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Milady Ch 13

Chapter 13 Manicuring

The list of services you are allowed to perform Scope of Practice
All permanent tools in a salon like manicure table, lamp, chair, and gloves Equipment
OSHA's Universal Precautions standard including was implemented 1993
Tools used in manicuring that can be immersed in a liquid disinfectant Multi-use Implements
Tools that are used only once and then disposed of. Single-use Implements
The metal pushed is NOT used to push back the eponycium, but rather Removes cuticle tissue from the nail plate.
A succession of strokes in which the hands glide over an area of the body with varying degrees of pressure or contact most commonly used in manicuring. Effleurage
Kneading, lifting, squeezing and pressing the tissue Petrissage
Rapid tapping striking motion of the hands Tapotment
Continuous trembling, shaking movement without leaving contact with the skin Vibration
Various strokes that manipulate or press one layer of tissue over another Friction
Only massage therapists should use these techniques Petrissage and Friction
Created by: beckieharris