISCHEMIC COMPRESSION
is the act, quality , or power of withstanding hardship or st…
The principle of applying stresses that are greater than what…
is an increased amount of blood in the muscle
deep pressure
ENDURANCE
is the act, quality , or power of withstanding hardship or st…
OVERLOAD
The principle of applying stresses that are greater than what…
Massage 1 theory
You can modify the massage and work ar…
Under no circumstances should you do a…
Normal massage treatment is likely to…
Open wounds/ bleeding/ burns or inflam…
What is Local Contraindaction?
What is absolute/ general contraindication?
What is relative contraindication?
Give 4 examples of Local Contraindications?
You can modify the massage and work ar…
What is Local Contraindaction?
Under no circumstances should you do a…
What is absolute/ general contraindication?
9 terms
Massage Theory 6 - HIV
What do T-Cells do?
What do B-Cells do?
What do NK cells do
What year was HIV recognized
Control viral infections
Eliminate bacteria and their toxins by producing antibodies
ID and destroy infected cells
1981
What do T-Cells do?
Control viral infections
What do B-Cells do?
Eliminate bacteria and their toxins by producing antibodies
9 terms
Aveda Relaxing Massage Theory
Which skin conditions benefit from the…
T or F Balances Infinity and Air Natures
T or F Is perfect for guests with open…
T or F Uses petrissage- grasping the s…
Dry, dull complexion, sullen, mature, or dehydrated skin
T
F
T
Which skin conditions benefit from the…
Dry, dull complexion, sullen, mature, or dehydrated skin
T or F Balances Infinity and Air Natures
T
81 terms
Massage Theory Chp. Five
Choose the correct statement.... a. Most…
Research has proven that the effects o…
Responses and effects of massage on th…
Which of the following do not describe…
...
...
...
C
Choose the correct statement.... a. Most…
...
Research has proven that the effects o…
...
31 terms
Massage Theory ANKLE AND FOOT
Muscles that are PLANTAR FLEXORS
Muscles that are DORSIFLEXORS
Muscles that are INVERTERS... EVERTERS
3 movements in SUPINATION
Soleus... Plantaris... Tibialis Posterior... Peronus Longus... Gastrocnem…
Tibialis Anterior... Fibularis Tertius... Extensor Digitorum Longus…
Tibialis Anterior & Posterior... Fibularis Tertius... Fibularis L…
Adduction... Plantarflexion... Inversion
Muscles that are PLANTAR FLEXORS
Soleus... Plantaris... Tibialis Posterior... Peronus Longus... Gastrocnem…
Muscles that are DORSIFLEXORS
Tibialis Anterior... Fibularis Tertius... Extensor Digitorum Longus…
71 terms
Massage Therapy Theory Chapter 2
History of Vocation
Being called
Massage therapist of the past
Four branches of the history of massage
Means the work a person has chosen to do for his or her livel…
The latin tern (vocare) refers to a concept of having "a call…
servants, and slaves, tribal and village healers, rubbers and…
personal grooming and rejuvenation, sports and fitness, healt…
History of Vocation
Means the work a person has chosen to do for his or her livel…
Being called
The latin tern (vocare) refers to a concept of having "a call…
106 terms
Massage Therapy Massage Theory Semester 1
Clean and tidy workspace... Professional…
pillow cases... small & large towels ... b…
Undressing... Position to lay on the tab…
Gluteal cleft... Breast tissue... Genitals
3 ways to show professionalism in a lab/clinic
5 pieces of equipment commonly used by massage therapists
After obtaining a Consent to Treatment, what are 4 things you…
What are three body parts that must never be exposed during a…
Clean and tidy workspace... Professional…
3 ways to show professionalism in a lab/clinic
pillow cases... small & large towels ... b…
5 pieces of equipment commonly used by massage therapists
38 terms
Woorden massage theorie
Afferente
animale
associaties
arterieel
aanvoerende
willekeurig
combinatie
slagaderlijk
Afferente
aanvoerende
animale
willekeurig
17 terms
Mosby massage theory CH 7
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (ai…
Aseptic technique
Bacteria
Environmental contact
The Advanced stage of human immunodeficiency virus.
The technique of killing or disabling pathogens on surfaces b…
These are primitive cells that have no nuclei. They cause dis…
The contraction of pathogens found within the environment by…
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (ai…
The Advanced stage of human immunodeficiency virus.
Aseptic technique
The technique of killing or disabling pathogens on surfaces b…
48 terms
Mosby massage theory CH 4
What are the three word elements and h…
What are abbreviations? Provide guidel…
Explain what is meant by quantifiable…
What is the difference between an inta…
A prefix is placed at the beginning of a root word to change…
Abbreviations are shortened forms of words or phrases. When y…
Quantifiable goals are measured in terms of objective criteri…
An intake procedure is done once and updated periodically. Ch…
What are the three word elements and h…
A prefix is placed at the beginning of a root word to change…
What are abbreviations? Provide guidel…
Abbreviations are shortened forms of words or phrases. When y…
29 terms
Theories and Procedures: Massage
Purposes of massage
Reflexive effects of Massage
Does Massage have a ton of metabolic e…
Mechanical effects of massage
1. Inc flexibility... 2. Inc Pain Threshold... 3. Dec neuromuscular…
Stimulation of sensory receptors in the skin as well as a res…
Nooope, it does help remove waste products and fresh blood, b…
Stretch muscle... Elongate fascia... Mobilize soft tissue
Purposes of massage
1. Inc flexibility... 2. Inc Pain Threshold... 3. Dec neuromuscular…
Reflexive effects of Massage
Stimulation of sensory receptors in the skin as well as a res…
25 terms
Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Massage chapter 7
Attitude
Personal Appearance; Technical Compete…
Safety and Sanitation
72-75 f
Professionalism is an?
As a massage practitioner, list at least four ways to project…
When operating a massage facility, two standards that must be…
The optimal temerature for a massage room is?
Attitude
Professionalism is an?
Personal Appearance; Technical Compete…
As a massage practitioner, list at least four ways to project…
116 terms
Theory & Practice of Therapeutic Massage: Chap 6 & 10
Contraindication
Contraindication
Benefits of massage: Physical
Benefits of massage: Psychological
Is a medical reason not to massage
Any physical, emotional or mental condition that would cause…
improve metabolism, hasten healing, relax & refresh muscles a…
Relieve fatigue, reduce tension & anxiety, calms the nervous…
Contraindication
Is a medical reason not to massage
Contraindication
Any physical, emotional or mental condition that would cause…
30 terms
Massage Theory chapter 2&11
Hygiene
Examples of hygiene
Vocation
rubbers
the practice or principles of cleanliness; referring to perso…
clothes; hair; room
a work someone has chosen to do for their livelihood reflecti…
triptai
Hygiene
the practice or principles of cleanliness; referring to perso…
Examples of hygiene
clothes; hair; room
18 terms
MASSAGE THERAPY THEORY chapter 1
Accreditation
CAM
Continuing Education
Credentials
Awarded to a school or program by a nongovernmental organizat…
Healing systems or moralities generally outside of mainstream…
Education beyond entry-level training
Awarded by a school, organization, or government agency to a…
Accreditation
Awarded to a school or program by a nongovernmental organizat…
CAM
Healing systems or moralities generally outside of mainstream…
46 terms
Massage Theory 6 Week 2
What makes up the scanning exam in the…
Superficial Tactile sensation may be t…
Superficial Pain may be tested with
Sensitivity to temperature tested with
C-Spine, TMJ, Entire scapula area, Shoulder region, Upper Lim…
A wisp of cotton
a pin, pinwheel, or a sharp object
Tested using two test tubes - one containing hot water and on…
What makes up the scanning exam in the…
C-Spine, TMJ, Entire scapula area, Shoulder region, Upper Lim…
Superficial Tactile sensation may be t…
A wisp of cotton
26 terms
MBLEx: Massage Theory - Research Literacy
Abstract
Active treatment group
Case control study
Case report
A statement that summarizes research.
The active treatment group (one of two groups in a research s…
A study that examines health histories of similar people with…
A study that describes an outcome from treatment of one patie…
Abstract
A statement that summarizes research.
Active treatment group
The active treatment group (one of two groups in a research s…
47 terms
Massage Theory 6 - Headaches & Sinusitis
What percent of the population suffers…
Headaches with muscular origins: Cervi…
Headaches with muscular origins: Spina…
Headaches with muscular origins: Chron…
40%
Unilateral & Frontal and arising from structures in the neck
Origins in TrPs as well as CV joints, ligaments and discs. Fa…
Constant with fluctuating pain levels and possible sleep dist…
What percent of the population suffers…
40%
Headaches with muscular origins: Cervi…
Unilateral & Frontal and arising from structures in the neck
90 terms
Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Massage; Chaper 6
Contraindications
Mechanical Effects
Reflex Effects
Physiologic Effects
A massage should not be given when ____ are present?
Direct physical effects of the massage techniques on the tiss…
Indirect responses to touch that affect body funtions and tis…
Effects of massage on the structures of the body are consider…
Contraindications
A massage should not be given when ____ are present?
Mechanical Effects
Direct physical effects of the massage techniques on the tiss…
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