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REVISTA ROMÂNĂ DE KINETOTERAPIE


În curând apare următorul număr al Revistei Române de Kinetoterapie, care conţine o mulţime de articole interesante. O să vă spun exact şi de unde o puteţi cumpăra. Nu-i fac reclamă, vă spun doar că merită citită. Articole scrise de specialişti din diferite centre din ţară, plus situaţia kinetoterapiei în Grecia, de la origini şi până în prezent, numai chestiuni interesante.

Veţi găsi oricum rezumatele pe www.fuko.ro. Pentru cei interesaţi, să ştiţi că mai sunt reviste şi din anii trecuţi. Le puteţi consulta cuprinsul şi rezumatele şi dacă vreţi, puteţi face comenzi.

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  1. pop marius nicolae
    12 Iunie, 2008 la 2:37 pm

    cum pot să imi fac un abonament la această revistă?

  2. Valentin
    12 Iunie, 2008 la 3:05 pm

    Scrie un mail la kineto2004@yahoo.com şi doamna Mirela Dan îţi va spune exact ce trebuie să faci. A iesit revista numărul 21 care conţine articole extrem de interesante.

  3. pop marius nicolae
    14 Iunie, 2008 la 6:19 pm

    merci mult.
    mai am o întrebare: adeverinţa de liberă practică cum se poate obţine?

  4. Valentin
    14 Iunie, 2008 la 11:07 pm

    Cu plăcere. Adeverinţa de liberă practică o poţi obţine dacă depui un dosar la Direcţia Sanitară a judeţului în care locuieşti. Cred că trebuie să ai trei ani lucraţi într-o instituţie de stat sau eventual o fundaţie. Interesează-te la Direcţia Sanitară ca să ştii exact ce trebuie să conţină dosarul tău. N-ar fi rău să fii şi membru FRAK, Federaţia Română a Asociaţiilor de Kinetoterapie.

  5. pop marius nicolae
    16 Iunie, 2008 la 5:16 pm

    mulţumesc foarte mult pt informaţii.
    nu cred că trebuie să ai o anumită vechime, dacă acum ai terminat şcoala atunci ce faci,cum obţii adeverinţa?
    Mai am o rugăminte. Vă rog să îmi trimiteţi Programul McKenzie pe adresa de mail pop_marius_n@yahoo.com
    merci

  6. Valentin
    18 Iunie, 2008 la 6:19 pm

    Nu-ti pot trimite programul McKenzie, lucrez la el deocamdata, nu am nimic in forma finala, dar il poti gasi pe net in diferite limbi si iti poti face o idee. au pagini italienii, englezii, nemtii si francezii. Iar daca se organizează un curs, te anunt.
    All the best.

  7. 18 Iunie, 2008 la 9:26 pm

    Vali, daca lucrezi la programul McKenzie si e posibil sa mi-l trimiti si mie cand il termini… ti-as ramane indatorat😉 Multumesc anticipat ! Esti un crack, cum s-ar spune prin Spania…

  8. Valentin
    18 Iunie, 2008 la 9:54 pm

    Sunt un crack? Ce o fi însemnând asta în Spania? Nu ştiu, dar sper că e de bine, nu? Îl trimit, numai sa termin de pus la punct traducerile.

  9. 18 Iunie, 2008 la 10:10 pm

    Citat: „eres un crak!” , clar ca e de bine, hombre !!😀

  10. pop marius nicolae
    1 Iulie, 2008 la 7:01 pm

    bună, nu a reuşit să vb cu doamna Mirela, am trimis mail dar nu am primit nici un răspuns. îmi puteţi spune cum să procedez altfel pt a obţine abonament la revista de kinetoterapie şi pt numerele anterioare?
    mulţumesc mult

  11. Valentin
    1 Iulie, 2008 la 10:39 pm

    Am vorbit cu doamna Dan, nu a putut răspunde la mail, dar m-a rugat sa-ţi dau numarul ei de telefon, 0723296093. Deocamdată nu există posibilitatea unui abonament, dar are mai multe numere anterioare. Sună.

  12. 10 Iulie, 2008 la 2:56 pm

    Dragi prietetni practicanti ai acestei profesii
    Urmeaza in toamna un nou Congres de Kinetoterapie ,
    Cu o tema sau cu un titlu @ VIItorul Kinetoterapiei !!!!!@ pe care noi am mai folosit in 1983 si tot la Moneasa , cand eu cu sotia faceam parte din prezidiu ca moderatori impreuna cu domnii Dr Jaroslav Kiss (cu renumitii si regretatii , Dr Robos,G dr Barsan ).
    Da era o dezbatere pe cinste intre medici si profesorii de cultura fizica medicala – kinetoterapeuti , la un nivel inalt de profesionalism .
    Am formulat concret cativa pasi de urmat , adica formarea unor asociatii si sindicate pe CFM .
    Organizarea de conferinte si prezentari de cazuri si am si trecut la fapte .
    In anii urmatori la DEZNA – au fost an de an intalniri ai celor care reprezentau recupararea si reabilitarea Romaneasca in aceea vreme si prezentare de cazuri in plen ( Si nu neaparat ala …Work shoopuri de azi de multe ori banale si ieftine !!)
    Am venit cu aceasta retrospectiva sa stim de unde pornim la al 6 -lea congres de kinetoterapie si sa vedem unde am ajuns cu faptele si cu recuperarea de zi cu zi efectuat pacientilor .
    Cati dintre pacientii nostrii sunt multumiti de nivelul actual de kinetoterapie ??!!
    Sa tragem pana la congres primele concluzii sa nu ne facem iluzii mari in ceea ce priveste viitorul si nivelul kinetoterapiei , mai ales cu aceste forme de planuri de invatamant.
    Nu se face practica nu se lucreaza , nu se demonstreaza pe cazuri concrete , ne pierdem in generalitati , vrem sa participam cu lucrari tot mai slabe si de mult studiate sau aparute cu zeci de ani in urma .( unii cred ca ei descopera gaura pe macaroane si azi !!)
    Scriem carti de dragul de a avea numelele cunoscut sau sa facem un ban !
    Cred ca trebuie sa ne unim si mai mult fortele in mod critic, si sa iesim la rampa cu ceva inedit la acest congres in toamna .
    Viitorul e mic negru si bate la usa !!
    Kinetoterapeuti Unitiva !!
    Conf univ dr Zoltan Pasztay

    Spor la lucru si la dezbateri

  13. kaiama
    10 Iulie, 2008 la 3:03 pm

    HI!M-ar interesa is pe mine revista…, dar nu sunt din Oradea.Cum as putea sa fac rost de ea?
    Va multumesc!

  14. Valentin
    10 Iulie, 2008 la 3:24 pm

    Kaiama, sun-o pe doamna conf. dr. Mirela Dan, la 0723296093. Dânsa îţi poate oferi toate răspunsurile.

  15. cristinakineto
    14 Iulie, 2008 la 4:04 pm

    Buna,si eu as dori sa ma abonez la aceasta revista,daca puteti sa-mi dati detalii.
    Cun as putea si eu sa particip la Congresul din octombrie?Sunt f noua in domeniu numai ce am terminat facultatea si as vrea sa aflu toate informatiile noi care apar in domeniu.

  16. Valentin
    15 Iulie, 2008 la 9:39 am

    Bună! Sun-o pe doamna Dan la numărul scris de mine în unul dintre comentariile de mai sus. La congres poti veni, încă nu avem nici noi invitaţiile, sau poate ca nu le-am văzut eu. Tot doamna Mirela te poate ajuta şi în privinţa asta. O să afli şi de aici din ce în ce mai multe informaţii, voi mai pune nişte saituri în franceză.

  17. cristinakineto
    15 Iulie, 2008 la 6:44 pm

    Iti multumesc frumos pentru raspuns.

  18. Carmen
    22 Iulie, 2008 la 2:26 pm

    Buna si eu as vrea sa ma abonez la revista voastra . Sunt din Bacau , am absolvit acum 3 ani Facultatea de stiinte ale MiscariiSportului si Sanatatii, Sectia Kinetoterapie, am urmat un masterat in Bacau si unul in strainatate. Poate pot sa si scriu o rubrica in paginile revistei. Astept raspuns.Pa

  19. Valentin
    24 Iulie, 2008 la 12:26 am

    Bună, Carmen şi bine ai venit. Probabil ca in curand veti avea si voi la Bacau un site sau macar un blog, poate mai interesant decat al meu. Pentru detalii despre revista poti citi comentarii in care am explicat exact cum trebuie să procedezi.
    Poti sa scrii si o rubrica in revista, de ce nu ai putea? Vii cu o propunere? Ne spui eventual aici cum a fost in strainatate si unde ai fost? Asteptăm. Ciao.

  20. alice
    30 August, 2008 la 11:27 am

    buna. am si eu o intrebare. ca si proaspata angata in sistemul de stat, kinetoterapeut debutant, in ce asociatii ar trebui sa ma inscriu? si ce inseamna punctele, la ce folosesc, si cum se obtin? mersi

  21. pop marius nicolae
    9 Septembrie, 2008 la 10:33 pm

    buna.te rog sa ma ajuti cu ceva material despre testarea echilibrului (scala Berg) si ceva pentru testarea mersului, nu le mai gasesc si nu stiu de unde sa fac rost de ele. mulutmesc mult

  22. Valentin
    11 Septembrie, 2008 la 8:45 am

    Salut! Îţi recomand cartea „Normal şi patologic în evoluţia echilibrului uman”, de Vasile Marcu şi Corina Matei. Acolo găseşti tot ceea ce te interesează. O să-ţi caut ceva în formă electronică să pun şi aici.

  23. Corina Matei
    11 Septembrie, 2008 la 10:23 am

    Buna Marius si toate cele bune Vali. Vazand ca sunt in discutie nu am putut sa ma abtin sa nu ma implic! Asadar nestiind cum sa atasez doc. word pe blog am gasit adresa de mail a lui Marius (tot pe blog) si am trimis materialele solicitate. Sa-ti fie de folos Marius si daca mai ai nevoie de ajutor pe aceasta parte ti-l ofer cu mare placere.
    Numai bine!

  24. pop marius nicolae
    12 Septembrie, 2008 la 8:41 pm

    multumesc mult Corina, raman dator.
    Numai bine

  25. pop marius nicolae
    12 Septembrie, 2008 la 8:45 pm

    e foarte bun, imi este de mare folos ceea ce mi-ai trimis.
    pentru testarea mersului nu ai nimic? cu engleza nu prea ma descurc, daca ai ceva in romana ar fi super. multumesc inca odata.
    Pa.

  26. Corina Matei
    15 Septembrie, 2008 la 1:24 pm

    Marius, in materialele trimise ai prezentata si scala Tinetti, care are itemi atat pentru aprecierea echilibrului cat si pentru mers. Vezi daca nu ti-e utila aia!
    Numai bine!

  27. pop marius nicolae
    15 Septembrie, 2008 la 6:11 pm

    ti-am trimis si un mail dar iti scriu si aici, daca tot sunt.
    Imi este de folos ceea ce mi-ai trimis dar cred ca lipseste interpretarea testului de mers, are scorul dar nu are interpretarea.
    poti sa verifici si sa le trimiti, te rog.
    Multumesc mult

  28. alice
    15 Septembrie, 2008 la 6:20 pm

    buna! as avea si eu nevoie de scalele de evaluarea mersului si echilibrului. am cautat cartea recomandata pe acest blog, Normal şi patologic în evoluţia echilibrului uman, dar nu am reusit sa o gasesc. daca ma puteti ajuta si pe mine, v.as fi recunoscatoare. ma descurc si cu limba engleza.
    multumesc
    adresa: baleanalice@yahoo.com

  29. alice
    15 Septembrie, 2008 la 8:12 pm

    mai am o nelamurire, daca ma poate ajuta cineva. din cate stiu examenul pt kinetoterapeut debutant se da 6 luni de la angajare, dar am auzit, ca s-ar putea, cu bunavointa medicului sef de sectie, sa se dea in 3 luni, e adevarat, stie cineva ceva? mersi
    alice b

  30. pop marius nicolae
    25 Septembrie, 2008 la 7:33 pm

    buna Alice, eu stiam ca se dau la 6 luni sau 1 an, nu am auzit ca ar fi posibil si la trei luni, nu stiu
    mai intereseaza-,te, poate ai noroc sa scapi mai repede.
    bafta.
    numai bine
    pa

  31. carmen1
    17 Ianuarie, 2009 la 4:02 am

    buna,am o serie de intrebari!
    1.stie careva sa-mi spuna mai multe despre FRAK?cum poti deveni membru FRAK?
    2.au cumva vreun site ceva ,ca stau de o ora si tot nu gasesc!
    3.ca sa pot profesa in kineto trebuie sa fiu membru al unei federatii,ordinul kt din Romania?daca da,imi va fi recunoscuta in UK?
    multumesc anticipat!

  32. nechifor
    14 Martie, 2009 la 12:34 am

    buna seara!
    am si eu o intrebare, credeti ca as mai putea intra in posesia revistelor de kinetoterapie, acum dupa atata timp…am citit posturile de mai sus si is vechi de anu trecut, de asta si intreb.as putea sa o mai sun pe onf. dr. Mirela Dan, la 0723296093
    va multumesc.

  33. Valentin
    14 Martie, 2009 la 12:14 pm

    Poti s-o suni, dacă mai are, ţi le va trimite. Numai bine.

  34. nechifor
    14 Martie, 2009 la 11:38 pm

    multumesc mult pentru raspuns! o seara buna!

  35. 16 Martie, 2009 la 9:45 pm

    O zi buna,

    Va iubesc, dar astep intrebari in meserie la acest capitol .
    De ce ???
    Unii abordeaza pe anumite bloguri nerealiatea .
    tarnsmit cursuri etc .
    Poate daca indraznim sa facem si projecte in aceasta directie
    Mingea mare si etc , vom stii si cele trei principii , in activitatea kineto pe minge .
    Altfel aceste informatiii sunt ……. 0000. . Ok . pe viitor cu alex baciu
    cu respect
    zoltan pasztay

  36. Valentin
    16 Martie, 2009 la 10:43 pm

    Dragă Zoli,
    O să-ţi spun eu cum stă treaba cu băiatul ăsta. Alex are 23 de ani. Abia a terminat facultatea. Dacă mă gândesc că eu la vârsta lui eram student în anul II şi nu exista internet…

    Îmi pare rău să te contrazic, dar zic că e bine ce face, mai ales dacă te gândeşti că face tot ce poate, de fapt toţi facem numai ce putem, cum bine zis-a Jackie Charlton. Şi important este să încerci. Nu m-am uitat peste cursuri, poate că nu sunt prea grozave şi aici ai tu dreptate.

    Dar hai să-l încurajăm şi să-i corectăm eventualele ezitări sau lacune pe care le are numai datorită vârstei şi lipsei de experienţă. În cele din urmă e de-al nostru şi eu îi văd un viitor frumos. Plus că promovează kinetoterapia, adică meseria noastră. Ce zici?

  37. 17 Martie, 2009 la 10:56 pm

    Ok, imi cer scuze ca intervin in discutia dvs, dar am vazut ca nu ati fost de acord cu blogul meu si pe alte siteuri, asadar ma simt obligat sa intervin. Domnule Pastzay Zoltan eu va apreciez foarte mult ca si kinetoterapeut, apreciez munca dvs, cartile dvs si efortul de a ne pastra uniti. Imi dau seama ca ceea ce prezinta blogul meu de kineto pentru dumneavoastra este egal cu 0, insa eu incerc sa imi ajut colegii asa cum pot. Nu stiu cum si cu cine ati invatat dumneavoastra kinetoterapia, nu stiu cum erati la 23 de ani, dar eu pot sa va spun sigur ca datorita sistemului de invatamant (Bologna) si nu numai, eu am lacune MARI in domeniul kinetoterapiei. Acum nu pot sa dau vina doar pe sistem, sunt constient ca este si vina mea, poate chiar in proportie de 70%, dar eu nu aveam aceste lipsuri, daca nu este sistemul cum este. Am facut 3 ani de facultate in sistemul Bologna (1 de sport, si asa zisi 2 ani de kineto) , se poate invata kinetoterapie in 2 ani ??? eu nu cred asta, cum zicea si dl Serac intr-un articol anterior „nu trebuie sa deveniti niciodata altceva decat o opera in devenire si nu un produs finit” , eu sunt in acel stadiu de devenire, in faza primordiala, de creare. Lucrez doar de cateva luni in domeniu, practica am facut foarte foarte putina in anul 3 de facultate. Deci experienta mea este egal cu 0. Kinetoterapia se fura mai mult sau mai putin, corect? (la practica ma refer) In meseria asta trebuie sa furi de la cei mai in varsta, uite ca eu unde m-am angajat nu am avut de la cine sa fur,cei care imi sunt colegi sunt de aceasi varsta ca mine si nu au experienta, a trebuit sa pun in practica teoria invatata in facultate, si a fost si imi este foarte greu. Prin urmare, in momentul de fata, la 8 luni de experienta in domeniu, abia trecut de la stadiul de kinetoterapeut debutant la cel de kinetoterapeut, pot sa scriu doar articole despre mingea Bobath, cateva cursuri de kineto, infortii despre simpozioane etc. Cand (si am sa ajung) la stadiul dvs cu zeci de ani de experienta in spate si mie o sa mi se para prostii toate astea … dar mai este pana atunci.

    Inca o data vreau sa va mentionez ca apreciez FOARTE MULT munca dvs. si ceea ce faceti pt kinetoterapie. Nu vreau sa percepeti acest comentariu ca o ofensa sau ca o jignire.
    Cum vorbeam si cu Dl. Valentin Serac zilele trecute, am de gand sa ajung in urmatoarele luni prin Oradea, ca sa mai invat practica/kinetoterapie pura, sa imi acopar o parte din lipsuri. Abia astept sa ne intalnim si sa ma mustrati fata in fata🙂.

    Cu mult respect,
    Alex Baciu

  38. 19 Martie, 2009 la 7:24 pm

    O seara placuta,
    Viata ne rezerva viiitorul, si domeniul acceptat.
    Sa nu te simti mai….
    Kineoterapia e vasta …….
    Multumesc lui VALENTIN , pentru informatii.

    Viitorul va apartine
    Cu drag
    Zoltan Pasztay

  39. DIANA
    9 Iunie, 2009 la 6:55 pm

    Am nevoie de ajutor!

    Am de prezentat un referat despre evaluarea si recuperarea in dismorfismele membrelor inferioare.
    Nu am gasit materiale in limba romana si engleza nu stiu.

    Multumesc anticipat!

  40. 10 Iunie, 2009 la 9:56 pm

    Diana ,
    Sunt foarte multe materiale , dar Nu numai ….pe net !
    Mai exista si Biblioteci si carti..
    De ex. pe apucate .scriu cateva titluri si aparitii .

    Mihai Jianu Breviar de Ortopedie , Ed Tridona Buc 2004.
    Jianu M Atlas color de ortopedie pediatrica Ed Tridona 2003
    Dana Vasilescu , Dan Cosma , Iulian Negreanu : Ortopedie pediatrica , Ed Med ……………Cluj Napoca 2003 .
    Cu placere ,
    Zoltan P>

    PZ

  41. DIANA
    11 Iunie, 2009 la 4:23 pm

    Multumesc pentru raspuns Domnule Conferentiar.
    Am incercat la Biblioteca Judeteana din Craiova, insa nu am reusit sa gasesc nimic.

    Succes in activitate!

  42. Orhei Oana
    25 Iulie, 2009 la 7:23 pm

    buna
    acum am intrat si eu pe acest site si am vazut conversatiile, m-ar interesa si pe mine programul McKenzie, daca e cineva dragut sa mi-l trimita caci am o pacienta care mi-a zis ca a lucrat in ungaria pe programul asta. Si eu nu am gasit prea multe informatii despre el, mailul meu e sweet_oanna@yahoo.com
    Va multumesc, si Succes in activitate

  43. Zoltan Pasztay
    28 Iulie, 2009 la 7:34 am

    O zi buna Oana ,

    Colegul , Valentin chiar are sper materiale din aceasta metoda MC Kenzie .

    Eu am o carte xeroxata in engleza , daca esti din Oradea cu placere imprumut .

    Zoltan P

  44. Orhei Oana
    31 Iulie, 2009 la 2:22 pm

    Buna
    Multumesc mult Zoltan dar eu sunt din Hateg:(
    Oricum daca o sa mai am nevoie de ceva o sa va cer ajutor:D, am si eu ceva materiale dar despre gravide si in general pe reumatologie.
    Spor la treaba in continuare:)

  45. Pasztay Zoltan
    4 August, 2009 la 11:20 am

    Oana ,
    Da, am ceva si de Mc Kenzi , dar dupa ce ma intorc din concediu am sa-ti trimit .
    Nu conteaza unde te aflii !!
    Gasim modalitatea sa te informezi .
    Scriem pe …pasztayzoltan@yahoo.com
    sanatate si la mai mare
    Zoltan Pasztay

  46. Paula C.
    31 August, 2009 la 10:29 pm

    Buna ,
    As dori sa stiu dc se poate , datele congreselor, conferintelor ,simpozioanelor din anul in curs pt kinetoterapie.
    
Data,locul,etc. Sau dc exista un site cu toate acestea programate 
Multumesc frumos…numai bine!

  47. Valentin
    1 Septembrie, 2009 la 12:16 pm

    Bună. Intră pe blogul colegului nostru Alex Baciu si gasesti toate informaţiile de care ai nevoie. Il găseşti la mine în blogroll.

  48. Cristina
    10 Octombrie, 2009 la 8:42 am

    Buna ziua.
    As dori sa stiu cum pot deveni membru al federatiei romane de kinetoterapie.

    Cu respect.

  49. Cristina
    10 Octombrie, 2009 la 9:04 am

    Va rog sa-mi scuzati lipsa de informare.

    Intre timp am citit si am aflat ca nu pot fi membru al Federatiei Romane de Kinetoterapie, cel mult membru al unei asociatii profesionale afiliate la Federatia Romana de Kinetoterapie.🙂

    Cu respect.

  50. violeta costrut
    2 Februarie, 2010 la 9:47 pm

    Buna ziua.Sunt asist.med si ma gandesc ca ar fi foarte buna o specializare in kinetoterapie.Stiti unde se poate face asta?(sunt din zalau).Cu respect

  51. Romana
    11 Martie, 2010 la 12:40 pm

    Buna ziua tuturor,
    Am o rugaminte la cei care pot sa ma ajute. Ma intereseaza articolul despre Kinetoterapia in Grecia. Am incercat sa citesc rezumatul din revista, dar nu apare.

    Domnule Pasztay imi pare rau ca nu mi-ati fost profesor in facultate. Citesc de ceva timp discutiile de pe forum si aceasta dorinta de a invata si pe altii numai la domnul doctor Barsan am mai intalnit-o. Din pacate l-am cunoscut in ultimul sau an de viata si nu am apucat sa invat prea multe. Mi-a fost coordonator la lucrarea de licenta si imi pare rau ca nu am putu sa lucrez alaturi de dansul cel putin un an dupa facultate.

    Cu respect,

  52. Yloz
    12 Martie, 2010 la 9:03 pm

    Multumesc Romana pentru aprecieri , Cornel a fost un mare profesionist , noi am colaborat foarte bine .
    Ani de zile aum fost prezent la organizat sub egida MS si au venit cei mai renumiti medici si profesori universitari ai vremii , Donul prof Vereanu, Fam prof dr Robanescu Nicolae , profesorul Robos Nicolae, Sbenghe Tudor, Jaroslav Kiss, POp din Arad , Teleki , Antonescu Dinu, Medrea < Vlad Tiberiu, si multi altii
    Imi cer scuze colegilor ca aici nu am inclus nici un kinetoterapeut ( CFM-istul de atunci ) pe lista dar am fost ft multi si mai bine nu dau nume .
    A existat o colaborare si nu discutii neprincipiale ca si azi de multe ori ( Intrea specialitati sau domenii )
    Am organizat primele work shopuri din Romania in aceea perioada , cu prezentari de cazuri chiar forte serioase si cu dg comlex !!
    Am stiut sa purtam dialog colegial, si am reusit sa ajutam foarte multi bolnavi astfel !
    Sper ca cei care sunt actualmente studentii mei la masterate , sa beneficieze de atmosfera acelor momente de adevarata profesionalizare cand predau sau demonstrez .

    Nu spun toate acestea ca in zilele noastre nu exista colegi fenomenali si studenti eminenti cu care ai placerea sa colaborezi .
    Numai bine tuturor si sa ne auzim la urmatoarele Congrese si Consfatuiri .
    Cu stima
    Zoltan Pasztay

  53. Yloz
    12 Martie, 2010 la 9:05 pm

    Multumesc Romana pentru aprecieri , Cornel a fost un mare profesionist , noi am colaborat foarte bine .
    Ani de zile am fost prezent la organizat sub egida MS si au venit cei mai renumiti medici si profesori universitari ai vremii , Donul prof Vereanu, Fam prof dr Robanescu Nicolae , profesorul Robos Nicolae, Sbenghe Tudor, Jaroslav Kiss, POp din Arad , Teleki , Antonescu Dinu, Medrea < Vlad Tiberiu, si multi altii
    Imi cer scuze colegilor ca aici nu am inclus nici un kinetoterapeut ( CFM-istul de atunci ) pe lista dar am fost ft multi si mai bine nu dau nume .
    A existat o colaborare si nu discutii neprincipiale ca si azi de multe ori ( Intrea specialitati sau domenii )
    Am organizat primele work shopuri din Romania in aceea perioada , cu prezentari de cazuri chiar forte serioase si cu dg comlex !!
    Am stiut sa purtam dialog colegial, si am reusit sa ajutam foarte multi bolnavi astfel !
    Sper ca cei care sunt actualmente studentii mei la masterate , sa beneficieze de atmosfera acelor momente de adevarata profesionalizare cand predau sau demonstrez .

    Nu spun toate acestea ca in zilele noastre nu exista colegi fenomenali si studenti eminenti cu care ai placerea sa colaborezi .
    Numai bine tuturor si sa ne auzim la urmatoarele Congrese si Consfatuiri .
    Cu stima
    Zoltan Pasztay

  54. gherasim adriana
    2 Mai, 2010 la 10:47 am

    imi doresc si eu cartea Kinetoterapie in Neuropediatrie.Unde trebuie sa fac comanda? Multumesc. Adriana

  55. Valentin
    2 Mai, 2010 la 10:57 am

    La dl. conf univ. dr. Pasztai. Cu plăcere.

  56. ZP
    3 Mai, 2010 la 10:31 pm

    Adrianna ,
    Trimit cartea !
    Te rog sa-mi scrii adresa corecta cu cod …. si primesti ramburs prim posta daca nu esti din Oradea >
    Altfel se gaseste la Universitate
    Scrie pe adresa mea de e mail /
    Zoltan Pasztai

  57. yo
    2 Iunie, 2010 la 3:05 pm

    violeta costrut :Buna ziua.Sunt asist.med si ma gandesc ca ar fi foarte buna o specializare in kinetoterapie.Stiti unde se poate face asta?(sunt din zalau).Cu respect

    La Satu Mare

  58. Yloz
    4 Iunie, 2010 la 9:47 pm

    Studii universitare sau doar un schimb de experienta cu voluntariat ?
    ZP

  59. Puşa
    5 Iunie, 2010 la 4:37 pm

    Doamne, mulţumesc pentru că am dat peste acest blog!!!Am găsit filmuleţe cu dl. conferenţiar Zoltan Pasztai pe youtoube şi le-am copiat imediat, dar nu mi-am imaginat niciodată că am să reuşesc să vorbesc (indirect) cu dumnealui şi că voi avea poate ocazia să învăţ câte ceva direct de la dumnealui! Domnule Pasztai , am teancuri de cărţi în domeniul kinetoterapiei ( am terminat facultatea de Ed. fizică şi sport – kinetoterapie- la Galaţi şi acum fac masteratul în continuare tot la Galaţi), dar mai vreau!!!!!!!!!Sunt bune şi cele în format electronic pt că le scot la imprimantă.Numai să-mi spuneţi cum pot intra în posesia lor( eu sunt din Brăila). Îmi doresc cărţi cu multe aplicaţii practice, pe afecţiuni( dacă există aşa ceva).Adresa mea de e-maill este pusastef@yahoo.com.
    Am reuşit să fac un cabinet particular pe kinetoterapie în Brăila, pt că în spital este foarte greu să intri. Credeţi că dacă lucrez particular este necesar să mă înscriu în organizaţie? Vă mulţumesc pentru că existaţi pentru cei mai mici care vor să crească mari!!! O zi bună !

  60. Valentin
    6 Iunie, 2010 la 12:03 am

    Felicitări, pentru cabinet Puşa şi îţi mulţumim pentru cuvintele frumoase. Cred că e întotdeauna mai bine să fii înscrisă într-o asociaţie. Treizeci de ani minunaţi îţi doresc!

  61. Puşa
    6 Iunie, 2010 la 10:30 am

    Să ne dea Dumnezeu tuturor!!! Am văzut mai sus că vrea cineva teste pentru mers şi echilibru!! Am şi eu ceva şi sper să-i fie de folos! Am nişte teste care se fac persoanelor vârstnice pentru a verifica riscul de cădere.

    1.Testul „Tandem Standing” –test de evaluare a echilibrului.
    Pacientului i se cere să stea în picioare cu gleznele apropiate timp de 10secunde,
    Apoi poziţie semitandem încă10secunde
    Ulterior cu membrele inferioare în linie- călcâiul unui picior fiind lipit de vârful celuilalt- aşa numita poziţie tandem.
    Incapacitatea de a sta în această ultimă poziţie cel puţin 10 secunde indică un risc ridicat de cădere.În final i se cere pacientului să efectueze 8 paşi în tandem.

    2. În timpul testului pentru evaluarea vitezei normale de mers, pacientului i se cere să meargă normal. Este determinat timpul necesar parcurgerii unei distanţe de 4 metri. Parcurgerea unei distanţe mai mici de 1 metru pe secundă indică un risc crescut de declin funcţional care este corelat cu căderile şi respectiv cu fracturile de şold.

    3..Testul „Up & Go”- în timpul testului pacientului i se cere să se ridice de pe un scaun cu înălţime normală cu mânere, să meargă 3 metri în pas obişnuit, să se întoarcă, să parcurgă aceeaşi distanţă până la scaun şi să se aşeze pe el. Acest test evaluează capacitatea de a merge a unei persoane şi funcţionalitatea musculară. Valorile mai mari de 12 secunde constituie un factor de risc pentru cădere.

    4.Chair Rising Test . În timpul testului de ridicare de pe scaun -Chair Rising Test – care evaluează forţa de contracţie musculară, pacientului i se cere să se ridice şi să se aşeze de 5 ori de pe scaun cu înălţime obişnuită-cât de repede posibil – fără a se folosi de braţe. Braţele se ţin încrucişate la piept. Un pacient care nu poate să se ridice şi să se aşeze de 5 ori sau care are nevoie de mai mult de 10 secunde pentru efectuarea acestui test prezintă risc crescut de cădere.

    Acum vă rog să-mi spuneţi ce paşi trebuie să fac pentru a mă înscrie în asocieţie şi ce trebuie să fac.Vă mulţumesc mult şi vă urez mult succes în activitate!!!

  62. Yloz
    10 Iunie, 2010 la 5:52 pm

    Pusa , trebuie sa-ti soseasca cartea , am trimis de luni !
    Sa ai ca si un ghid profesional in activitatea Ta profesionala .
    ZP .

  63. Puşa
    11 Iunie, 2010 la 2:21 pm

    Mulţumesc mult de tot!! Am primit-o, mă va ajuta foarte mult în activitate şi mulţumesc mult pentru statutul de „colegă”. Este un imbold pentru mine pentru a învăţa şi mai mult ca să vă ajung din urmă!!!O zi cât mai frumoasă!!

  64. kyddy
    27 Iunie, 2010 la 4:04 pm

    Salut, am si eu cateva nelamuriri daca ma puteti ajuta sunt din Cluj, am terminat in 2008 la Medicina , specializarea de balneofiziokinetoterapie.Este actuala facultate de 3 ani.De cand lucrez sunt plimbata de la oammr la directia de sanatate publica si inevers,(scuze de caracterele mici dar nu merita le merita pe cele mari), libera practica de unde ar fi cel mai inidcat sa fie eliberata si daca am nevoie de credite? Daca ma poate ajuta cineva raman datoare .Pupici

  65. yloz
    1 Iulie, 2010 la 3:06 pm

    Adreseaza-te unei asociatii care va reprezinta si elibereaza asa ceva !
    La kinetoterapeuti sunt mai multe astfel de aociatii grupate in FRAK , care poate elibera asa ceva .
    Credite acumulezi participand la cursur, Workshoopuri, etc in timpul anului cu lucrari stiintifice cu un colectiv de autori sau ca prim singur autor al unei lucrari .
    OK .
    Succes .

  66. ub
    12 Iulie, 2010 la 10:59 pm

    ma intereseaza daca ma poate ajuta cineva sa imi spuna unde pot face cursul de Vojta

  67. ub
    12 Iulie, 2010 la 11:02 pm

    eu sunt din iasi si la noi nu se face inca asa ceva

  68. yloz
    17 Iulie, 2010 la 6:28 pm

    Cusuri postuniversitare se pot face atat in tara cat si in strainatate .
    la noi in tara deocamdata se face Vojta , la Sibiu , prin Asociatia respectiva si din 27 iulie va fii demart la Felix si primul curs de initiere in Conceptul NTD- Bobath <
    Pentru inscriere trebuie sa te adresezi unor persoane de contact !
    Plus ca trebuie sa indeplinesti cateva criterii care tot ei o sa-ti comunice , pe langa suma de bani !
    Spor la specializare si felicitari !
    ZP

  69. yloz
    29 Ianuarie, 2011 la 12:41 pm

    Anunt . (Inca se mai fac inscrieri)

    Noul curs din colaborarea bilaterala cu Universitatea din Szeghedin care a inceput in acest an , si care va fii tinut in Ungaria , iar in toamna si la Oradea un Bobath initiere tot cu instructori USA .
    Course Description.
    The overall goal of this course is to discuss new concepts in the assessment and treatment of balance impairments leading to loss of functional independence and falls in both neurologic and geriatric populations. The course will review research related to the physiologic basis for normal and impaired balance, and consider the application of this research in the assessment and treatment of balance disorders. The course will include three assessment labs where participants can explore tests related to the measurement of balance and mobility functions. Case studies and small group discussions will focus on the development of evidence based treatment strategies to improve balance and prevent falls.

    Course Objectives: At the completion of this course participants will be able to:
    Discuss the control of balance within a dynamic systems model, and within the International Classification of Function, Health and Disability.
    Describe sensory, motor and cognitive contributions to normal and impaired balance in older adults and those with neurologic pathology.
    Discuss the rationale for selecting tests used to measure balance
    Learn to administer at least two measures of balance, and discuss their psychometric properties
    Develop an appropriate progression of exercises for persons with impaired balance
    Based on a review of the research evidence, discuss current best practices related to balance training in both geriatric and neurologic populations.

    Instructors
    Marjorie Woollacott, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Human Physiology and a member of the Institute of Neuroscience at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. She is well known for her research on balance control and rehabilitation in both neurologic populations, including children with cerebral palsy, and geriatrics, and has received numerous grants from the National Institute on Aging to study balance rehabilitation in these individuals. She has published extensively, and is coauthor of the book Motor Control: Translating Research into Clinical Practice. Her current research focuses on methods to improve balance and reduce falls when neurologic patients and older adults are in complex environments, and focusing on more than one task.

    Anne Shumway-Cook, PT, PhD, FAPTA is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Her research focuses on understanding the physiologic basis for balance and mobility disorders in neurologic and geriatric populations, and the translation of this research into best practices related to assessment and treatment of balance disorders. She has published extensively, and is coauthor of the book Motor Control: Translating Research into Clinical Practice. Her clinical practice focuses on treatment of adults with balance and mobility impairments; she has helped to develop a number of hospital and community evidence-based fall prevention programs.

    schedule

    Day 1
    8.30 – 9:00 Arrival, registration, coffee and tea
    9:00 – 9:10 Welcome and Introductions
    9:10 – 9:45 Introduction to Balance – Anne Shumway-Cook
    9:45 – 10:00 Groups of Three – How do you currently assess balance?
    10:00- 10:30 Break
    10:30 – 11:45 Physiologic Basis for normal and impaired balance: Motor Systems – Marjorie Woollacott
    11:45 – 12:30 Introduction to Assessment – Anne Shumway-Cook
    12:30- 1:30 Lunch
    1:30 – 3:00 Assessment Lab: Motor Components of Balance
    3:00 – 3:45 Group Discussion of Assessment Lab
    3:45 – 4:15 Break
    4:15 – 5:00 Introduction to Treatment – Anne Shumway-Cook

    Day 2
    9:00 – 9:30 Evidence Based Treatment Strategies: Motor – Anne Shumway-Cook
    9:30 – 10:00 Groups of 3: Treating Motor Components of Balance
    10:00 -10:45 Group Discussion & Task Oriented Treatment: Motor
    10:45 – 11:15 Break
    11:15 – 12:15 Physiologic Basis for normal and impaired balance: Sensory Systems – Marjorie Woollacott
    12:15 – 1:15 Lunch
    1:15 – 2:15 Assessment Lab – Sensory Components
    2:15- 2:45 Group Discussion & Assessment of Sensory Aspects of Balance
    2:45 – 3:15 Evidence Based Treatment of Sensory Impairments – Anne Shumway-Cook
    3:15 – 3:45 Break
    3:45 – 4:15 Groups of 3 Treating Sensory Components of Balance – Case Studies
    4:15 – 5:00 Group Discussion & Task Oriented Treatment: Sensory

    Day 3
    9:00 – 10:00 Physiologic Basis for normal and impaired balance: Cognitive Systems – Marjorie Woollacott
    10:00 – 10:45 Assessment Lab: Cognitive Components of Balance
    10:45 – 11:15 Break
    11:15 – 12:00 Group Discussion & Assessment of Cognitive Aspects of Balance Control
    12:00 – 1:00 Lunch
    1:00 – 1:30 Evidence Based Balance Training: Cognitive – Anne Shumway-Cook
    1:30 – 2:00 Groups of 3 – Treatment of Cognitive components
    2:00 – 2:45 Group Discussion and Task Oriented Treatment of Cognitive Aspects of Balance control
    2:45 – 3:15 Break
    3:15 – 4:00 Summary and Conclusions, questions and answers –
    Dr. Edit Nagy
    Head of the Department, associate professor
    University of Szeged Faculty of Health, and Social Sciences
    Department of Physiotherapy

    Dr. Nagy Edit
    Tanszékvezető főiskolai docens
    SZTE ETSZK Fizioterápiás Tanszék

    Dr Pasztai Zoltan
    Pásztai Zoltán Ph.D.
    Assistent Professor
    University of Oradea / Romania
    Home adress
    417495 Sanmartin / Bihor
    str. Ion Slavici bl. D18 ap.12
    Home tel. 0040259318276
    rds. tel. 0040359439703
    Mobil tel. 0040723764384

    Saitul unde aveti detailat este >

    http://www.etszk.u-szeged.hu/oktatas/tovabbkepzeseink/egyensuly-rehabilitacio?objectParentFolderId=12936

  70. Tarachiu Radita
    14 Iunie, 2011 la 1:10 pm

    Buna ziua!! Termin anul acesta masteratul in Kinetoterapie la domiciliu, la Facultatea de Educatie Fizica si Sport din Galati si as dori sa ma inscriu la studiile de doctorat. Doar ca acum am aflat ca acestea nu se mai desfasoara decat la forma de zi. Mentionez ca sunt casatorita, am 2 copii si locuiesc la Braila. Deci, care sunt sansele sa pot face doctoratul atata timp cat nu ma pot muta in Oradea? Sau ar trebui sa renunt la visele mele?Va multumesc anticipat pentru raspuns.

  71. Valentin
    18 Iunie, 2011 la 12:13 pm

    Bună, Radita! Nu avem din păcate şcoală doctorală la Oradea, dar te poţi interesa la alte universităţi din ţară. Mult succes!

  72. Tarachiu Radita
    18 Iunie, 2011 la 12:41 pm

    Nu asta este problema!!! Doctorat am unde sa fac, problema este ca se face la zi!!! Iar in Galati sau Braila nu exista scoala doctorala, iar eu nu-mi pot parasi familia 3 ani cel putin!!! Asta este problema, ca nu au lasat doctoratul la fara frecventa!!!

  73. yloz
    18 Iunie, 2011 la 11:54 pm
    Felicitari pentru aceasta viata familiara si profesionala deosebita , realizat pana acum la cursuri ??? Visele sunt frumose ! poate vei realiza . Dar de ce si doctoratul daca nu lucrezi in invatamantul universitar superior ?? Mai bine o alta facultate cu ce vei reusii o alta speciualitate etc . Poate ai de unde alege de mai jos ! Treatments This register is intended for use by individual members of the public only. It should not be used by other companies for commercial purposes. If you are looking for a therapist in your area, practicing a particular treatment please click on the treatment titles below which will carry out the search automatically. The FHT Disciplinary Panel will deal with any complaints received regarding FHT Members including complaints that involve any breach of the Code of Ethics. These will be assessed and penalties may be administered against the FHT Member concerned. Treatment Description Activity Injuries The treatment of specific Sports or Activity injuries Acupressure Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, only without the use of needles. Instead, the therapist uses fingers, thumbs or knuckles to stimulate specific points (acupoints) along the body. This helps to restore the flow of ‘qi’ (energy); pronounced Chi; within the body. Acupuncture Acupuncture is just one aspect of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It works on the principal that ‘qi’ (Energy) flows through the body via channels known as ‘meridians’. An Acupuncturist stimulates specific ‘acupoints’ situated along the meridians with the use of fine needles. Acupuncture – Facial See Acupuncture Advanced Aromatherapy See Aromatherapy Advanced Clinical Sports Therapy See Sports Therapy Advanced Massage See Massage Advanced/enhanced massage techniques Advanced Nail Techniques See Manicure or Pedicure Advanced Neuro-Muscular Massage See Neuro-Muscular Therapy Advanced Reflexology See Reflexology Air Brushing See Fake Tan Alexander Technique This is largely concerned with teaching the client how to move and stand in a way that is anatomically correct. This helps to tackle areas of tension in the body that are often the result of poor habits that have developed over a number of years. Aromatherapy Aromatherapy in general is the use of aromatic plant extracts (essential oils) to improve health and emotional well-being and restore balance to the body. Most Aromatherapists will select a small number of essential oils whose properties will be of particular benefit to the client, and incorporate these into a full body massage. Clients may also be advised to use certain essential oils in the bath or a diffuser/vaporizer at home. Aromatherapy and Cancer Care See Aromatherapy Aromatherapy and Pregnancy See Aromatherapy Aromatherapy for Carers See Aromatherapy Aston Therapies An integrated therapy using massage, deep tissue work and movement Auricular Acupuncture See Acupuncture Auriculotherapy See Acupuncture Ayurvedic Technique Ayurveda is a complete healthcare system that originated in India some 3,000 years ago. It aims to restore or maintain balance in the body through detoxification, diet, exercise, herbs and various techniques that improve physical, mental and emotional health. Baby Massage Using a life-size doll, the therapist sits alongside the mother or father and teaches them how to gently massage their young baby. Baby Reflexology Baby Yoga Balinese Massage (Indonesian) A traditional Indonesian treatment handed down through the generations; which aims to change the ‘ life force energy’ from within by unblocking energy meridians. Deeply powerful, the stripping, draining and stimulating moves will rebalance and revive tired muscles, leaving you feeling relaxed, stress free and invigorated. An authentic blend of pure coconut oil and essential oils are used. Bharti Vyas Methods of Holistic Beauty Therapy Biodynamic Massage Biomagnet Therapy Biomagnetic therapy is similar to acupuncture, only specially-designed magnets are used instead of needles to stimulate certain acupoints and restore the body’s flow of qi (energy). This treatment may sometimes be used in conjunction with traditional acupuncture. Body Brushing & Exfoliation Body brushing/exfoliation improves blood circulation to the skin and helps to remove dead skin cells and other debris. Therapists may exfoliate the skin before carrying out another treatment, e.g. fake tan. A number of different body treatments now combine exfoliation and massage (e.g. Body Polish) Body Massage Massage involves the application of pressure (by kneading, rubbing or traction) to help ease musculo-skeletal problems. Often used to relieve tension and stress, help relaxation, aid sleep and promote a general sense of well-being. Body Talk BodyTalk is an energy re-balancing system combining the insights of Western medical expertise, acupuncture, applied Kinesiology, yoga, osteopathic and chiropractic philosophy. By using neuromuscular biofeedback on a relaxed arm, to provide answers to questions, it establishes the body’s priority requirements and it is said that the healing process begins. Body Works No Description Available Body Wraps There are numerous types of body wrap or inch-loss treatments available, most of which involve coating the client in a natural product (such as mineral-rich algae or mud) before applying bandages, foil or rubber to insulate the body and maximise mineral absorption. Borneo Massage Bowen Technique The Bowen Technique is a gentle, painless, holistic, remedial body therapy, based on the principle of `less is more` and consists of small precise moves on specific points of the body which are light and gentle. They can be used on anyone, young, or old. The Bowen ‘moves’ are organised into sets, with frequent and important pauses in between to give the body time to equilibrate. Bowen Vibromuscular Harmonisation No Description Available Boxercise No Description Available Breuss Spinal Massage Bridal Make Overs See Make-Up Buckwheat Massage Chelation Therapy Chi Exerciser Chinese Cupping Chinese cupping is a Traditional Chinese Medicine technique where the therapists places warm glass, metal, wood or bamboo cups in an up-turned position on specific acupoints,. Chinese Face Massage No Description Available Chinese Reflexology No Description Available Chirokinetic Therapy Circuit Training A circuit of exercises Colour Analysis It is said that everyone is best suited to spring, summer, autumn or winter shades depending on the colour of their skin, hair and eyes. Colour Therapy The Therapist may use a number of different techniques, including; visualisation; spectrum lamps; coloured crystals and silks; solarized water; coloured oils; and encouraging the client to eat foods of a particular colour. Combination Therapy No Description Available Cosmetic Ray Treatments No Description Available Counselling for a Therapy No Description Available Cranio Sacral Therapy A Cranio Sacral Therapist will use soft touch, mainly around the head area. Crystal Therapy Therapists will select crystals to meet the specific needs of the client. During treatment, the chosen crystals will then be placed; on the client’s body; in the client’s hand; or on the body’s seven different energy centres known as ‘chakras’. Crystal therapy may be incorporated into other complementary treatments, such as aromatherapy, acupuncture, reflexology and a range of other therapies. Daoyin Tao Daoyin Tao is a facial treatment that brings together ancient Chinese and modern Western massage techniques. A carefully selected blend of pure essential oils may be used to enhance the overall benefit of Daoyin Tao. Deep Oscillation Massage DEEP OSCILLATION® massage is low intensity, extremely low frequency electrostatic massage (5 – 250 Hz) that is applied through vinyl gloves and integrated into normal massage routines or via special hand held applicators that are moved in circular motions above the tissue. For the treatment, the patient holds a titanium neutral element loosely between the fingers and the therapist is connected by a pad adhered to the forearm. Deep Tissue Massage No Description Available Depilation The removal of the part of the hair above the skin e.g. depilatory creams. Dorn Method Dramatherapy No Description Available Ear Piercing No Description Available Ear Reflexology Electrical Body Treatments Most Body Electrical treatments aim to help the client lose weight or ‘re-contour’ their body. Treatments available include; vibratory treatment, electrical muscle stimulation; vacuum massage, high frequency; body galvanism; ultrasound and microcurrent. Electrolysis Essentially there are three different methods – the electrolysis method, short-wave diathermy, and the blend method. All three types, however, disrupt the hair follicle and prevent the growth of new hair. However the success of each method very much depends on the Therapist’s skill and accuracy. Emmett Technique The Emmett Technique uses a combination of direct pressure and gentle switches on specific muscle groups. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) See Meridian Therapies Epilation Epilation can be defined as ‘the removal of body hair by forcible extraction’. Most methods are temporary or semi-permanent, though some have longer lasting effects than others (e.g. electrolysis) See Threading, Waxing, Sugaring, Electrolysis Exercise Advice The Therapist provides a tailor-made exercise programme for general fitness training, sports-specific training or rehabilitation. Exercise and Fitness Knowledge No Description Available Exercise to Music Group exercises conducted to music. Includes aerobics, step, spinning, aqua aerobics etc. Exercise for mothers with babies in buggies Eyelash Perming No Description Available Face & Body Painting See Make-Up Face/Neck/Shoulder Massage No Description Available Facial A deep cleansing treatment of the face, neck and shoulder which can involve; steam, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, masks, peels, and massage. Facial Electrical Most facial electrical treatments aim to improve the condition and appearance of the skin and combat various signs of ageing. Treatments available include; facial steaming; microdermabrasion; vacuum suction; muscle stimulation (faradic); micro current; lasers and IPL (Intense Pulse Light) machines. Facial Reflexology No Description Available Facial Rejuvenation No Description Available Fake Tan As concerns over UVR exposure and skin cancer continue to rise, more people are opting for a Fake Tan. The active ingredients in the majority of Fake Tans is a natural acid called ‘DHA’/ This is the same naturally occurring acid that turns the flesh of an apple brown once it has been exposed to air. Today Beauty Therapist can offer a wide range of fake tans, from ‘spray-ons’ to more conventional creams/lotions. Those clients opting for a spray-on tan will probably be required to exfoliate their skin prior to treatment and have little physical contact with the Therapist compared to those who choose a cream-based tan. Fashion/Photographic Make-up See Make-Up Feldenkrais Method Fitball Training Exercises are carried out using a heavy-duty, inflatable ball. This can be used for general fitness training, sports-specific training, or rehabilitation. Fitness Assessment The client is put through a number of basic tests and controlled exercises so that the Therapist can determine his or her physical and functional capabilities. Flower Remedies Flower essences are diluted extracts of various types of flowers and plants, similar in many ways to homeopathic remedies. Foot Massage Group Exercise No Description Available Gymnasium Based Exercise No Description Available Gyrotonics Hair Extensions Hairdressing Hand, Arm, Leg and Foot Acupressure Hands Free Reflexology Hands Free Chair Massage Hands Free Massage No Description Available Hand Reflexology This is the same as standard ‘foot’ reflexology, only using reflex points found on the hands. Some Therapists may work on corresponding reflex points on the hands and feet simultaneously to enhance treatment. Hawaiian Massage No Description Available Heat & Bath Treatments No Description Available Holistic Face & Body Reading No Description Available Holistic Facial Massage Holistic facial massage involves a range of massage movements, adapted to the client’s skin type and condition. It will also include the neck and shoulders. Holistic skincare has become increasingly popular, using natural products based on essential oils, botanicals, vitamins and anti-oxidents as an alternative to chemically based ingredients. Homeopathy Homeopaths take into account not only the symptoms and signs of the illness but consider the whole person, including their personality, temperament and physical make-up, when selecting suitable treatments. Hydrotherm No Description Available Hypnotherapy Hypnosis can be defined as ‘an altered state of consciousness’ or a ‘state of deep relaxation’. When someone is hypnotised they are more open to suggestion than under normal circumstance as there is direct access to the subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to bring about therapeutic change and improve personal well-being (e.g. it may be used to help someone give up smoking or reduce stress-related inflammatory conditions such as asthma) Indian Head Massage Both a stimulating and relaxing treatment, Indian Head Massage concentrates on the face, scalp, shoulders, upper back and upper arms. Traditionally, oils are used to condition the hair, scalp and skin, but many clients in the West prefer to have a ‘dry’ treatment. Clients usually remain fully clothed. Therapists may include some ‘chakra’ energy work towards the end of the treatment. Indonesian Massage No Description Available Infra-Red Treatments No Description Available Interferential Therapy No Description Available Inversion Table No Description Available Iridology Iridology works on the theory that the iris (the coloured part of the eye) is a ‘map’ of the entire body. After the Iridologist has made a full analysis, using a torch and magnifier, the client will then be referred on to an appropriate Therapist or practitioner where necessary. Iris Mapping Consultation No Description Available Japanese Holistic Therapies No Description Available Jin Shin Jyutsu Like acupuncture, the underlying philosophy of Jin Shin Jyutsu is based upon qi (energy) running freely throughout the body. The Therapist gently holds different combinations of ‘Safety Energy Locks’ – similar to acupoints. Kinesiology Like acupuncture, Kinesiology works on the principle that certain organs, muscles and other body systems are linked together by different meridians, which are channels of energy or ‘qi’. If the kinesiologist detects an imbalance (e.g. weakness) in a particular muscle, then it is possible that the organ and/or other body systems linked to that particular muscle are also experiencing imbalance. Lash & Brow Treatments Includes Eyelash Perming, Eyebrow Shaping, Eyelash Tinting and Eyebrow Tinting. Lava Shell Therapy Lebed Method (Healthy Steps) No Description Available Light Dynamic Technique Light Heat Energy (LHE) No Description Available Light Therapy A lack of sunlight, particularly during the winter months, can have a very negative impact on the health and well-being of certain individuals, resulting in symptoms associated with a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. A therapists uses exposure to bright light through the use of ‘light boxes’ and other devices that simulate natural sunlight. Make-Up People having wedding photographs and professional portraits taken may like the help of a professional Beauty Therapist, as it can be difficult to create a look that is natural yet ‘heavy’ enough to counteract the photographer’s flash. Some Beauty Therapists also have advanced training in face and body painting and special effects – ideal for children’s parties, fancy dress and amateur dramatics. Manicure As well as shaping, buffing and enamelling the hand nails, the Therapist will also work on the cuticles and perform a relaxing hand and arm massage as part of the treatment. Manual Lymphatic Drainage Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) differs from ordinary massage in that it is extremely gentle. Mask Therapy No Description Available Massage – Hand Massage Massage and Cancer Care Massage and Pregnancy No Description Available Massage in Schools Instructor For more information please visit http://www.massageinschools.com Massage with Aromatherapy Oil Blends See Massage and Aromatherapy Mechanical & Electrical Treatments No Description Available Media Make-Up See Make-Up Mendhi/Henna Body Art Henna is a natural product used traditionally to decorate Asian Brides, symbolising love, fertility and prosperity. A paste containing henna and natural oils is applied to the skin in an intricate design. Once the paste has hardened and been painlessly removed, a burgundy to dark-brown pattern is left on the skin. A Mendhi Henna design can last from one week up to a month depending on the level of care. Meridian Therapies Comprised of: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) Be Set Free Fast (BSFF) Thought Field Therapy (TFT) These four are very similar in terms of their philosophy and general technique. Like Acupuncture, meridian therapies work on the principle that energy flows through the body along channels known as ‘meridians’. If this flow of energy becomes blocked or imbalanced in any way, the individual’s health and general well-being may be compromised. The therapist will gently touching or tapping on specific acupoints whilst the client focuses on his or her present problem. Metamorphic Technique British Naturopath and Reflexologist, Richard St John developed the Metamorphic Technique in the 1960’s. The Therapist, gently stimulates reflex points on the client’s feet, hands and head. Mind and Body Therapy Mind Detox Method Mindfulness Therapy Mongolian Massage Moxibustion Like acupuncture, Moxibustion is concerned with restoring the flow of ‘qi’ within the body. However, instead of using fine needles to redress any imbalances, Moxibustion involves applying heat to relevant acupoints. Acupuncture and Moxibustion are commonly used together. MTechnique The ‘M’ Technique is a method of gentle, structured touch, often used in hospices, by staff and volunteers, for those too fragile to receive conventional massage. The M Technique can be done on a clothed body or on single areas of the body, to produce relaxing effects. Myofascial Release Therapy Nail Art No Description Available Nail Extensions No Description Available Nail Technology No Description Available Naturopathy Naturopathy takes into account the physical, biochemical and psychological functions of the person within his or her environment. It comprises dietetics, hydrotherapy, manipulation, exercise, counselling, relaxation and a positive philosophy. Neck & Shoulder Massage See Massage Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) No Description Available Neurostructural Integration Technique No Description Available NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT) Nordic Walking Nutrition Advice Nutritional Advisors identify ways in which the client can improve his or her health and general well-being through diet. Following an in-depth consultation, the Therapist will discuss any possible nutritional deficiencies or food intolerances that the client may have; suggest appropriate tests (e.g. food allergy can indicate a medical condition); produce a special diet plan, include foods and supplements that will be of particular benefit to the client. Nutritional Therapy On Site Massage This refers to a form of massage that is carried out in a specially constructed chair, usually in the office environment. As the client remains clothed, pressure-point techniques – which involve applying pressure to concentrated areas – usually form a major part of the treatment. Oriental Body Balance Oriental Body Balance is a system of assessment, diagnosis & treatment. Diagnosis includes Questions & Answers; Muscle testing; Pulse & Tongue; Spine & joint evaluation; Palpation; Food intolerance testing. Treatment covers Foot & Ankle release; Tuina massage; Anmo Fu: Deep organ oil massage; Cranial balance; Qi Gung Therapy; Structural alignment Acupressure; Emotional & immune boosting exercises. Oriental Body Balance Anmo Fu Oriental Body Balance – Body Release Oriental Body Balance Cranial Balancing Oriental Body Balance Cupping Therapy Oriental Body Balance Fit 2 Therapy Oriental Body Balance Integrated Health Consultant Oriental Body Balance – Kore Therapy Oriental Body Balance – Musculo-skeletal screening Oriental Body Balance Pain Release Therapy Oriental Foot Massage Paraffin Wax Treatment The part of the body being treated is immersed or coated in warm paraffin wax and then wrapped in foil and towels to keep the area warm for as long as possible. Though usually included as part of a manicure or pedicure treatment to improve the skin and nails, paraffin wax treatments may also be used to soothe joints and increase joint mobility. Pedicure Shaping, and enamelling the toenails, removal of hard skin, cuticle work and a relaxing lower leg and foot massage. Personal Trainer The aim of a Personal Trainer is to provide a one-to-one service that will initially assess the client’s level of fitness before preparing a tailor-made fitness programme. The Trainer will teach and supervise the client whilst performing the agreed exercises on a regular basis, and adapt the fitness programme where necessary. Pilates Pilates improves the body’s posture and flexibility by toning the muscles, using slow and controlled movements to prevent injury. Correct postural alignment prior to any movements taking place during pilates sessions is key to the success of this technique. Polarity Therapy Posture Analysis The Therapist will assess the client’s current posture, body alignment, strength and flexibility. A number of corrective exercises will then be suggested to help combat existing aches and pains, reduce the likelihood of injury and increase the client’s general sense of well-being. Pulsing A style of massage where the limbs are shaken and pulled and the body and neck are gently rocked in a rhythmic motion. Pulsing is fun and fabulous to receive. QiGong Practised in China by millions of people every day, it combines meditation with a series of stances and slow movements, all of which are said to help qi flow freely throughout the body. It is used as both a preventative measure against illness and as means of self-healing. Raindrop Technique R.E.S.E.T. (Jaw Therapy) No Description Available Reflexology Reflexology is based on the principle that reflex points on the feet are connected to corresponding areas throughout the body. In this way, the feet can be seen as a ‘map’ of the body. Reflexologists work on the reflexes with their thumbs and fingers in specialised massage techniques. Reflexology and Pregnancy Reflexology For Cancer Care See Reflexology Reiki Reiki involves the Reiki Practitioner placing both hands on or above the client in specific positions. Reiki Teacher See Reiki Remedial Camouflage Remedial skin Camouflage involves the Therapist teaching clients how to blend and apply skin-coloured products to the skin in order to conceal a particular condition, such as: a birthmark; vitiligo; tattoos; scars; freckles; acne; or melasma. Remedial Exercise No Description Available Remedial Massage The Therapist will use various techniques to relieve pain and improve range of movement (ROM) and performance. Rossiter System Russian Honey Massage Sauna Seated Acupressure Massage This massage has the client sitting clothed in either an ergonomic massage chair or using a desktop massage unit. Seated Massage is relatively short in duration and the areas covered include the back, neck, shoulders, arms & hands, and scalp/head areas. Seated Massage This massage has the client sitting clothed in either an ergonomic massage chair or using a desktop massage unit. Seated Massage is relatively short in duration and the areas covered include the back, neck, shoulders, arms & hands, and scalp/head areas. Seichem & Reiki Seichem connects with the further elements of Reiki: Fire (transformation), Water (deep emotional healing) and Air (spiritual connection, link with the angelic realm), in addition to the Earth element of Reiki. It involves the Practitioner placing both hands on or above the client in specific positions. Seichem Teacher See Seichem Sekhem No Description Available Sekhem Teacher Semi Permanent Eye Lashes See Semi-Permanent Make-Up Semi Permanent Make-up Also known as ‘micro-pigmentation’ this procedure involves small amounts of pigment (colour) being placed into the skin using a technique that is similar to tattooing, only more refined. Some of the options available to the client include: lip liner, eyebrows, eyeliner and beauty spots. Semi-permanent make-up generally lasts between one and three years. Shiatsu Like acupuncture, shiatsu works on the principle that optimal health relies on qi (energy) flowing freely through the body. A shiatsu treatment involves the Therapist applying pressure to different parts of the body and may also use stretches. Clients remain fully clothed for treatment. Skeletal Balancing Skin Tag Removal No Description Available Slavic Massage No Description Available Sound Therapy Sound Therapists usesound specific pitches with various equipment including ‘singing bowls’ Spa Pool Includes Steam, Sauna, Aerated baths and whirlpools, flotation tanks/pool, thalassotherapy. Spinal Touch Therapy The Therapist assesses the posture of the client to determine whether there is a distortion of the spine and if the client’s centre of gravity is displaced (and if so, by how much). A number of light touch techniques are then used on key areas of the spine. Sports Event Massage No Description Available Sports Injuries No Description Available Sports Laser Therapy No Description Available Sports Massage A deeper tissue massage that has been developed to help athletes prepare and recover from training and competitions. Sports Therapy A generic term covering, Fitness assessment, sports massage, remedial massage, exercise advice, Fitball training, taping and strapping, TENS and Ultrasound. Stone Therapy This treatment uses hot and cold stones as part of full body massage routine. During the course of treatment, the stones are placed under and on top of the body, as well as pushed along the skin’s surface. Some Therapist’s may also incorporate hot or cold stones into other treatments such as Reflexology. Stone Therapy – Foot Stress Management No Description Available Sugaring A thick sugar paste is spread onto small areas of unwanted hair. An edge of the sugar is then teased up from the skin and the remainder pulled quickly off. See Epilation Sunbed Sunbeds have been used for many years as a way of producing or maintaining a tan. However as unprotected exposure to UV light can increase the risk of skin cancer in certain individuals, sunbeds should not be used excessively by: people under the age of 16; people who have a history of cancer (especially skin cancer); by people who have fair skin; white skin; freckles; moles or who burn easily. Those intending to use a sunbed to benefit skin conditions such as psoriasis or acne should seek medical advise before doing so. Superficial Hair Lightening No Description Available Swedish Massage Massage involves the application of pressure (by kneading, rubbing or traction) to help ease musculo-skeletal problems. Often used to relieve tension and stress, help relaxation, aid sleep and promote a general sense of well-being. T.E.N.S. Transcutaneous Electromagnetic Nerve Stimulators (TENS) are small electrical devices that can be used in sports therapy treatments. Tai-Chi Tai Chi is a series of postures, all of which are performed in a slow and continuous sequence. The Chinese typically practise Tai Chi in parks at dawn, as chi is believed to flow at its strongest at sunrise. Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) See Meridian Therapies Taping & Bandaging Adhesive tape or bandages are used to restrict or completely immobilize joint movement. Taping & Strapping Techniques Adhesive tape or non-adhesive straps are used to restrict or completely immobilize joint movement. Temporary Tattoos No Description Available Thai Foot Massage See Thai Massage Thai Hand Massage See Thai Massage Thai Herbal Compress Massage Thai Massage Thai massage is a vigorous treatment during which a typical routine will include deep stretches (often assisted with yoga-like postures), joint mobilisation and pressure work on various acupoints. Variants include Thai Foot and Thai Hand massage, which concentrate on those specific areas of the body. Thermal-Auricular Therapy (Ear candle) Also referred to as ‘Hopi Ear Candling’ this treatment involves inserting and lighting hollow candles (made primarily from linen, honey and herbs) into the client’s ears. When the candles have extinguished naturally, the client’s outer ear is massaged. Thought Field Therapy (TFT) See Meridian Therapies Thread Vein (removal of Wart, Moles, Veins, Skintags etc) Also known as ‘sclerotherapy’. This advanced beauty therapy treatment involves a chemical being injected into the offending veins. This has an immediate ‘blanching’ effect, but the long-term benefit of treatment is that it stops blood from flowing back through the veins, and so they ‘die off’ and are absorbed by the immune system. Threading An eastern technique of hair removal, the Therapist uses taut pieces of thread to form miniature lassoes around the unwanted hairs pulling them out of their follicles. Typically used to remove eyebrow and facial hair. Tibetan Acupressure Head Massage No Description Available Tibetan Ball Massage Tibetan Head Massage No Description Available Touch Therapy No Description Available Tui Na Massage Tui na is a relatively vigorous form of body massage that also works the acupoints, using rubbing, kneading and ‘rolling techniques. Clients stay fully clothed for treatments. Ultrasound Therapy Vertical Reflexology Involves working on the top of the foot to stimulate reflex points on the bottom of the foot, usually while the client is standing. Vibrational Therapy Waxing Hot or cool wax is applied to the hair using a spatula or special cartridge. The wax is then removed quickly either by hand (once cooled) or with linen strips. See Epilation Wig Making No Description Available Yoga Like Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Yoga is actually a ‘complete science of life’. In Yoga, physical exercises, known as ‘asanas’, are practised regularly. Each asana (or ‘steady post’) involves gentle stretching and deep, meditative breathing. The four main styles of Yoga are Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivananda and Viniyoga. Yoga Therapy Yoga for Children Children are lead through creative stories and exciting adventures that stimulate their imagination and help to maintain their natural flexibility. Zero Balancing What is unique about this particular energy balancing; treatment is that the Therapist pays particular attention to the bones and joints, as these areas of the body are believed to contain the deepest and strongest currents of energy. Zero Balancing is a gentle treatment during which the client is fully clothed. Zone Therapy No Description Available Animal Therapy – Reiki Animal Therapy – Aromatherapy Animal Therapy – Bowen Animal Therapy – Canine Bowen Animal Therapy – Canine Massage Animal Therapy – Shiatsu Animal Therapy – Massage Animal Therapy – Equine Aromatherapy Animal Therapy – Equine Massage „An equine masseur with sensitive fingers is worth her weight in gold”.* Manipulation of soft tissue, stretching and pressure-point work may increase a horse’s flexibility, enhance performance, disperse tension and minimise risk of injury. Regular sessions may also sweeten a horse’s temperament. *Mary Bromiley-renowned equine masseur. Animal Therapy – Equine Reiki Animal Therapy – Acupressure Basic Aromatherapy Aromatherapy is the use of plant essences to promote well-being. Essential oils can be applied to the skin through massage, added to bathing products or lotions, inhaled with steaming water or spread throughout a room by a diffuser. Aromatherapy may help to relax, improve mood, aid sleep, relieve tension and provide a sense of well-being. Therapists with a Basic Aromatherapy qualification are trained in a limited range of oils and to massage certain parts of the body, for example Upper Body or Lower Leg See also: Aromatherapy Basic Massage Massage involves the application of pressure (by kneading, rubbing or traction) to help ease musculo-skeletal problems. Often used to relieve tension and stress, help relaxation, aid sleep and promote a general sense of well-being Therapists with a Basic Massage qualification are trained to provide massage techniques to specific areas of the body only, for example, the scalp and head or lower arms and lower legs. See also: Body Massage Basic Reflexology Reflexology is based on the principle that reflex points on the feet are said to connect to corresponding areas throughout the body. In this way, the feet can be seen as a ‘map’ of the body. Reflexologists work on the reflexes with their thumbs and fingers in specialised massage techniques. Reflexology may help to relax, improve mood, aid sleep, relieve tension and provide a sense of well-being. Therapists with a Basic Reflexology qualification are trained to introductory level only. See also: Reflexology Head and Scalp Massage Treatments This register is intended for use by individual members of the public only. It should not be used by other companies for commercial purposes. If you are looking for a therapist in your area, practicing a particular treatment please click on the treatment titles below which will carry out the search automatically. The FHT Disciplinary Panel will deal with any complaints received regarding FHT Members including complaints that involve any breach of the Code of Ethics. These will be assessed and penalties may be administered against the FHT Member concerned. Treatment Description Activity Injuries The treatment of specific Sports or Activity injuries Acupressure Acupressure is similar to acupuncture, only without the use of needles. Instead, the therapist uses fingers, thumbs or knuckles to stimulate specific points (acupoints) along the body. This helps to restore the flow of ‘qi’ (energy); pronounced Chi; within the body. Acupuncture Acupuncture is just one aspect of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It works on the principal that ‘qi’ (Energy) flows through the body via channels known as ‘meridians’. An Acupuncturist stimulates specific ‘acupoints’ situated along the meridians with the use of fine needles. Acupuncture – Facial See Acupuncture Advanced Aromatherapy See Aromatherapy Advanced Clinical Sports Therapy See Sports Therapy Advanced Massage See Massage Advanced/enhanced massage techniques Advanced Nail Techniques See Manicure or Pedicure Advanced Neuro-Muscular Massage See Neuro-Muscular Therapy Advanced Reflexology See Reflexology Air Brushing See Fake Tan Alexander Technique This is largely concerned with teaching the client how to move and stand in a way that is anatomically correct. This helps to tackle areas of tension in the body that are often the result of poor habits that have developed over a number of years. Aromatherapy Aromatherapy in general is the use of aromatic plant extracts (essential oils) to improve health and emotional well-being and restore balance to the body. Most Aromatherapists will select a small number of essential oils whose properties will be of particular benefit to the client, and incorporate these into a full body massage. Clients may also be advised to use certain essential oils in the bath or a diffuser/vaporizer at home. Aromatherapy and Cancer Care See Aromatherapy Aromatherapy and Pregnancy See Aromatherapy Aromatherapy for Carers See Aromatherapy Aston Therapies An integrated therapy using massage, deep tissue work and movement Auricular Acupuncture See Acupuncture Auriculotherapy See Acupuncture Ayurvedic Technique Ayurveda is a complete healthcare system that originated in India some 3,000 years ago. It aims to restore or maintain balance in the body through detoxification, diet, exercise, herbs and various techniques that improve physical, mental and emotional health. Baby Massage Using a life-size doll, the therapist sits alongside the mother or father and teaches them how to gently massage their young baby. Baby Reflexology Baby Yoga Balinese Massage (Indonesian) A traditional Indonesian treatment handed down through the generations; which aims to change the ‘ life force energy’ from within by unblocking energy meridians. Deeply powerful, the stripping, draining and stimulating moves will rebalance and revive tired muscles, leaving you feeling relaxed, stress free and invigorated. An authentic blend of pure coconut oil and essential oils are used. Bharti Vyas Methods of Holistic Beauty Therapy Biodynamic Massage Biomagnet Therapy Biomagnetic therapy is similar to acupuncture, only specially-designed magnets are used instead of needles to stimulate certain acupoints and restore the body’s flow of qi (energy). This treatment may sometimes be used in conjunction with traditional acupuncture. Body Brushing & Exfoliation Body brushing/exfoliation improves blood circulation to the skin and helps to remove dead skin cells and other debris. Therapists may exfoliate the skin before carrying out another treatment, e.g. fake tan. A number of different body treatments now combine exfoliation and massage (e.g. Body Polish) Body Massage Massage involves the application of pressure (by kneading, rubbing or traction) to help ease musculo-skeletal problems. Often used to relieve tension and stress, help relaxation, aid sleep and promote a general sense of well-being. Body Talk BodyTalk is an energy re-balancing system combining the insights of Western medical expertise, acupuncture, applied Kinesiology, yoga, osteopathic and chiropractic philosophy. By using neuromuscular biofeedback on a relaxed arm, to provide answers to questions, it establishes the body’s priority requirements and it is said that the healing process begins. Body Works No Description Available Body Wraps There are numerous types of body wrap or inch-loss treatments available, most of which involve coating the client in a natural product (such as mineral-rich algae or mud) before applying bandages, foil or rubber to insulate the body and maximise mineral absorption. Borneo Massage Bowen Technique The Bowen Technique is a gentle, painless, holistic, remedial body therapy, based on the principle of `less is more` and consists of small precise moves on specific points of the body which are light and gentle. They can be used on anyone, young, or old. The Bowen ‘moves’ are organised into sets, with frequent and important pauses in between to give the body time to equilibrate. Bowen Vibromuscular Harmonisation No Description Available Boxercise No Description Available Breuss Spinal Massage Bridal Make Overs See Make-Up Buckwheat Massage Chelation Therapy Chi Exerciser Chinese Cupping Chinese cupping is a Traditional Chinese Medicine technique where the therapists places warm glass, metal, wood or bamboo cups in an up-turned position on specific acupoints,. Chinese Face Massage No Description Available Chinese Reflexology No Description Available Chirokinetic Therapy Circuit Training A circuit of exercises Colour Analysis It is said that everyone is best suited to spring, summer, autumn or winter shades depending on the colour of their skin, hair and eyes. Colour Therapy The Therapist may use a number of different techniques, including; visualisation; spectrum lamps; coloured crystals and silks; solarized water; coloured oils; and encouraging the client to eat foods of a particular colour. Combination Therapy No Description Available Cosmetic Ray Treatments No Description Available Counselling for a Therapy No Description Available Cranio Sacral Therapy A Cranio Sacral Therapist will use soft touch, mainly around the head area. Crystal Therapy Therapists will select crystals to meet the specific needs of the client. During treatment, the chosen crystals will then be placed; on the client’s body; in the client’s hand; or on the body’s seven different energy centres known as ‘chakras’. Crystal therapy may be incorporated into other complementary treatments, such as aromatherapy, acupuncture, reflexology and a range of other therapies. Daoyin Tao Daoyin Tao is a facial treatment that brings together ancient Chinese and modern Western massage techniques. A carefully selected blend of pure essential oils may be used to enhance the overall benefit of Daoyin Tao. Deep Oscillation Massage DEEP OSCILLATION® massage is low intensity, extremely low frequency electrostatic massage (5 – 250 Hz) that is applied through vinyl gloves and integrated into normal massage routines or via special hand held applicators that are moved in circular motions above the tissue. For the treatment, the patient holds a titanium neutral element loosely between the fingers and the therapist is connected by a pad adhered to the forearm. Deep Tissue Massage No Description Available Depilation The removal of the part of the hair above the skin e.g. depilatory creams. Dorn Method Dramatherapy No Description Available Ear Piercing No Description Available Ear Reflexology Electrical Body Treatments Most Body Electrical treatments aim to help the client lose weight or ‘re-contour’ their body. Treatments available include; vibratory treatment, electrical muscle stimulation; vacuum massage, high frequency; body galvanism; ultrasound and microcurrent. Electrolysis Essentially there are three different methods – the electrolysis method, short-wave diathermy, and the blend method. All three types, however, disrupt the hair follicle and prevent the growth of new hair. However the success of each method very much depends on the Therapist’s skill and accuracy. Emmett Technique The Emmett Technique uses a combination of direct pressure and gentle switches on specific muscle groups. Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) See Meridian Therapies Epilation Epilation can be defined as ‘the removal of body hair by forcible extraction’. Most methods are temporary or semi-permanent, though some have longer lasting effects than others (e.g. electrolysis) See Threading, Waxing, Sugaring, Electrolysis Exercise Advice The Therapist provides a tailor-made exercise programme for general fitness training, sports-specific training or rehabilitation. Exercise and Fitness Knowledge No Description Available Exercise to Music Group exercises conducted to music. Includes aerobics, step, spinning, aqua aerobics etc. Exercise for mothers with babies in buggies Eyelash Perming No Description Available Face & Body Painting See Make-Up Face/Neck/Shoulder Massage No Description Available Facial A deep cleansing treatment of the face, neck and shoulder which can involve; steam, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, masks, peels, and massage. Facial Electrical Most facial electrical treatments aim to improve the condition and appearance of the skin and combat various signs of ageing. Treatments available include; facial steaming; microdermabrasion; vacuum suction; muscle stimulation (faradic); micro current; lasers and IPL (Intense Pulse Light) machines. Facial Reflexology No Description Available Facial Rejuvenation No Description Available Fake Tan As concerns over UVR exposure and skin cancer continue to rise, more people are opting for a Fake Tan. The active ingredients in the majority of Fake Tans is a natural acid called ‘DHA’/ This is the same naturally occurring acid that turns the flesh of an apple brown once it has been exposed to air. Today Beauty Therapist can offer a wide range of fake tans, from ‘spray-ons’ to more conventional creams/lotions. Those clients opting for a spray-on tan will probably be required to exfoliate their skin prior to treatment and have little physical contact with the Therapist compared to those who choose a cream-based tan. Fashion/Photographic Make-up See Make-Up Feldenkrais Method Fitball Training Exercises are carried out using a heavy-duty, inflatable ball. This can be used for general fitness training, sports-specific training, or rehabilitation. Fitness Assessment The client is put through a number of basic tests and controlled exercises so that the Therapist can determine his or her physical and functional capabilities. Flower Remedies Flower essences are diluted extracts of various types of flowers and plants, similar in many ways to homeopathic remedies. Foot Massage Group Exercise No Description Available Gymnasium Based Exercise No Description Available Gyrotonics Hair Extensions Hairdressing Hand, Arm, Leg and Foot Acupressure Hands Free Reflexology Hands Free Chair Massage Hands Free Massage No Description Available Hand Reflexology This is the same as standard ‘foot’ reflexology, only using reflex points found on the hands. Some Therapists may work on corresponding reflex points on the hands and feet simultaneously to enhance treatment. Hawaiian Massage No Description Available Heat & Bath Treatments No Description Available Holistic Face & Body Reading No Description Available Holistic Facial Massage Holistic facial massage involves a range of massage movements, adapted to the client’s skin type and condition. It will also include the neck and shoulders. Holistic skincare has become increasingly popular, using natural products based on essential oils, botanicals, vitamins and anti-oxidents as an alternative to chemically based ingredients. Homeopathy Homeopaths take into account not only the symptoms and signs of the illness but consider the whole person, including their personality, temperament and physical make-up, when selecting suitable treatments. Hydrotherm No Description Available Hypnotherapy Hypnosis can be defined as ‘an altered state of consciousness’ or a ‘state of deep relaxation’. When someone is hypnotised they are more open to suggestion than under normal circumstance as there is direct access to the subconscious mind. Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to bring about therapeutic change and improve personal well-being (e.g. it may be used to help someone give up smoking or reduce stress-related inflammatory conditions such as asthma) Indian Head Massage Both a stimulating and relaxing treatment, Indian Head Massage concentrates on the face, scalp, shoulders, upper back and upper arms. Traditionally, oils are used to condition the hair, scalp and skin, but many clients in the West prefer to have a ‘dry’ treatment. Clients usually remain fully clothed. Therapists may include some ‘chakra’ energy work towards the end of the treatment. Indonesian Massage No Description Available Infra-Red Treatments No Description Available Interferential Therapy No Description Available Inversion Table No Description Available Iridology Iridology works on the theory that the iris (the coloured part of the eye) is a ‘map’ of the entire body. After the Iridologist has made a full analysis, using a torch and magnifier, the client will then be referred on to an appropriate Therapist or practitioner where necessary. Iris Mapping Consultation No Description Available Japanese Holistic Therapies No Description Available Jin Shin Jyutsu Like acupuncture, the underlying philosophy of Jin Shin Jyutsu is based upon qi (energy) running freely throughout the body. The Therapist gently holds different combinations of ‘Safety Energy Locks’ – similar to acupoints. Kinesiology Like acupuncture, Kinesiology works on the principle that certain organs, muscles and other body systems are linked together by different meridians, which are channels of energy or ‘qi’. If the kinesiologist detects an imbalance (e.g. weakness) in a particular muscle, then it is possible that the organ and/or other body systems linked to that particular muscle are also experiencing imbalance. Lash & Brow Treatments Includes Eyelash Perming, Eyebrow Shaping, Eyelash Tinting and Eyebrow Tinting. Lava Shell Therapy Lebed Method (Healthy Steps) No Description Available Light Dynamic Technique Light Heat Energy (LHE) No Description Available Light Therapy A lack of sunlight, particularly during the winter months, can have a very negative impact on the health and well-being of certain individuals, resulting in symptoms associated with a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD. A therapists uses exposure to bright light through the use of ‘light boxes’ and other devices that simulate natural sunlight. Make-Up People having wedding photographs and professional portraits taken may like the help of a professional Beauty Therapist, as it can be difficult to create a look that is natural yet ‘heavy’ enough to counteract the photographer’s flash. Some Beauty Therapists also have advanced training in face and body painting and special effects – ideal for children’s parties, fancy dress and amateur dramatics. Manicure As well as shaping, buffing and enamelling the hand nails, the Therapist will also work on the cuticles and perform a relaxing hand and arm massage as part of the treatment. Manual Lymphatic Drainage Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) differs from ordinary massage in that it is extremely gentle. Mask Therapy No Description Available Massage – Hand Massage Massage and Cancer Care Massage and Pregnancy No Description Available Massage in Schools Instructor For more information please visit http://www.massageinschools.com Massage with Aromatherapy Oil Blends See Massage and Aromatherapy Mechanical & Electrical Treatments No Description Available Media Make-Up See Make-Up Mendhi/Henna Body Art Henna is a natural product used traditionally to decorate Asian Brides, symbolising love, fertility and prosperity. A paste containing henna and natural oils is applied to the skin in an intricate design. Once the paste has hardened and been painlessly removed, a burgundy to dark-brown pattern is left on the skin. A Mendhi Henna design can last from one week up to a month depending on the level of care. Meridian Therapies Comprised of: Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) Be Set Free Fast (BSFF) Thought Field Therapy (TFT) These four are very similar in terms of their philosophy and general technique. Like Acupuncture, meridian therapies work on the principle that energy flows through the body along channels known as ‘meridians’. If this flow of energy becomes blocked or imbalanced in any way, the individual’s health and general well-being may be compromised. The therapist will gently touching or tapping on specific acupoints whilst the client focuses on his or her present problem. Metamorphic Technique British Naturopath and Reflexologist, Richard St John developed the Metamorphic Technique in the 1960’s. The Therapist, gently stimulates reflex points on the client’s feet, hands and head. Mind and Body Therapy Mind Detox Method Mindfulness Therapy Mongolian Massage Moxibustion Like acupuncture, Moxibustion is concerned with restoring the flow of ‘qi’ within the body. However, instead of using fine needles to redress any imbalances, Moxibustion involves applying heat to relevant acupoints. Acupuncture and Moxibustion are commonly used together. MTechnique The ‘M’ Technique is a method of gentle, structured touch, often used in hospices, by staff and volunteers, for those too fragile to receive conventional massage. The M Technique can be done on a clothed body or on single areas of the body, to produce relaxing effects. Myofascial Release Therapy Nail Art No Description Available Nail Extensions No Description Available Nail Technology No Description Available Naturopathy Naturopathy takes into account the physical, biochemical and psychological functions of the person within his or her environment. It comprises dietetics, hydrotherapy, manipulation, exercise, counselling, relaxation and a positive philosophy. Neck & Shoulder Massage See Massage Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) No Description Available Neurostructural Integration Technique No Description Available NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT) Nordic Walking Nutrition Advice Nutritional Advisors identify ways in which the client can improve his or her health and general well-being through diet. Following an in-depth consultation, the Therapist will discuss any possible nutritional deficiencies or food intolerances that the client may have; suggest appropriate tests (e.g. food allergy can indicate a medical condition); produce a special diet plan, include foods and supplements that will be of particular benefit to the client. Nutritional Therapy On Site Massage This refers to a form of massage that is carried out in a specially constructed chair, usually in the office environment. As the client remains clothed, pressure-point techniques – which involve applying pressure to concentrated areas – usually form a major part of the treatment. Oriental Body Balance Oriental Body Balance is a system of assessment, diagnosis & treatment. Diagnosis includes Questions & Answers; Muscle testing; Pulse & Tongue; Spine & joint evaluation; Palpation; Food intolerance testing. Treatment covers Foot & Ankle release; Tuina massage; Anmo Fu: Deep organ oil massage; Cranial balance; Qi Gung Therapy; Structural alignment Acupressure; Emotional & immune boosting exercises. Oriental Body Balance Anmo Fu Oriental Body Balance – Body Release Oriental Body Balance Cranial Balancing Oriental Body Balance Cupping Therapy Oriental Body Balance Fit 2 Therapy Oriental Body Balance Integrated Health Consultant Oriental Body Balance – Kore Therapy Oriental Body Balance – Musculo-skeletal screening Oriental Body Balance Pain Release Therapy Oriental Foot Massage Paraffin Wax Treatment The part of the body being treated is immersed or coated in warm paraffin wax and then wrapped in foil and towels to keep the area warm for as long as possible. Though usually included as part of a manicure or pedicure treatment to improve the skin and nails, paraffin wax treatments may also be used to soothe joints and increase joint mobility. Pedicure Shaping, and enamelling the toenails, removal of hard skin, cuticle work and a relaxing lower leg and foot massage. Personal Trainer The aim of a Personal Trainer is to provide a one-to-one service that will initially assess the client’s level of fitness before preparing a tailor-made fitness programme. The Trainer will teach and supervise the client whilst performing the agreed exercises on a regular basis, and adapt the fitness programme where necessary. Pilates Pilates improves the body’s posture and flexibility by toning the muscles, using slow and controlled movements to prevent injury. Correct postural alignment prior to any movements taking place during pilates sessions is key to the success of this technique. Polarity Therapy Posture Analysis The Therapist will assess the client’s current posture, body alignment, strength and flexibility. A number of corrective exercises will then be suggested to help combat existing aches and pains, reduce the likelihood of injury and increase the client’s general sense of well-being. Pulsing A style of massage where the limbs are shaken and pulled and the body and neck are gently rocked in a rhythmic motion. Pulsing is fun and fabulous to receive. QiGong Practised in China by millions of people every day, it combines meditation with a series of stances and slow movements, all of which are said to help qi flow freely throughout the body. It is used as both a preventative measure against illness and as means of self-healing. Raindrop Technique R.E.S.E.T. (Jaw Therapy) No Description Available Reflexology Reflexology is based on the principle that reflex points on the feet are connected to corresponding areas throughout the body. In this way, the feet can be seen as a ‘map’ of the body. Reflexologists work on the reflexes with their thumbs and fingers in specialised massage techniques. Reflexology and Pregnancy Reflexology For Cancer Care See Reflexology Reiki Reiki involves the Reiki Practitioner placing both hands on or above the client in specific positions. Reiki Teacher See Reiki Remedial Camouflage Remedial skin Camouflage involves the Therapist teaching clients how to blend and apply skin-coloured products to the skin in order to conceal a particular condition, such as: a birthmark; vitiligo; tattoos; scars; freckles; acne; or melasma. Remedial Exercise No Description Available Remedial Massage The Therapist will use various techniques to relieve pain and improve range of movement (ROM) and performance. Rossiter System Russian Honey Massage Sauna Seated Acupressure Massage This massage has the client sitting clothed in either an ergonomic massage chair or using a desktop massage unit. Seated Massage is relatively short in duration and the areas covered include the back, neck, shoulders, arms & hands, and scalp/head areas. Seated Massage This massage has the client sitting clothed in either an ergonomic massage chair or using a desktop massage unit. Seated Massage is relatively short in duration and the areas covered include the back, neck, shoulders, arms & hands, and scalp/head areas. Seichem & Reiki Seichem connects with the further elements of Reiki: Fire (transformation), Water (deep emotional healing) and Air (spiritual connection, link with the angelic realm), in addition to the Earth element of Reiki. It involves the Practitioner placing both hands on or above the client in specific positions. Seichem Teacher See Seichem Sekhem No Description Available Sekhem Teacher Semi Permanent Eye Lashes See Semi-Permanent Make-Up Semi Permanent Make-up Also known as ‘micro-pigmentation’ this procedure involves small amounts of pigment (colour) being placed into the skin using a technique that is similar to tattooing, only more refined. Some of the options available to the client include: lip liner, eyebrows, eyeliner and beauty spots. Semi-permanent make-up generally lasts between one and three years. Shiatsu Like acupuncture, shiatsu works on the principle that optimal health relies on qi (energy) flowing freely through the body. A shiatsu treatment involves the Therapist applying pressure to different parts of the body and may also use stretches. Clients remain fully clothed for treatment. Skeletal Balancing Skin Tag Removal No Description Available Slavic Massage No Description Available Sound Therapy Sound Therapists usesound specific pitches with various equipment including ‘singing bowls’ Spa Pool Includes Steam, Sauna, Aerated baths and whirlpools, flotation tanks/pool, thalassotherapy. Spinal Touch Therapy The Therapist assesses the posture of the client to determine whether there is a distortion of the spine and if the client’s centre of gravity is displaced (and if so, by how much). A number of light touch techniques are then used on key areas of the spine. Sports Event Massage No Description Available Sports Injuries No Description Available Sports Laser Therapy No Description Available Sports Massage A deeper tissue massage that has been developed to help athletes prepare and recover from training and competitions. Sports Therapy A generic term covering, Fitness assessment, sports massage, remedial massage, exercise advice, Fitball training, taping and strapping, TENS and Ultrasound. Stone Therapy This treatment uses hot and cold stones as part of full body massage routine. During the course of treatment, the stones are placed under and on top of the body, as well as pushed along the skin’s surface. Some Therapist’s may also incorporate hot or cold stones into other treatments such as Reflexology. Stone Therapy – Foot Stress Management No Description Available Sugaring A thick sugar paste is spread onto small areas of unwanted hair. An edge of the sugar is then teased up from the skin and the remainder pulled quickly off. See Epilation Sunbed Sunbeds have been used for many years as a way of producing or maintaining a tan. However as unprotected exposure to UV light can increase the risk of skin cancer in certain individuals, sunbeds should not be used excessively by: people under the age of 16; people who have a history of cancer (especially skin cancer); by people who have fair skin; white skin; freckles; moles or who burn easily. Those intending to use a sunbed to benefit skin conditions such as psoriasis or acne should seek medical advise before doing so. Superficial Hair Lightening No Description Available Swedish Massage Massage involves the application of pressure (by kneading, rubbing or traction) to help ease musculo-skeletal problems. Often used to relieve tension and stress, help relaxation, aid sleep and promote a general sense of well-being. T.E.N.S. Transcutaneous Electromagnetic Nerve Stimulators (TENS) are small electrical devices that can be used in sports therapy treatments. Tai-Chi Tai Chi is a series of postures, all of which are performed in a slow and continuous sequence. The Chinese typically practise Tai Chi in parks at dawn, as chi is believed to flow at its strongest at sunrise. Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) See Meridian Therapies Taping & Bandaging Adhesive tape or bandages are used to restrict or completely immobilize joint movement. Taping & Strapping Techniques Adhesive tape or non-adhesive straps are used to restrict or completely immobilize joint movement. Temporary Tattoos No Description Available Thai Foot Massage See Thai Massage Thai Hand Massage See Thai Massage Thai Herbal Compress Massage Thai Massage Thai massage is a vigorous treatment during which a typical routine will include deep stretches (often assisted with yoga-like postures), joint mobilisation and pressure work on various acupoints. Variants include Thai Foot and Thai Hand massage, which concentrate on those specific areas of the body. Thermal-Auricular Therapy (Ear candle) Also referred to as ‘Hopi Ear Candling’ this treatment involves inserting and lighting hollow candles (made primarily from linen, honey and herbs) into the client’s ears. When the candles have extinguished naturally, the client’s outer ear is massaged. Thought Field Therapy (TFT) See Meridian Therapies Thread Vein (removal of Wart, Moles, Veins, Skintags etc) Also known as ‘sclerotherapy’. This advanced beauty therapy treatment involves a chemical being injected into the offending veins. This has an immediate ‘blanching’ effect, but the long-term benefit of treatment is that it stops blood from flowing back through the veins, and so they ‘die off’ and are absorbed by the immune system. Threading An eastern technique of hair removal, the Therapist uses taut pieces of thread to form miniature lassoes around the unwanted hairs pulling them out of their follicles. Typically used to remove eyebrow and facial hair. Tibetan Acupressure Head Massage No Description Available Tibetan
  74. yloz
    28 Iunie, 2011 la 10:06 pm

    Hallo hello Ho hahhooo promitia de acum 15 ani !

    Multumesc pentru invitatie , abia astept sa va intalnesc .

    ZP

  75. Tarachiu Radita
    1 Iulie, 2011 la 11:55 am

    Multumesc mult!!! Asta era ideea!! Mi-ar fi placut sa intru in slujba studentilor sa le pot impartasi din experienta mea , dar acum asta este!! Ma reorientez!Ieri am sustinut si disertatia si pot spune ca am scapat de toate emotiile prin care am trecut!!! Acum ma pregatesc sa sustin un concurs pentru un post de Kinetoterapeut de aceea va rog frumos sa-mi trimiteti orice informatie pe neurologie pe care o aveti si care ma poate ajuta la concurs pe adresa de emaill pusastef@yahoo.com. Va multumesc foarte mult si va urez viata lunga si mult succes in activitate!!!

  76. 6 Aprilie, 2012 la 6:35 pm

    Buna Vali!
    Cautam pe net programul McKenzie, iar unul dintre linkuri m-a trimis pe blogul tau. Aici am gasit postat ca lucrai la acest program prin 2008. Te rog sa mi-l dai si mie daca l-ai incheiat sau eventual sa imi dai o sugestie unde as putea sa il gasesc. Multumesc mult de tot!
    Marian Tutu

  77. Valentin
    6 Aprilie, 2012 la 10:31 pm

    Mariane, te sfatuiesc cu caldura sa faci un curs sau pana atunci sa comanzi de pe internet cartile lui Robin. Au fost traduse in toate limbile. Mie imi place in mod special editia in italiana. Scrie-mi un mail si primesti automat teorie.

  78. 7 Aprilie, 2012 la 3:47 pm

    Multumesc mult de tot! Pe ce adresa te pot gasi?
    Eu am adunat ceva materiale de pe net, dar mai vreau..:D

  79. 30 Iulie, 2014 la 9:07 pm

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  80. Valentin
    30 Iulie, 2014 la 11:00 pm

    Please feel free to do it.

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