Medical Massage Care's FSMTB Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination MBLEx Study Guide
Medical Massage Care's FSMTB Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination MBLEx Study Guide will help massage therapy students pass the Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) administered by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB). The amount of material in this study guide has approximately the same percentage weights as the content of the FSMTB MBLEx exam: 14 percent on Anatomy & Physiology; 11 percent on Kinesiology; 13 percent on Pathology, Contraindications, Areas of Caution, and Special Populations; 17 percent on Benefits and Physiological Effects of Techniques that Manipulate Soft Tissue; 17 percent on Client Assessment, Reassessment & Treatment Planning; 5 percent on Overview of Massage & Bodywork History / Culture / Modalities; 13 percent on Ethics, Boundaries, Laws, and Regulations; and 10 percent on Guidelines for Professional Practice.
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Client Assessment Reassessment Treatment
E Palpation Assessment
Overview of Massage Bodywork History Culture
Ethics Boundaries Laws Regulations
G Massage BodyworkRelated Laws and Regulations
B Therapist Hygiene
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Philip Martin McCaulay
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