Review of FS1, MoPal & Biomechanics 4 FS2.

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Review of FS1, MoPal & Biomechanics 4 FS2.
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  1. FULL SPINE 1 STUFF...
  2. Where is the edema with a PI listing?
    PI = Superior edema.

    • EX: Middle.
    • AS: Inferior.
  3. What happens to the gluteal fold with an AS listing?
    • Higher gluteal fold.
    • PI: ilium lowers the gluteal fold.
    • IN: wider/flatter.
    • EX: narrower/rounder.
  4. EXAMPLE:
    Right SI Fixation.
    LL: short.
    Edema: top & middle.
    FF: R internal rotation.
    Glute: R lower.
    Ilium is narrow.

    Listing?
    PIEX on the right.
  5. In which plane do PI & AS corrections take place?
    Sagittal (flexion/extension).
  6. Which plane does torque occur in?
    Transverse (rotational) plane.
  7. Increased lordotic curve is also known as what, and compensates for what type of fixation?
    • HYPERlordosis.
    • PIEX compensation.
    • Decreased lordotic curve: hypolordosis.
    • ASIN compensation.
  8. NAME THE SCP:
    1. R ASIN with P4-R.
    2. R ASIN with P8-L.
    3. L ASIN with P8-L.
    4. L PIIN with P7-L.
    • 1. R acetabular ridge.
    • 2. R acetabular ridge.
    • 3. Sacrum (1/2 way between PSIS & S2).
    • 4. L inf/med aspect/ ilium.
  9. Most common disc herniation locations?
    • L5.
    • C5/C6 due to accidents.
  10. Which ligament prevents lateral flexion at L5?
    • Iliolumbar ligament.
    • PLL: in front of the spinal canal.
    • Ligamentum Flavum: back of the spinal canal.
  11. P Listing:
    • Primary: disc adhesion in the post. aspect.
    • Secondary: facet adhesions.
  12. What is the I-S LOD responsible for correcting?
    Facet displacement.
  13. Why are pushes hard to do in the upper lumbars?
    • Because the angle is so sharp.
    • LL has a 40* angle, it goes up from there.
  14. How do you know it's a rotatory listing?
    • SP rotation & open wedge are on opposite sides.
    • =contact mamillary.
    • More simply put: I = rotatory!
  15. Scoliosis:
    • Lateral deviation of the spine.
    • Increased Cobb Angle.
  16. Scoliosis examples:
    • 1. Left rotatory scoliosis.
    • SP's into concavity.
    • Contact mamillary.
    • 2. Left simple scoliosis.
    • SP's into convexity.
    • Contact SP.
  17. Scoliosis naming:
    • Scoliosis named for side of convexity.
    • Rotatory if SP in concavity.
  18. PR-M Listing (with a scoliosis):
    Draw... which kind of scoliosis?
    Simple or rotatory?
    SCP?
    LOD?
    Torque?
    • Left scoliosis.
    • C-curve opening to right w/ SP's towards the right.
    • Simple or rotatory: rotatory.
    • SCP: Left mamillary.
    • LOD: PA-IS-LR.
    • Torque: none.
  19. PL-M Listing (with a scoliosis):
    Draw... which kind of scoliosis?
    Simple or rotatory?
    SCP?
    LOD?
    Torque?
    • Right scoliosis.
    • C-curve opening to left w/ SP's towards the left.
    • Simple or rotatory: rotatory.
    • SCP: right mamillary.
    • LOD: PA-IS-RL.
    • Torque: none.
  20. Name the 2 instances which adjust a BP sacrum is in order.
    • 1. Grade 2 spondylo.
    • 2. Acute LB pain.
  21. Sacrum push:
    • ISD = hand up the spine.
    • ISU = hand toward the table.
  22. RULES FOR LISTINGS:
  23. The side the spinous rotates to the most ...
    is the side of fixation.
  24. The side the spinous laterally flexes to the most ...
    is the side of the open wedge.

    The side of lateral flexion restriction is the side of the fixation.

    The side of laterality is the side of the swollen joint capsule, which is the side of the open wedge.
  25. Atlas listings:
    the side of the swollen joint capsule is the side of fixation.

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