Alternative Procedure AROM
Alternative Procedure AROM
We are urgently looking for massage therapists to join our growing Wellington and Christchurch teams for On-Site Chair massage.
You will be:
– An independent contractor with an hourly rate
– Have good communication and ‘people’ skills
– Have personality and attitude
– Have a minimum 6 months NZQA massage qualification (or equivalent)
– Have your own transport
– Enjoy working with people in different workplace settings, and want to extend your massage skills, you will find this work rewarding and satisfying.
We offer training as well and don’t mind if you’re already doing chair massage with other companies.
If you are looking for something different to do while you’re building your massage clinic/business, we would love to hear from you!
On-site chair massage is a great way of not only getting clients to your own clinic, but fits in easily around your own life.
You don’t need experience with chair massage, but you need to be a qualified massage therapist (certificate or Diploma).
Perhaps you know of someone who might prefer this kind of job? Please pass on our number!
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aqualive Spa is busy helping clients to become healthier with colonics and infrared sauna sessions still being the best way to help the body to get rid of accumulated toxins.
These days we are all toxic waste sites and our treatments are the most advanced and natural ways to clean your body.
We pride ourselves to be the best detox spa in Christchurch and over the last few years have helped thousands of people on the path to wellness.
We are also happy to announce addition of all organic detox wraps and facials and sugar waxing as extension of our aim to reduce toxic load and provide alternatives to chemically loaded beauty services and products.
|Inka Krupa – Therapist|
Phone (03) 337 9702
Make sure there is enough distance from the wall to have even big clients stand there comfortably. Continue reading TIP 085 Observation – Hints for setting up your Plumb Line
When supporting the arm for resisted tests, always have your hand in a C shape so you can support the limb and they don’t have to concern themselves with stabilizing it. Continue reading TIP 016 Supporting arm in resisted tests
|If Hip Horizontal Extension is tested with the client seated, support the weight of the leg sufficiently.|
This way the client does not have to engage their hip flexors, hip abductors or adductors for that purpose Continue reading TIP 165 – ROM Hip Horizontal Extension Support
When observing the spine in flexion make sure you have a look from back, side and top! Continue reading TIP 145 – ROM Spine Flexion Observation
With the forearm in supination the client might on abduction of the right wrist rotate the arm laterally or might compensate with right rotation of the spine. Continue reading TIP 137 ROM Wrist Abduction – Avoid Shoulder Rotation
In a closed chain, that is with the feet planted firmly on the ground, the hip joint will go into extension when the spine is extending Continue reading TIP 142 ROM Spine Extension Iliopsoas
In spinal rotation the head is likely to rotate to the same side as the spine Continue reading TIP 112 ROM Spine Rotation Avoid Neck Rotation
Work your clients in different positions, reposition more often.
Remember they come to get results, not to lie for 30 minutes prone and 30 minutes supine.
Put them into a position where you can best access the treatment area.
If the client cannot sit long seated without having to support themselves with their hands on the table that might suggest that their hamstrings are short. Continue reading TIP 129 ROM Spine Flexion – Permit Support