Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice

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Saunders, 2003 - Medical - 826 pages
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This Enhanced Edition includes an A+P CD-ROM. The text provides comprehensive information on the theory and practice of massage therapy, successfully fusing the anatomical sciences with hands-on techniques. It covers Swedish massage techniques, in addition to clinical massage, Asian bodywork techniques, spa techniques, seated massage, and adaptations for special populations - addressing history, equipment, hygiene and sanitation, technique, contraindications, communication and client management, alternative therapies, and business. (Midwest)

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Contents

History Standards Boundaries Equipment and Environment
A Historical Perspective of Massage 3
Professional Standards Boundaries and the Therapeutic Relationship 17
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