Plain and Simple Guide to Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork Examinations
15 Mar 2016
Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Now reorganized to align with the updated MBLEx exam, Laura Allens Plain & Simple Guide to Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork Examinations, 3e prepares students for licensing success with straightforward coverage focused on "need to know" information. This proven study tool is packed with tips and strategies for succeeding on the MBLEx exam, including Tips for Passing in every chapter, anatomical illustrations, and confidence-building affirmations. Now in full color, this Third Edition features a new student-friendly design and art program that makes information easier to locate and retain, a new Practical Applications feature that connects what students are learning to what they will see in practice, and an enhanced array of teaching and learning resources, including videos, animations, and prepU adaptive quizzing. - Reviewing the Essentials (formerly "Highlights" provides an overview of the material in each chapter. - Reviewing the Terms (formerly "What You Need to Know") recaps the vocabulary and tasks students need to master to be successful on the exam. - Tips for Passing in each chapter, and collected in Chapter 1, offer the student great study tips and strategies for taking the exam. - Anatomical illustrations clarify structures and processes and help students assimilate the written information. - Affirmationshelp students maintain a positive attitude about passing the exam NEW to this edition: - A new, full color art and design program makes the book more accessible, engaging, and easier to study from. - New Practical Application boxes connect key information to massage therapy practice. - An enhanced teaching and learning package includes videos and animations to help students master complex structures and processes. - An online chapter on Energy modalities helps those who are preparing for the Board Certification Exam of NCB. - prepU adaptive quizzing is now available with this edition to help students improve their performance while providing instructors with a window into student and class progress by highlighting misconceptions, strengths, and weaknesses.