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What is another name for Superficial Kneading?
You are doing this when you grasp the muscle, squeeze and compress and lift it from underlying tissues, releasing when strain is at maximum:
The rate of movement for rolling is:
200-400 per minute
Kellogg recommends that Palmar kneading be used on what parts of the body?
What type of pressure should you use when performing deep kneading on thin tissues?
use light pressure
What is the rate of movement for Petrissage?
30-90 per minute
A client is paralyzed from waist down, leg skin is tight and inactive. What can you tell him to help?
Fulling acts exclusively upon the skin and aids in dry "hidebound" skin
Kellogg recommends that Fist Kneading be performed where?
Therapeutic application for superficial kneading include what?
Inactive skin
Your client has leg paralysis & wants to know if there are any other ways his legs could benefit from massage. What do you tell him?
According to Kellog, deep kneading could aid the muscles of his legs to increase in size & firmness
What is the rate of movement for Wringing?
Not to exceed 30 per minute
Name the physiological effects of Kneading.
1)Stimulate all vital activities of a part
2)Empty blood & lymph vessels
3)Stimulate heat production
What is the chief seat of heat production in the body?
the muscles
Rolling of the leg is applied in what direction?
Hip to ankle
Name a therapeutic application for Chucking.
Muscular rigidity
The number of times to perform Chucking to an area is:
2-6 times
Kellogg recommends that Digital Kneading be applied to what parts?
Which kneading is best for skin conditions?
T or F
Rolling should be applied at rate of 1 to 2 inches per second
When performing kneading, is the rate slower or faster on smaller body parts?
T or F

Rolling is done from proximal to distal on extremities
The treatment of choice for hidebound skin is:
What is recommended for dropsy, edema, jaundice, and diseases in which the skin is inactive?
superficial kneading
Friction (increases/decreases) heat dissipation, while kneading (increases/decreases) heat production
increases heat dissipation

increases heat production
The procedure useful in overcoming muscular rigidity and stretching contracted muscles is:
What is recommended for convulsive tic, writer's cramp, opening up of closed lymph and blood channels, and chronic spinal diseases?
deep kneading
Rolling is best done on what body parts?
arms, legs, back, and hips