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What are the contraindications for facial massage?

What are the contraindications for facial massage?

Contraindications that could RESTRICT a facial treatment: The following conditions are contraindications that will not necessarily stop the treatment from taking place but they may mean that the treatment is restricted or may have to be adapted: Cuts/abrasions/broken skin,Bruises or swelling, Recent scar tissue (less …

When should you not massage an injury?

Acute Injury- Acute injuries may be the result of a fall, an automobile collision, or even a sport mishap and are often accompanied by pain or tenderness, redness, swelling, and/or inflammation. Massage should be avoided for at least the first two days (48 hours) following an acute injury.

Why massage should not be given immediately following injury?

The risk of further injury or increased pain also scares people away from receiving treatments immediately following an injury.

Does massage promote healing?

During a massage, healing is increased to help repair the damaged muscle. Whilst repairing the muscle, surrounding muscles are encouraged to loosen and relax, relieving muscle tightness and tension. The relief of muscle tightness and tension reduces pain and stress and increases physical and mental relaxation.

What contraindications mean?

Anything (including a symptom or medical condition) that is a reason for a person to not receive a particular treatment or procedure because it may be harmful. For example, having a bleeding disorder is a contraindication for taking aspirin because treatment with aspirin may cause excess bleeding.

What are the side effects of Tigan injections?

The injectable form of Tigan® is contraindicated in pediatric patients and in patients with known hypersensitivity to trimethobenzamide. Tigan® may produce drowsiness. Patients should not operate motor vehicles or other dangerous machinery until their individual responses have been determined.

Are there any absolute contraindications to massage therapy?

Contraindications are certain conditions that a person may have that could be aggravated by the application of Massage Therapy. Although certain conditions may be absolute contraindications, there may be cases where massage can be applied, provided a doctor’s approval has been attained and the massage treatment has been adjusted.

What kind of drug interactions are there with Tigan?

Concomitant use of other drugs that cause CNS depression or EPS symptoms (e.g., alcohol, sedatives, hypnotics, opiates, anxiolytics, antipsychotics, and anticholinergics) may increase this effect. Either Tigan or the other interacting drug should be chosen, depending on the importance of the drug to the patient [ Drug Interactions (7.1, 7.2) ].

Are there any CNS symptoms associated with Tigan?

EPS and other CNS symptoms which can occur in patients treated with Tigan may be confused with CNS signs of undiagnosed primary disease (e.g., encephalopathy, metabolic imbalance, Reye’s syndrome) [see Warnings and Precautions (5.1, 5.3) ]. If CNS symptoms occur, evaluate the risks and benefits of continuing Tigan for each patient.