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It is okay to do Bamboossage® on varicose veins.
Deep tissue massage is contraindicated for people with hypertension.
Bamboossage® can be beneficial for clients who want deep work.
You should never sanitize the tools.
Heat should be applied to areas of inflammation.
Bamboossage® is okay in pathologies in acute stages.
Care should be taken with clients with diabetes and osteoporosis.
A doctor’s prescription means it’s absolutely safe to do a massage.
A prescription will negate your liability.
Tools should be heated with a heating pad.
Antibacterial wipes like Wet Ones® are suitable for sanitizing the tools.
Regular massage cream should be used on the client with Bamboossage® massage.
A pillowcase is used to cover the warmer and keep the tools clean.
Care should be taken not to hit the client’s with the ends of the tools.
You can continue to use the tools at body temperature on the client.
The tools need to be replaced in the warmer after each use.
You should use a lot of pressure over the spinous processes.
You should not roll over the knee caps with the tools.
Deep tissue massage is contraindicated for pregnancy.
Massage therapy is the best profession in the world!
What is the gluteal?
What is the gluteal fold?
Where is the (QL)Quadratus Lumborum
What is traction rolling?
What is pivoting?
Describe Wax on Wax off term.
What is kneading?
What is sliding?
What does parallel mean?
What does perpendicular mean?
Bamboo is a:
Rattan is a:
You should clean your bamboo:
Where are the largest number of species of bamboo and rattan plants grown?
Half pints are:
The Middle Man is:
A Slim Jim:
If a client has bony prominences, you should:
29. Describe Hand over Hand Term: