Body Massage: Therapy Basics (Second edition) by Mo Rosser

By Mo Rosser

This re-creation of physique therapeutic massage: remedy fundamentals has been completely up-to-date to fulfill the necessities of the subsequent awarding our bodies: NVQ/SVQ attractiveness remedy point three; Edexcel nationwide degree in attractiveness treatment; VTCT and ITEC. This booklet encompasses a fresh color part and up to date diagrams and pictures all through. Written via knowledgeable within the box, this version is aimed essentially at point three scholars, and comprises new fabric on wellbeing and fitness, safeguard and hygiene to satisfy the legislative specifications for therapeutic massage practitioners. a brand new part introducing complicated therapeutic massage options and passive routine presents more information for the scholar attracted to learning past point three. finished overview assistance is additionally integrated.

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Diseases caused by bacteria: boils, impetigo, sore throat, meningitis, pneumonia, typhoid fever, syphilis, cholera. Viruses: invade, multiply and destroy the host cells. Diseases caused by viruses: colds, influenza, glandular fever, poliomyelitis, mumps, measles, chicken pox, herpes simplex and herpes zoster, warts, verruca, hepatitis, AIDS. The hepatitis B virus and HIV (AIDS) virus found in semen, saliva and blood may be transmitted through blood transfusion, drug users sharing needles, or transfer of blood or body fluids from an infected person into a recipient via a cut or puncture of the skin; infected women may pass it to the foetus.

Examine all equipment regularly, especially portable machines, as they are subjected to wear and tear. Remove faulty equipment from the working area and label clearly ‘FAULTY DO NOT USE’ and inform others that it is faulty. Keep a dated record of when checks were carried out, including all findings and maintenance. ❖ Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1985 (RIDDOR) ❖ This regulation places a legal duty on employers, the self-employed and those in control of premises to report work-related incidents.

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