CIBTAC Theory Exam
Which skin layer contains living and dead cell?
- Stratum corneum
- Stratum lucidum
- Prickle cell layer
- Basal layer
Which type of infection is Impetigo?
- Viral infection
- Bacterial infection
- Fungal infection
What is the first and second cervical vertebra called?
- Atlas and Axis
- Saddle and Pivot
- Talus and Calcaneus
- Sternum and Manubrium
Where is Sartorius muscle located?
- Cross hip to the lateral of the tibia
- Cross hip to the medial of the tibia
- Lateral fron of lower leg
- Medial and front of thigh
What are Arteries?
- Oxygenated blood from the lung
- Deoxygenated blood from the body
- Deoxygenated blood from the lung
- Oxygenated blood from the heart
Where does Oxygenated blood from the lung goes to?
- Right Atrium
- Right Ventricle
- Left Atrium
- Left Ventricle
What’s the function of the Thoracic duct?
- Collects lymph from the right side of the head and neck and right arm
- Collects lymph from the left side of the head and neck, left arm, both lower limbs
- Collects lymph from all over the body
- Collects lymph from the left side of the body
Accessory organs include
- Liver, duodenum, pancreas
- Liver, gallbladder
- Liver, pancreas, gallbladder
- Gall bladder, duodenum
What’s the effect of Effleurage?
- For sleep
- For stimulation
- For invigorating the muscle tissue
- For curing injuries
Which massage techniques are for relaxation technique?
- Tapotement and petrissage
- Effleurage and petrissage
What’s the effect of Petrissage?
- Improve the skin
- Reduce the blood circulation
- Reduce the tension
- Calming and soothing
Which is the correct way of the consultation?
- Sit besides the client without looking at the client’s eyes
- Consultation should be done over the phone
- Consultation should be done over the reception counter
- Sit in front of the client without any barrier
What the therapist should do if the client has a total contraindication?
- Should not massage at all
- Must avoid only the area of the contraindication
- Must have a medical permission to perform a massage
- Should not massage at least for three months
What would be the effect of Lordosis?
- Protruding hip
- Tilt pelvis
- Curving spine
- Sideways curving spine
How the Vibration is performed?
- Striking the body rapidly
- Shaking and trembling the muscle
- Rubbing the tissue
- Pressing into the skin and moving it over the underlying tissues
Which contra-action the client may have after massage?
- Increase the blood pressure
- Muscle cramp
- Muscle stiff
Which is not effect of audio sonic?
- Increase general circulation
- Relax the muscle tissue
- Brighten, tone and nourish the skin
- Break down fatty deposits
What the G5 head with a sponge is for?
- Promote Effleurage
- Promote Tapotement
- Promote Kneading
- Promote Friction
The strength of deep tissue massage is depends on?
- Client’s age
- Muscle bulk
- Skin tone
There is a tension on the client’s lower back. What massage is best to do?
- Effleurage on the hip
- Vibration on the cervical area
- Kneading on the lumbar area
- Tapotement on the thoracic area
There is tightness on the neck area, what muscle is to be massaged?
- Effleurage on rhomboid
- Petrissage on SCM
- Petrissage on teres minor
- Effleurage on trapezius
What does tension in the muscles means?
- Firm muscle with nodules
- Saggy muscle
- Muscle with low blood pressure
Which word means lying down with facing up position?
- Stretch out
Which massage medium is suitable for oily skin?
If a client wants a stimulating massage what technique would you include more of in your routine?
- Relaxing techniques
- Gentle strokes
- Toning strokes
- Invigorating movements
Swedish massage is a treatment involving?
- The use of essential oils
- A system of massage movement such as effleurage and petrissage
- Massaging the back, neck and shoulders
- Working out the client’s problems
Why would you advise the client to drink water after a massage?
- To refresh the client down
- To wake the client up
- To increase the client’s energy level
- To flush out toxins
A client has just eaten a big meal, this would stop them having a treatment as they could?
- Faint due to blood shunting
- Put on more weight due to blood shunting
- Lose more weight due to blood shunting
- Absorb more water due to blood shunting
Why is it necessary to ask questions at consultation?
- To see if the client is listening
- To find out the client’s address
- To gain information about the client to base treatment plans on
- To gain all the relevant information for the planned treatment and the client’s consent to treatment
When a therapist carries out a consultation with a client it is important not to name specific contra-indications as they:
- May cause the client to become upset
- Do not need to mention them
- Will draw attention to the problem
- Do not have medical qualifications