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2011-02-13 22:47:12
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Toggle listings, side posture and knee chest, as taught at Sherman
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  1. ASR/ASL
    AIR/AIL
    Side posture
    • Contact: lateral part of transverse process
    • Pivot: moderate
    • Hands: Ear
    • Tissue pull: slightly P-A, S-I
    • LOD: L-M, slightly S-I
  2. ASRP/AIRP
    ASLP/AILP
    Side posture
    • Contact: Transverse process (posterosuperior part)
    • Pivot: Strong
    • Hands: EOP
    • Tissue pull: strongly P-A, S-I
    • LOD: L-M, slightly S-I, P-A
  3. ASRA/ASLA
    AIRA/AILA
    Side posture
    • Contact: Transverse process (anterosuperior)
    • Pivot: Slight
    • Hands: Zygomatic arch
    • Tissue pull: A-P, S-I
    • LOD: L-M, slightly S-I, A-P
  4. ASRA/ASLA
    Knee chest
    • Contact: Midpoint of inferior aspect of posterior arch
    • Pivot: 45
    • Hands: Shoulder
    • Tissue push: I-S, A-P
    • LOD: L-M, I-S, A-P
  5. ASR/ASL
    Knee chest
    • Contact: Inferior aspect of posterior arch, 1 finger lateral to midpoint
    • Pivot: 30
    • Hands: Anterior neck
    • Tissue pull: S-I, slightly P-A
    • LOD: L-M, slightly I-S, slightly A-P
  6. ASRP/ASLP
    Knee chest
    • Contact: Inferior aspect of posterior arch, 2 fingers lateral to midpoint
    • Pivot: Slight
    • Tissue pull: S-I, P-A
    • LOD: L-M, P-A, slightly I-S
  7. What muscles indicate Cl laterality?
    • Levator scapulae (same side)
    • Intertransversarii (same side)
    • Superior oblique (opposite)
  8. What muscles indicate C1 anterior rotation?
    • Superior oblique
    • Inferior oblique
    • Splenius cervicis
    • SCM
  9. What muscles indicate C1 posterior rotation?
    • Splenius capitus
    • Semi-spinalis capitus
    • RCP major
  10. What muscles indicate C1 superiority?
    RCP minor
  11. What muscles indicate C2 rotation?
    • Scalenus medius (same side as body)
    • Splenius cervicis (opposite body)
    • RCP major (opposite SP)
    • Inferior oblique (opposite SP)
  12. Superior oblique
    • Occiput to C1 TP
    • Isolate with resistance to head rotation
    • Tight opposite laterality of C1
    • Tight on side of anterior rotation of C1
  13. Splenius/semi-spinalis capitus
    • Splenius - occiput to C7 to T3 SP
    • Semi-spinalis - occiput to C4 to C6 articulations
    • Tight on side of posterior rotation of C1
    • Isolate with head extension and rotation
  14. RCP minor
    • Occiput to C1 posterior tubercle
    • Tight with C1 superiority
    • Isolate by sniffing
  15. RCP major
    • Occiput to C2 SP
    • Tight on side of posterior rotation of C1
    • Tight opposite C2 SP
    • Isolate with head extension and rotation
  16. Inferior oblique
    • C1 TP to C2 SP
    • Tight on side of anterior rotation of C1
    • Tight opposite of C2 SP
    • Isolate with resistance to head rotation
  17. SCM
    • Mastoid to sternoclavicular joint
    • Tight on side of anterior rotation of C1
    • Isolate with flexion and head rotation
  18. Intertransversarii
    • C1 TP to C2 TP
    • Tight on side of laterality
  19. Levator scapulae
    • C1 to C4 TPs to medial border of scapula
    • Tight on side of C1 laterality
    • Isolate by shrugging shoulders
  20. Splenius cervicis
    • C1 to C4 TPs to T3 to T7 SPs
    • Tight on side of anterior rotation
    • Tight opposite C2 SP
    • Isolate with resistance to head extension or rotation
  21. Scalenus medius
    • C2 to C7 TPs to first rib
    • Tight on side of C2 body
    • Isolate with sustained deep breath

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