Massage Therapist Sample Business and Ethics Exam - Practice Test

Massage Business Sample Practice Test of 15 questions. Unlike the versions of our tests that are included with a paid subscription, this test cannot be automatically graded by clicking the button at the bottom of the page. With our paid subscription to Massage-Exam you get instant exam grading, rationale behind the correct answers, and a detailed exam tracking system.
Massage Business and Ethics Exam
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1. What should you do if you are traveling to another state for an extended period and you wish to practice massage while you are there?
  Contact the proper professional agencies dealing with licensing
  You have a license to practice in the city you are visiting from, so you just don't worry about it
  You will only be there a short time so you assume that you do not need permission
  It does not matter if you notify anyone you will only be there a short amount of time
 
2. Which of these is a reason for a suspension of your license?
  Being addicted to alcohol
  Practicing under an assumed name
  Having deceptive advertisements
  All of the above
 
3. What would be an example of professional ethics for a massage therapist?
  Keeping nails short
  Wearing appropriate clothing for your profession
  Being honest and confidential with client information
  Getting a complete physical examination prior to practicing
 
4. You are required as an independent contractor to:
  File a schedule K
  File quarterly estimated taxes
  File taxes at the end of the year
  You don't have to worry about filing as an independent contractor
 
5. What defines the rights of an occupation and the acceptable activities allowed within the profession?
  The AMTA
  The NCTMB
  Individual State laws
  The scope of practice
 
6. The first rule of massage:
  The client is always right
  Do no harm
  Obtain fees before massage begins
  Never perform a free massage
 
7. In case a client sues, what type of insurance do MT's buy to cover their work?
  Liability
  Homeowner
  Business
  Malpractice
 
8. What schedule form do you file if you have a business partner?
  1040 SL
  1040 EZ
  D
  K
 
9. When draping in a massage you always cover the:
  Pelvic area
  Chest
  Stomach
  Feet
 
10. A client's medical record or health intake and soap forms can only be released:
  When the client's insurance company requests a copy
  When the attorney calls to get it faxed
  When the client signs a release form
  When there is a verbal release given on the phone
 
11. Which is an example of practicing good business ethics?
  Showering every day
  Keeping nails and hands clean
  Being honest and confidential
  Wearing appropriate clothing
 
12. _______ contains educational and ethical standards for your profession.
  The laws
  The scope of practice
  A business plan
  The AMTA
 
13. It is important for truth in advertising in all the following except:
  Quarterly taxes
  Referrals
  Repeat business
  Professional integrity
 
14. The ___________________ ethical code would be violated if you left a chart open on the counter.
  Professional practice
  Confidentiality
  Conduct
  Behavior
 
15. A new client comes to you requesting a full hour massage on his back, what should you do?
  Agree to their request, but massage other hypertonic sections as well
  Inform them that you will always massage the whole body and to find another therapist
  Honor their request
  Inform them of the benefits of a full body massage and talk him into one
 

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