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All materials are available for this course online! Download your text and test online NOW to receive an instant certificate! This course has been updated with 2017 with new an expanded information on contraindications and intake forms.
The 3 CE hour Ethics: Contraindications to Swedish Massage home study course will further your knowledge of common contraindications, medical precautions, headaches, and endangerment sites relating to Swedish massage. It will also present information on proper intake forms, formulation of treatment plans, professionalism, and informed consent. You will learn when massage is appropriate, when massage is not appropriate, and when to refer a client to another health care professional.
This Course Will Present Information On:
Updated information for 2017 on contraindications, professionalism, and intake forms
Absolute and systemic contraindications to massage
Medical precautions and endangerment sites
Headaches and when or when not to treat certain types of them
Professionalism, intake forms, informed consent, office policy, and SOAP charting
Sample intake forms, informed consent, and SOAP charts are given for use in your practice
You Will Receive: Ethics: Contraindications to Swedish Massage text, by Cindy Hummel, LMT, LPN and Corrine Mollet Rubida, BS, LMT, guide with instructions, exam of 19 questions, course evaluation, certificate of achievement upon completion, and unlimited phone support for any of your questions.
The Center for Massage Therapy Continuing Education, LLC is an Approved Provider through the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB); Approved Provider number 409296-00.
Our continuing education courses are also accepted by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals (ABMP), and most state boards.
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The definition of a massage contraindication is:
A. Signs or signals indicating that massage should be performed on any area of the body
B. Signs or signals indicating that massage should not be performed or limited to areas of the body
C. To benefit the body with massage
D. A condition in which deep tissue massage is indicated
Contagious or infectious diseases are what kind of contraindications?
A. Absolute or systemic
B. Medical precaution
C. Relative or local
D. Prenatal massage
A region of the body in which nerves, arteries, and veins lay close to the body’s surface is known as:
A. Palpation site
B. Endangerment site
C. Relative contraindication
D. Absolute contraindication