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1. _______ contains educational and ethical standards for your profession. Your Answer: The scope of practice Incorrect Correct Answer is: The laws The laws contain educational and ethical standards for your profession. The laws vary from state to state, sometimes even city to city. Some states still have no regulations. 2. ________ will define the activity and rights legally available to your profession. Your Answer: The laws Incorrect Correct Answer is: The scope of practice The scope of practice will define the activity and rights legally available to your profession. 3. Which of the following occupations is the study of athletic performance, injury prevention, and rehabilitation? Your Answer: Athletic Training Correct Athletic training is defined as the study of athletic performance, injury prevention, and rehabilitation. 4. What is the purpose of communicating the treatment plan to your client before the massage? Your Answer: So they feel more relaxed and have a sense of what will happen Correct The goal of the treatment plan is to inform the client. Taking 1-3 minutes before the massage will help establish repore and effective treatments. Always include clients' feed back and interact for better results. 5. In case a client sues, what type of insurance do MT's buy to cover their work? Your Answer: Malpractice Correct Massage work is covered under malpractice and liability for the establishment. 6. The diagnosis, treatment, prevention, cure, or relief of human disease, ailment, defect, complaint, or other physical or mental condition by attendance, advice, device, diagnostic test, or other means is under which occupation's scope of practice? Your Answer: Medicine Correct Medicine is the diagnosis, treatment, prevention, cure, or relief of human disease, ailment, defect, complaint, or other physical or mental condition by attendance, advice, device, diagnostic test, or other means. 7. This is your first time giving a massage to a relative who badly needs one, only they continue to talk about anything and everything. You start to feel uncomfortable, what should you do? Your Answer: Communicate to them that you feel uncomfortable and wish to give a beneficial massage, please take a deep breath, relax, and enjoy Correct

Communicate to your relative that you feel uncomfortable or uneasy with these sensitive subjects and wish to give her a beneficial massage. Ask them to take a deep breath, relax, and enjoy the massage with peace and comfort. 8. _________ are a code of morals and standards for proper professional conduct. Your Answer: Ethics Correct Ethics are a code of morals and standards for proper professional conduct. 9. What would be your procedure for a client that becames inappropriately aroused sexually during a massage? Your Answer: Explain that their behavior is inappropriate and end the massage Correct If you can recognize the physiology and interrupt it by adjusting the intent of the session to stimulate the sympathetic output response (stretching, compression, joint movement, or active ROM). Arousal can sometimes be a result of the parasympathetic system. In that case, communication with your client is essential, explain that arousal is oftentimes a natural result from feeling safe in a relaxed environment. If after you have tried these approaches and the client is still aroused inappropriately, it is better to be open and wrong than to make a mistake about their conduct. End the session. 10. Of the following occupations, which has the ability to have substantial specialized knowledge and skill derived from the biologic, physical, and behavioral science to care, treat, counsel, and educate about health to individuals who are experiencing changes? Your Answer: Nursing Correct Nursing is the systematic application of substantial specialized knowledge and skill derived from the biologic, physical, and behavioral science to care, treat, counsel, and educate about health to individuals who are experiencing changes in the normal health process or who require assistance in the maintenance of health and the prevention or management of illness, injury, and disability.