1903. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766144003. Volume 1 of 2. A manual of the physiological and therapeutic effects of hydriatic procedures and the technique of their application in the treatment of disease, with 293 illustrations. The author describes about two hundred procedures with historical sketches on the physical, anatomical and physiological facts which are related to the subject. The foundation for this work was a series of lectures the author delivered before a class of medical students in the summer of 1890.
This textbook guides massage therapists through each step of delivering a spa treatment—from consideration of the indications and contraindications to scope of practice issues, supplies, room set-up, specific procedure steps, and ideas for integrating massage techniques, spa products, and enhancing accents. While wet-room treatments are discussed, the focus is on dry-room treatments, which can be delivered in a wider variety of settings. More than 250 full-color photographs illustrate each technique and treatment. Treatment Snapshot boxes provide a quick overview of the treatment before the detailed step-by-step procedures section. Sanitation Boxes offer clean-up and sanitation tips. Sample Treatments include promotional descriptions, product recommendations, and recipes for creating inviting smell-scapes.
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