Full Spine 1

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Full Spine 1
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  1. What muscles will be tight on the side of atlas laterality?
    • Levator scapula
    • Intertransversarii
  2. What muscles will be tight on the side opposite atlas laterality?
    Superior oblique
  3. What muscles will be tight on the side of anterior rotation of atlas?
    • Superior oblique
    • SCM
    • Inferior oblique
    • Splenius cervicis
  4. What muscles will be tight on the side of posterior rotation of atlas?
    • Semi-spinalis capitus
    • Splenius capitus
    • RCP major
  5. What muslce will be tight when atlas is superior?
    RCP minor
  6. What muscles will be tight on the side of occiput laterality?
    • SCM
    • Superior oblique
  7. What muscles will be tight on the side opposite occiput laterality?
    • Levator scapula
    • Intertransversarii
  8. What muscles will be tight on the side opposite C2 rotation?
    • Anterior scalene
    • RCP major
    • Inferior oblique
  9. What muscles will be tight on the side opposite C3 to C7 rotation?
    • Anterior scalenes
    • Rotators and multifidi
  10. For PRS or PLS listings which contact is prefered? Why?
    SP contact, to avoid aggrevating the disc
  11. For PRI or PLI listings what contact is prefered?
    LPJ contact
  12. What do each of the following indicate about vertebral position:
    1. Extension mal position
    2. Right rotation mal position
    3. Right lateral flexion mal position
    • 1. Posterior
    • 2. Left
    • 3. Superior on the left
    • PLS (mal position refers to the position of the body)
  13. Where is the support hand for prone cervical move?
    Thenar contact on mastoid, press down and superior
  14. Where is the support hand for all supine cervical moves?
    Index finger on back of occiput, cup ear
  15. What is the tissue pull and line of drive for the prone cervical move?
    • SP to LPJ
    • P to A, I to S, L to M
  16. What is the line of correction for the supine cervical move, LPJ contact?
    • Mainly P to A, some I to S (not critical)
    • Perpendicular to table, parallel with ground
  17. What is the line of correction for the supine cervical move, SP contact?
    • A to P, L to M
    • Toward center of head piece
  18. What is the line of correction for the lateral atlas adjustment?
    • L to M, S to I
    • To top of shoulder
  19. What is the line of drive for the posterior atlas adjustment?
    • P to A, S to I, L to M
    • To top of armpit
  20. Where does cavitation occur for the occiput adjustment?
    On the inferior side
  21. Where is the support hand for the occiput adjustment?
    Cups the zygomatic arch, index finger grabs occiput, thrust is I to S
  22. What are the two contacts for the adjusting hand in the occiput adjustment?
    • Thenar on superior part of zygomatic arch
    • Pisiform on mastoid (fingers pull down on head)
  23. Wat is the line of drive for diversified occiput adjustment?
    L to M, S to I

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