Florida Massage Therapy Rules and Laws (10 hrs)

INSTRUCTIONS
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1. Student name (as you would have it on your certificate/transcript):
2. We will not send a certificate of completion or an updated transcript unless we can confirm that someone paid for this course. Please tell us who paid for it, if it was you, enter your name. If it was someone else, please enter the name of the person (or the business name) that paid for you.
3. Please enter the email address you would like us to send your certificate of completion to.
4. Your complete physical address (Street, City, State, Zip Code). This is a requirement of the NCBTMB for your transcript. We will not mail you anything or share the address with anyone. This can be a business address or PO Box.
5. Please enter your massage license number. If you do not have one, you may enter your NCBTMB certification number or just enter the number 0.
6. According to this course, why should you obey the laws?
7. According to the course, when and where was the earliest regulation of massage therapy enacted?
8. Sexual misconduct is defined as a violation of the ___________through which the health care practitioner uses such relationship to engage or attempt to engage the patient or client, or an immediate family member, guardian, or representative of the patient or client in, or to induce or attempt to induce such person to engage in, verbal or physical sexual activity outside the scope of the professional practice of such health care profession.
9. “Massage” means the manipulation of the ________of the human body with the hand, foot, arm, or elbow, whether or not such manipulation is aided by hydrotherapy, including colonic irrigation, or thermal therapy; any electrical or mechanical device; or the application to the human body of a chemical or herbal preparation.
10. According to the course, what is the definition of a massage therapist?
11. According to the course, what is a “Board-approved massage school”?
12. Which of the following options constitutes a violation?
13. It is unlawful for any person to: Hold himself or herself out as a massage therapist or to practice massage unless __________under this chapter or unless otherwise specifically exempted from licensure under this chapter.
14. Advertising that your massage techniques can make ugly people into supermodels would be ________________.
15. It's okay for a massage therapist to perform spinal adjustments if _____________.
16. 480.046 Grounds for disciplinary action by the board.—
(n) Failing to keep the equipment and premises of the massage establishment in a ________________.
17. 480.0475 Massage establishments; prohibited practices.—
(1) A person may not operate a massage establishment between the hours of ____________.
18. A person operating a massage establishment may not use or permit the establishment to be used as a principal domicile unless the establishment is ___________________.
19. A person employed by a massage establishment and any person performing massage therein must immediately present, upon the request of an investigator of the department or a law enforcement officer, _____________________.
20. The board shall have the power to revoke or suspend the license of a massage establishment  _________________________.
21. Blind adherence to the letter of the law can lead to a __________ where actions are considered acceptable if they are within the limits of the law.
22. Although obeying the law is definitely an important part of being a responsible citizen it is often not the fulfillment of our ethical duty. The law is the_____________________, the absolute bottom level of acceptable behavior.
23. According to the author/instructor, what does it mean to have a compliance mentality?
24. A compliance mentality sounds like a good thing, but that is not always the case. Why is this?
25. ______ theory is the idea that person’s moral and/or political obligations are dependent upon a contract (agreement) among all the people in the society in which they live.
26. The NCBTMB 'Standards of Practice, Standard II: Legal and Ethical Requirements' requires it’s members to Report:
27. According to Chapter 2, Sexual misconduct is defined as a violation of the ___________through which the health care practitioner uses such relationship to engage or attempt to engage the patient or client, or an immediate family member, guardian, or representative of the patient or client in, or to induce or attempt to induce such person to engage in, verbal or physical sexual activity outside the scope of the professional practice of such health care profession.
28. Chapter 456: Health Professions and Occupations requires all boards to have one consumer member. What is a consumer member?
29. According to Chapter 456: Health Professions and Occupations:
It is the intent of the Legislature that persons desiring to engage in any lawful profession regulated by the department shall be entitled to do so ___________ if otherwise qualified.
30. According to Chapter 456: Health Professions and Occupations:
The Legislature believes that such professions shall be regulated only for the preservation of the ___________of the public under the police powers of the state.
31. According to Chapter 456: Health Professions and Occupations:
Neither the department nor any board may create unreasonably restrictive and extraordinary standards that deter_________from entering the various professions.
32. Can a person that owns a Massage School have a seat on the board?
33. Each board member shall be accountable to ________ for the proper performance of duties as a member of the board.
34. According to Chapter 480: The Massage Practice Act, the purpose for regulating massage is because the Legislature recognizes that the practice of massage is ____________the public in that massage therapists must have a knowledge of anatomy and physiology and an understanding of the relationship between the structure and the function of the tissues being treated and the total function of the body.
35. Fill in the blank according to Chapter 3, It is unlawful for any person to: Hold himself or herself out as a massage therapist or to practice massage unless __________under this chapter or unless otherwise specifically exempted from licensure under this chapter.
36. According to the Massage Practice Act section 480.033 (4) a massage therapist is a person that is__________________.
37. Fill in the blank using 480: Massage Practice Act Section 480.032 Purpose; Massage is____________, and regulations are necessary to protect the public from unqualified practitioners.
38. Fill in the blank using 480: Massage Practice Act Section 480.032 Purpose. The Legislature recognizes that the practice of massage is potentially_________ to the public in that massage therapists must have a knowledge of anatomy and physiology and an understanding of the relationship between the structure and the function of the tissues being treated and the total function of the body.
39. According to section 456.003 (2) Legislative intent; requirements Why does the legislature believe that some professions should be regulated?
40. In order to legally practice in Florida a massage therapist must obtain a license. There are two paths to licensure, License by __________and License by ____________.
41. For Licensure as a Massage Therapist by Examination, the Educational requirements are as follows and can be found in Section 480.041, F.S. and Rule Chapter 64B7-25, F.A.C. and they are that the applicant must have___________________________.
42. 64B7-26.003 Massage Establishment Operations.
(1) Facilities, Each establishment shall meet the following facility requirements:

(b) Provide for the use of clients a bathroom with at least one ______ and one sink
with running water.
43. 64B7-26.003 Massage Establishment Operations.
(1) Facilities, Each establishment shall meet the following facility requirements:

(d) If equipped with a whirlpool bath, sauna, steam cabinet and/or steam room, maintain __________ on the premises.
44. 64B7-26.003 Massage Establishment Operations.
(3) Safety and sanitary requirements. Each establishment shall:

(b) Maintain a _______ in good working condition on the premises. As used herein “good working condition” means meeting the standards for approval by the State Fire Marshal. Such standards are presently contained in Chapter 69A-21, F.A.C.
45. 64B7-26.003 Massage Establishment Operations.
(3) Safety and sanitary requirements. Each establishment shall:

(c) _____________ all vermin, insects, termites, and rodents on the premises.
46. 64B7-26.003 Massage Establishment Operations.
(3) Safety and sanitary requirements. Each establishment shall:

(d) ____________ used to perform massage services on the premises in a safe and sanitary condition, including the regular application of cleansers and bactericidal agents to the massage table.

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