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what is the purpose of active resisted ROM
to assess muscle strength
what is bursitis?
- inflamation of the bursa, overuse, trauma, infection, and other pathologies,
- bursa reduces friction bt tendons and bones
what technique can we use for tendonitis
frictions and stretching
what is tenovaginitis
inflamation of the tendon sheat
what we do for fibrous tissue
more aggresive techniques, fricction and stretching with ice
what is an axial condition
scoliosis with winging scapulas
what is hyperlordosis
anterior pelvic tilt w excesive curve in the lumabar region
what is spondylosis and what we do for it?
bones start to fuse and we lengthen the spine
what TOS do?
compress the brachial plexus, numbness, pronator teres, compresses median nerve, tingling in fingers, pec minor
what common pain syndrome affects the hip?
- sciatica, piriformis symdrome,
- pain will be feel in your back and hamstrings
what is a terrible triad
anterior cruciate, medial collateral medial meniscus
what is a very common headache muscle
rectus capitis posterior minor
most common kind of sprain to the ankle
where does platar facitis hurt ?
- bottom of the feet, along medial soleus
- pain is present in the mornig, whe Cx has no shoes. or after periods of sitting
what we do for sinus headache?
shoulders work, heat to promote drainage, may have a chronic migranes cool to forhead
whar is the MC for cardiovascular problem?
what kind of stokes with hypertension
- short strokes
- proximal to distal
- never long strokes
what will you see on the body with congestive heart failure?
swelling, pitting edema
where do CNS disorders occur?
brain and spinal cord
what hemiplegia look like in the body?
- stoke occurs on the left side of the body
- other side will be tight with flaccid paralysis
what is paraplegia
- paralysis of the lower extremitis (legs)
- often bcz of trauma on the spinal cord
what is MS
- multiple sclerosis
- scarring of the myellinn sheath
what is polio from?
- contaminated water
- viral infection affecting the motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain stem
what you can do for polio
ROM & maintain tissue health
how is arthritis clasified?
- inflamatory or not
- flare up or remision time
what is osteoarthritis?
- chronic, degenerative conditions, affect joints, specifically articular cartilage (hyaline cartilage) and subchondral bone
- The cartilage covering bones (articular cartilage) is thinned, eventually completely worn out, resulting in a "bone against bone" joint, reduced motion and pain. Ost, affects the joints exposed to high stress and is therefore considered the result of "wear and tear" rather than a true disease
what is chronic fatigue syndrome?
- persisten fatigue, reduces activity levels for a least six months
- muscle pain with no exertion (effort, use)
what we do for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? CFS
mostly relaxation massage
how do they determine when you have a certain syndrome?
only when you have a certain number of the criteria for that syndrome
whit prescription from a doctor what problem do you treat?
only that problem
during the stretch phase do you inhale or exhale
if you are massaging and feel a lump in the axila area, what you should do
discontinue the massage and recomend to visit the MD
how do you treat a edema in the upper limbs
- proximal distal proximal
- Lymphatic drainage
what technique you can do over the spine?
if you see cramping in the leg what you may find?
edema in the ankles
wich stroke moves tissue under skin but not skin it self ?
if someone has a pain in the hands, what will be the goal?
incrase ability to open jars
in wich direction would you massage the scalenes?
down and away from the spine
how long you keep the records for Cx
Cx comes to you after 30 min of work out what you will do?
light, quick swedish
Cx is HIV positive how you arrange the room
warm, low lights,
what kind of statment breaks confidenciality
he is 35 and work for IBM doing research
what will passive ROM applied for a prolonged time do
activate the antagonist muscle
what is release with heavy tapotement
if a Cx had a surgery on the linea alba a week ago wich Tx is the best?
lymphatic drainage and effleurage
client reach you and touches your leg what you will do?
clarify intencion of the Cx
what is passive ROM for
- discover contractures
- evaluate flexivility
- muscle strenght
waht is palpation for
asses o locate affected injury areas asses skin temperature ans spinal aligments
how you will treat an adhesion on a muscle belly
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