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  1. what is the cascade of techniques?
    1. sustained pressure (SP or strumming)

    2. assisting hand (direct - shorten/lengthen surrounding tissues, or indirect - shorten/lengthen body part)

    3. unlocking spiral

    4. associated oscillation (with assisting hand) or direct oscillation (with tx hand)

    5. tone reduction 

    6. FM (PROM, AROM, resistive)
  2. What are the components of soft tissue mobilization?
    1. skin and superficial fascia

    2. bony contours

    3. myofascial (play/tone)

    4. functional excursion (short/lengthen of myofascial and neurovascular tissues)
  3. What are the treatment/assessment strategies?
    1. skin and superficial fascia

    2. bony contours

    3. myofascial (play/tone)

    4. functional excursion (short/legthen of myofascial and neurovascular tissue)

    5. articular

    6. neuromuscular control (PNF)

    7. BET
  4. What is the sequence of the assessment of FM1 cervical spine?
    a. Superficial fascia cranium (ear pull/swallowing)

    • b. Temporalis (perpendicular strumming)
    • c. Masseter (jaw open/close. tongue on roof with deviation)

    d. Posterior and Submandibular structure

    e. Medial Pterygoid

    • f. Hyoid/larynx/thyroid/cricoid cartilage (humm vowels)
    • g. longus colli
    • h. anterior (TOS consideration), middle (long thoracic nerve consideration), posterior scalene 
    • i. AP c spine mobility (chin tuck/pelvic clock)
    • j. suboccipitals (eye motion)
    • k. Occipital Frontalis
    • l. Mastoid process (bony contour, mobility)
    • m. Posterior neck structures, articular pillars (interspinour ligament structures)
    • n. Upper trapezius
    • o. Levator scapula
    • p. deep cervical fascia 
    • p. Posterior superior serratus (C7 - T4 midline to rib 2 - 5)
    • q. First rib mobility (AP/PA/caudal mobility)
    • r. Upper extremity - thoracic outletconsiderations (UE general technique)
  5. What is the sequence of the FM1 POSTERIOR lumbar spine assessment?
    • 1. Superficial fascia
    • 2. Sacral Sulcus/coccyx
    • 3. Iliac crest
    • 4. Groove of lumbar spine
    • 5. Lower ribs
    • 6. Paraspinals(play, tone, functional excursion)
    • 7. External rotators
    • 8. Quadratus lumborum
    • 9. Pelvic mobility (side-lying)
    • 10. Neuromuscular control (side-lying)
    • 11. Thoracic ROM
  6. What is the sequence of the FM1 ANTERIOR lumbar spine assessment?
    • 1. Superficial fascia
    • 2. Umbilicus
    • 3. Lower border of rib cage
    • 4. Diaphragm
    • 5. Rectus abdominus
    • 6. Lateral abdominals
    • 7. Abdominal contents
    • 8. Iliacus
    • 9. Psoas
    • 10. Lower extremity ROM
    • 11. Anterior spine
  7. What is the sequence of the FM1 SIDE LYING lumbar spine assessment?
    1. Soft TissuesParaspinals, quadratus lumborum

    2. ArticulationsMobilization of Lumbar vertebra

    3. Pelvic PatternsNeuromuscular control
  8. What is the sequence of the FM1 POSTERIOR thoracic spine assessment?
    • 1. Superficial fascia
    • 2. Groove of the spine
    • 3. Paraspinals (play, tone, functional excursion)
    • 4. Ribs
    • 5. Borders of scapula
    • 6. Spine of scapula
    • 7. Infraspinatus
    • 8. Levators
    • 9. Upper trapezius
    • 10. Anterior serratus
  9. What is the sequence of the FM1 SIDELYING thoracic spine assessment?
    • 1.Rib mobility
    • 2. Scapula mobility
    • 3. Shoulder girdle control
  10. What is the sequence of the FM1 ANTERIOR thoracic spine assessment?
    • 1. Superficial fascia
    • 2. Sternum
    • 3. Sternocostal junction
    • 4. Clavicle (A/C and S/C joint)
    • 5. Subclavius
    • 6. Lower border of rib cage
    • 7. Breathing pattern
    • 8. Pectorals major
    • 9. Pectoralis minor
    • 10. Subscapularis
    • 11. Teres major
    • 12. Teres minor
    • 13. Latissimus
    • 14. Infraspinatus
    • 15. UE ROM
  11. What are the orders of the sequence in which lumbar spine is assessed in FM1 (pt position)?
    • 1. posterior
    • 2. anterior
    • 3. sidelying
  12. What are the orders of the sequence in which thoracic spine is assessed in FM1 (pt position)?
    • 1. posterior
    • 2. sidelying
    • 3. anterior

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