Massage National Boards 8

  1. __________ _______Systematic approacy to massaging the active individual. Designed by Robert King based on the principles of sports massage. Uses Sedish, Myofascial release and neuromuscular techniques.
    Performance massage
  2. The rate for deep tissue should be:
    Slow & deliberate
  3. This is where the bronchi pass into the lungs:
  4. Sportas massage prevents injury by:
    preparing muscles for the rigor of the event
  5. These arteries bring blood to the kidneys:
    renal arteries
  6. This Greek physician described the use of friction to loosen up joints:
  7. The archer stance
    has one foot in front of the other with the toes pointed toward the face
  8. _______ is not a contraindication of deep tissue massage:
  9. Where is the best place to start a deep tissue massage?
    the back
  10. _____ _______ is a contraindication of deep tissue massage:
    torn ligaments
  11. Acute infectious disease, fever and inflammation are all _________ of massage.
  12. Deep tissue is __________ for persons with brittle bones.
  13. The vena cavae bring blood back to the _________ ________ of the heart.
    Right Atrium
  14. Golgi tendon receptors are located:
    on the tendon at the junction of the muscle
  15. In the muscle broadening technique you should apply pressure
    across the muscle
  16. _______ are masses of lymphoid tissue that are designed to filter tissue fluid.
  17. Pre-event massage does not replace the athletes need to warm up. T or F?
  18. The body's largest artery is ________
  19. The lower pointed region of the heart is called the ______
  20. These are formed where the trachea divides:
  21. _______ in performance massage is used to loosen connective tissue, stimulate nerve endings, & encourage deeper circulation
  22. The pleural space is located between the layers of _______
  23. What percentage of blood is plasma?
  24. Leukocytes' primary purpose is to:
    protect against infection
  25. Before a workout kneading is usually used to:
    increase circulation to tissues
  26. Acute injury is a _______ for sports massage.
  27. neuromuscular therapies, myofascial therapies and injury care should be _______ in pre-event massage.
  28. The difference between the pincer grip and the heel squeeze is:
    the heel squeeze can be used on larger muscle groups
  29. Vessels that supply blood to the heart are:
    coronary vessels
  30. The relaxation phase of the cardiac cycle is called:
  31. When is pre-event massage most beneficial?
    30-45 minutes before the event
  32. Inter-competition massage helps prevent cramping by:
    increasing circulation
  33. Why is it important to know and understand the event that the athlete is competing in?
    to work on specific muscle groups that will be impacted
  34. Fist and knuckle twisting is especially effective on:
    gluteals and hamstrings
  35. Vessels that drain into the right atrium of the heart are:
    vena cava
  36. Maintenance massage's primary goal is to:
    prepare the athlete for each day's practice sessions
  37. Thrombocytes are also called:
  38. During pre-event massage, if an athlete has an injury, the therapist should:
    avoid the site to prevent further injury
  39. This person is responsible for the original development of the Swedish movement cure:
    Per Henrick Ling
  40. What percentage of the population is Rh Positive?
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Massage National Boards 8
Massage National Boards