Pearson's Massage Therapy: Blending Art with Science (Chapter 2 Study Guide)

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Pearson's Massage Therapy: Blending Art with Science (Chapter 2 Study Guide)
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Pearson Message PTC113
Physical Therapy Tech,PTC 113 Body Systems & Massage Basics,Pearsons Massage Therapy: Blending Art with Science
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  1. What did J. Harvey Kellogg do?
    • Wrote, "Art of Message"
    • Directed a sanitarium in Battle Creek Michigan
    • Developed cereal
  2. Who was Lust?
    The father of Naturopathy
  3. Today's spas can trace their history back to:
    Roman baths
  4. Conventional doctors complimentary medicine alternative medicine is:
    a collaborative effort.
  5. Esalen massage incorporates:
    • Western techniques
    • Oils
    • Lighting
    • Music
  6. The reopening of trade between the USA & China lead to what?
    An exchange of information about traditional medicine.
  7. Message parlor was previously a 1950's term for:
    A legitimate establishment.
  8. In the early 20th century, Swedish movement cure & message became know as what in the USA?
    Swedish Message
  9. What did Ling do?
    Developed system of medical gymnastics
  10. Society of Trained Masseuses:
    • Formed in 1894
    • Purpose was to raise professional standards
  11. What did Mezger do?
    Popularized French terminology to categorize massage.
  12. What's "Anatriptic Art"?
    "Rub up"
  13. Who were Sobardoras?
    Traditional Hispanic healers who used soft tissue malipulation.
  14. Today's health clubs are decedents of:
    Greek gymnasiums
  15. In the 1940's, the goals of the YMCA were:
    • Health
    • Fitness
    • General Well-Being
  16. Who were Athletic Masseurs?
    Early 20th century sports message practitioners
  17. American Association of Masseurs/Masseuses are known today as:
    The American Massage Therapy Association
  18. In the 1930s, Reducing Salons offered:
    • Swedish Massage
    • Nutritional advice
    • Exercise
    • Steam
  19. In the mid 20th Century USA, "Graduate Masseur" was a title for:
    A trained practitioner as opposed to someone who learned on the job or by apprenticeship.
  20. Turkish baths (Telltacks) provided what services?
    • Pressing of the muscles
    • Stretching
    • Cracking of Joints
  21. In 1800's Japan, Ammashi was a vocation __________ .
    reserved for the blind.
  22. In the 1800's, shampooing was referred to as __________ .
    what the British described as being seen in India, China & the Middle East.
  23. Who provided personal care services in ancient civilizations?
    • Slaves
    • Domestic Servants