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Issue: Sexual advance

Response?
Stop, describe, clarify, restate, decide and document
Preferred body powder?
Cornstarch
Avoid tickling?
reduce speed, increase pressure, work over towel
Bolster advantage?
alleviate lower back strain, avoid hyper extension of feet
Percussion/Tapotement types?
hacking, cupping, beating, slapping, tapping.
Anatomy
structure
Physiolgy
function
Cytology
cells
histology
tissues
Organization levels
atoms,
Molecules,
tissue,
organ,organ system, organism(human)
Negative feedback
oppostion
Positive feedback
enhanced or exaggerated response
Appendix location
Right lower quadrant
Separates thorasic and abdominiopelvic
Diaphram
Superior
Cranial
Posterior
dorsal
Proximal
toward midline
Distal
toward the end
Inferior
caudal
Anterior
ventral
3 levels of chemical organization?
Decomp= AB to A+B
Systhesis= a+b to AB
Exchange reaction= AB+CD = AD+CB
energy?
capacity to perform work
Kinetic energy
energy of motion
Potential energy
stored energy
Anabolism
throwing up, building
catabolism
breakdown
Metabolism
all reactions in the cells and tissues in the body
Enzymes
promote reactions by lowering the energy requirments
Inorganic
without Carbon and Hydrogen
Carbohydrates
-OSE; sugars, starches, Mono-saccarides

glucose, fructose, Galactose
Lipids
Triglicyrides + steroids phosopholipids glycolipids and cholesterol.
Protiens
-ASE; amino chains. 20 types bonded by ribosomes
DNA
Blueprint Thiamine
RNA
FOUND IN THE NUCLEOUS (uricil)Photocopy to polypeptide= translation
cytosol
watery medium on inside of the cell.
Stages of Cell division
Mitosis= pro,meta,ana and tele
Long bone
Humerus
Sesamoid
patella
Short
carpal
irreguar
vertabra
Surural
on head
Flat
Parietal on head, sternum
P.N.F.
Isometric contractions and stretching
1st Sports Massage
Olympics L.A. California 1984
Sports (Pre-event)
Warm-up, stimulate blood flow, encourage athlete
Sports (Post-event)
Cool down, slower pace, toxins and lactic acid relief, NO PRECUSSION.
Compression
Palmer, open/soft fist, Compression efflurage
Jostling
Open full hand, bicycle, lift and drop
Founder of Seated
David Palmer
Submit a plan for corporate seated massages?
Yes with details.
Is chair regulated in NH?
No.
Contra-indications for Chair Massage?
Severe Hypotension, High blood pressure medications, cardiac problems, recent injuries/surgeries, pregnant or trying.
Liver positioned in Spa Reflexology
Upper Right quadrant or bottom right/left, 123, HIII.
Does massage have affect on weight loss?
No.
Positioning during rocking
Leaning up against table for stabilization, reaching over.
Hydrotherapy
John Harvey Kellogg
Ph Scale
7 in nutral
Lower is acidic
Higher is basic/alkaline
Contraindications for heat use
burns, cardiac problems, acute inflammation, diabetes.
Cold applications
No more than 15-20 minutes.
Jacuzzi and hot tub temps
106 effective...10-20 min.
H2O consumption for healthy living
6 cups daily
Pain Cycle
trauma- guarding response-spasm-loss of function.
Boiling
212
Too hot
125+
Hot
100-104
Tepid
80-92
NeuorMuscular founder
Dr. Janet Travell
NMT protocol
Release, stretch, strengthen muscle

6 strokes
name the six strokes of NMT
Ischemic pressure
Cross fiber
compression
stripping
Elongated
Stretching(passive + PNF)
P.N.F. acronym means
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation= flexibility protocol using combo of isometric contractions and stretching to recalibrate proprioceptors and increase ROM.
Name three Origins of CHI
Prenatal, Grain, Natural Air
Functions of CHI
Warming, holds organs,protects the body, source of movement, source of harmony
Deficient CHI
lacking but can be corrected ie osteoporosis(ting), anxiety(shen)
Stagnant CHI
Not moving, slower than normal but temporary..ie, sinus infection.
Collapsed CHI
Failure. blindness, bi-polar
Rebellious CHI
body rebels against itself, ie cross dresser, sex change tattoos.
Five elements
Wood, fire, earth, Metal, Water.
GM SPA Reflexology
Dr. Grigore- top of foot, fruits and veges and oblique plane
Reflexology-Powder used ion feet?
Yes after clean off veges.
Another name for foot?
PES
# of bones in the foot and ankle?
Tarsals?
Metatarsals?
Phalanges?
26
7tarsals
5 metatarsals
14 phanlanges
Number of Wrist and hand bones
carpals
metacarpals
phalanges
27
8
5
14
Gregorian Method Starts where?
At feet with GMPP's
Where does Hara start?
hands above naval to search for pulse
Name three supine GM moves
pull/push,
Knee to chest
hip rotation
Name three prone GM moves
Heel to glute
Straight leg lift
rotation of lower leg
Shoulder press done at what end of the table?
head of table, vertically
Rules for applying pressure?
sedation-inactive phase of PP.
Tonification-active phase
leverage-equal pressure
Rules about depth?
skin
ext. facia
deeper belly of muscle
anterior side of belly
bone
What is KYO?
Japanese word for YIN

Begin at Hand, end in CHEST
Yang
Begin in Face end in foot
Diurnal Cycle
Chest, Hand, face Foot
Bo-Shin
General Observations
Jing
Essence- Sea of conception
Stomach-36
really kicks- head of tibia
LI-4
got drunk and fell on the floor
KI-3
Lumbar pain, bladder pain
LV-3
Oh the stresses on me-headaches
Hygiene and Pathology
MRSA staphococcus AKA Mersa, is it resistant to antibiotics?
Yes
Is Impitego (bacteria) contraindicated?
Yes.
Is Psoriasis contagious?
Yes.
What are moles?
Benign neoplasms.
How about a cold?
Sub acute stage ok.providing no fever.
Compressions and breaths for Adult(age8 and above) CPR.
30 compressions 2 breaths
5 cycles -Recheck for changes
Till EMS arrives
1.establish emergency
2are you o.k.
3call help get AED.
4.head tilt/chin lift Look, listen and feel
5 no breaths=two rescue breath
No breathing,Start CPR.
Child(ages 1-8) CPR
Same as adult except when alone you do CPR for two minutes prior to calling 911 and during compressions use heel of ONE hand(optional) opposed two.
Infant(birth to 1) CPR
30 compressions 2 breaths,5 cycles. however, two fingers to compress.
Kreb cycle is AKA 2 names
Citric Cycle,
T.C.A
What are the three steps to produce ATP?
Glycolysis
Kreb cycle
Electron transport
What make ATP?
Mitochondria
4 basic types of tissues
Epithelial
Muscular
Neural
Connective
Osteon
Functional unit
Osteocytes
Mature bone cells
Calcitrol produced where?
Kidneys
Growth Hormone stimulates bone growth and is produced where?
Pitutary gland
Synarthrosis
Immovable joing
Gliding joints
clavicle/manubrium
Hinge joint
Humerus/ulna
Ball and socket
Shoulder
Muscle layers
Epi-
Peri-
Endo-
Sacrolemma-
Myofibril-
Sacromere-
organ
muscle
fiber

funtional unit is sacromere
Astroccytes
Most abundant
Ependymal cells
Line the central canal
Satellite cells
surround neuron cell bodies with ganglia schwann cells
ACH Cholingergic reactions
most wide spread(muscle contraction)
Hypothalmus
Regulate hormones
Pitutary Gland
The portal system releases hormones
Cat ions
Postive charged
What are the principle Cat-ions?
Sodium and postassium
Tendons
Muscle to bone
Nucleic Acids include
RNA and DNA
Organelles do what to cells
Keep them alive
Polysaccharides
Glucogen stores Glucose
Ligament
Bone to bone
Diaphysis
Shaft of bone
Myofibril
Thin actin
thick Myosin
origin
fixed end
Rotator cuff muscles
supra, infra, teres minor and subscap
Sella Turcica
Pititurary occupies this area
Kyphosis
Hunchback
Axial skeleton
skull, spine ribs
Pec minor insertions, origins
cracobracialis, bicep bracii short
Cerebellum
Coordination
Cerebrum
Conscience
Thalamus
Relay process center
Hypothalmus
Emotions
Medulla
relay to thalmus
Occipital lobe affects what sense?
vision
ADH stands for
Anti Diuretic Hormone
Oxytocin does what for women
promotes labor and delivery
Lympatic system (spleen)produces
types of lymphocytes?
T cells
B cells
NK cells
Vitamin K is vital for
Clotting
Systemic circuit
Left pulmonary veins,
left atrium, Left vent
Ascending Aorta
Do veins contain valves?
yes prevent back flow toward cappillaries
Surfactant is what?
oily secretion containing phosolipids and protiens
Urine production begins where?
Nephrons
Uterer does what?
transport urine to bladder
Urethra does what?
urine to exterior