MBLEx Client Assessment Treatment Planning Practice Test 2020 [Massage Therapy Exam like ABMP, NCBTMB, AMTA Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx)]. This practice test is free and consists of 50 multiple choice question answers in a quiz form.
Note: The Actual full-length MBLEx Exam “Client Assessment Reassessment & Treatment Planning ” section consists of 17% questions with the following topics.
- A. Organization of a massage/bodywork session
- B. Client consultation and evaluation (Verbal intake, Health history form)
- C. Written data collection
- D. Visual assessment (General, Postural)
- E. Palpation assessment
- F. Range of motion assessment
- G. Clinical reasoning (Ability to rule out, contraindications, Client treatment goal setting, Evaluation of response to previous treatment, Formulation of treatment strategy
MBLEx Client Assessment Treatment Planning Practice Test 2020
The following question answers are just a sample test and not an actual test question. MBLEx Client Assessment Reassessment & Treatment Planning Practice Test is designed to test your knowledge and learn something new with the help of this quiz. At the end of the quiz, you can check your score and correct answers.
|Test Name||Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx)|
|Administrated by||Federation Of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB)|
|Purpose||Massage Therapy Exam & Certification|
|Practice Test Type||Client Assessment Reassessment & Treatment Planning Sample Test 1|
|Type of Question||Multiple-Choice (Quiz)|
|Printable PDF||coming soon|
Massage Therapy Exam Client Assessment Reassessment & Treatment Planning Test
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Massage & Bodywork Licensing Exam Test: will help you to prepare ABMP Exam (Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals (ABMP), National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB), AMTA (American Massage Therapy Association) and Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx).
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John’s client has requested a relaxation massage. Identify a treatment goal that John is likely to have, given this request.
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What is the primary goal of an effective treatment program?
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Tara has an appointment with a new client. Which is the proper sequence of events for her to follow in evaluation of the client?
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How does the massage therapist determine length of time of the treatment?
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What should the massage therapist avoid when testing range of motion on the lower extremity of a supine client?
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The initial intake primarily consists of two parts. What are they?
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A therapist identifies that a client exhibits pain when the left lumbar area is palpated. Where is this information recorded in the S.O.A.P. chart?
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Which of the following is included in a health history form?
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Why is it important to maintain SOAP notes for each client session?
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What type of information does the therapist directly assess during a palpation assessment?
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Informed consent as part of the initial intake is the client’s authorization for professional service by attending therapist. It must be:
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A massage therapist takes the history of a patient, performs a physical assessment to identify benefits of the treatment, and provides information for developing a care plan. What is all this called?
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Which of the following is the most important skill for a practitioner to use during the assessment phase of a session?
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A client tells a massage practitioner that he has been feeling pain low in the abdomen and often experiences painful urination, and asks the therapist’s opinion as to what the cause might be. What should the therapist respond?
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If a client has a very flat or minimal lordotic curve in the lumbar region, which muscle is most likely to be short/tight?
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During postural assessment, a forward head position is observed. Which technique could be used to assess for tender areas within the muscles resulting from this postural deviation?
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Which is used to devise an initial treatment plan with a new client?
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Which is true about information obtained during assessment?
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What should the massage therapist do when a client is not able to fill out an intake form?
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What is the next step, after completion of health history and assessment?
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When conducting the verbal portion of the client intake session, what kinds of questions are most likely to encourage conversation and yield the most beneficial information?
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Which of the following applies to the sexual preference of clients?
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Which of the following is not important aspect of assessment?
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Which of the following is used to determine a client’s chief complaint?
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Which is true about passive range of motion tests?
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Which nerve innervates the anterior compartment of the forearm and, when compressed at the wrist, can result in carpal tunnel syndrome?
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Eric has a client for whom accommodations for massage include side-laying or semi reclining position to assist ease of breathing. In addition, it is suggested that abdominal massage be avoided because of intestinal involvement of the disease. Which disease has the client been diagnosed with?
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What is the most important part of the client intake form?
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What are three primary components of treatment plan?
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When performing a postural assessment, which position should the client be in?
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A client reports that he/she did not sleep well and is fatigued. Where does the therapist record this information on the S.O.A.P. chart?
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What is the main purpose for conducting strength testing?
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Completion of the initial session should result in what, with both therapist and client input?
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Which four types of information are acquired during palpation assessment?
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Which of the following would not be necessary component of an informed consent document?
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In which ways can the client have the right to informed and voluntary consent for services?
Note: Written consent is required Texas.
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Care plan development is based on the information obtained during the needs assessment. It includes applicable benefits of bodywork, a general description of methodologies to be used, time frame, and what else?
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A client is reporting shooting pains in her shoulder and numbness down her arm. Which of the following questions is the most relevant followup?
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This is the evaluation of a client’s current condition and past experience in order to rule out contraindications and develop a treatment plan:
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Information the client gives the practitioner that is based on experience, opinion, and feeling is referred to as:!
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The informed consent document should contain:
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Points on the body used to determine postural deviations that are both at the same horizontal level are called:
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Whether a practitioner is performing a wellness massage or a therapeutic massage, the assessment begins with:!
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During general observations of the client, a therapist might gather information about:
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When massage is not expected to cure the pathology but is used to reduce some symptoms or improve the body’s ability to cope, it is categorized as:
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If a client is experiencing edema, her tissue will feel:
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If a client’s muscles feel like they are dissolving or falling away under pressure, this is a sign of:
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When palpating the muscles of the upper back, the most superficial muscle is the:
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In order to gradually relax the client’s body, it is best to palpate the muscles from:
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The practice of assessing a client’s tissues through touch is known as:
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