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  1. What is the most difficult motion in regards to chiropractic?
    coupled motion
  2. During improper loading, what is the part to cause pain?
    facets
  3. Patient involved in hyperextension, hyperflexion(whiplash) accident
    degenerative changes
  4. Part not included in subluxation complex
    IVF encroachment
  5. Technique involving flex/ext lock
    Pierce
  6. Why traction doesn’t work
    muscular tensile load
  7. Type of fracture
    trabeculae fracture
  8. Most important factor involving state of disc and injury
    state of degeneration
  9. Joint play importance
    integrity
  10. When joint can go past neutral zone
    Hypermobility
  11. System that anticipates changes
    neural system
  12. Most important thing to have patient strengthen
    local muscles
  13. C0-C1 motion involves

    a. Flex and extend
    b. Nodding
    c. All the above
    c. All the above
  14. The type of testing that should be done for each individual patient
    Provocation testing
  15. Movement is
    multiplanar
  16. A 72 year old female patient has had a stroke, which adjusting technique would provide the greatest risk for additional complications in this patient?

    A. Palmer upper cervical
    B. Diversified Cervical
    C. Thompson
    D. Gonstead
    B. Diversified Cervical
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Which of the following recruits all of the soft tissues?

    a. rotational loads
    b. bending
    c. twisting

    d. compression

    d. compression
  18. When IV disc is placed under axial compression, which of the following structures is most likely to fail first?

    A. annulus fibrosus
    B. nucleus pulposus
    C. vertebral end plate
    D. sharpeys fibers
    C. vertebral end plate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. In spinal stability the portion of ROM near the end is called?

    A. neutral zone
    B. elastic zone
    C. active zone
    D. passive zone
    B. elastic zone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Which of the following is the mechanism most likely to cause injury in a flexed
    position when lifting?

    A. torsion
    B. compression
    C. distraction
    D. shear
    D. shear
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Which of the following is the primary motion of the CO- C1 articulation?

    A. both a and b
    B. nodding
    C. flexion/extension
    D. none
    A. both a and b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Mechanical advantage in delivery of a chiropractic adjustment is best described by which of the following?

    A. patient position
    B. patient compliance
    C. line of correction
    D. leverage
    D. leverage
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Which of the following structures when improperly loaded is most likely to cause?
    pain in your patient?

    A. facets
    B. intervertebral disc
    C. vertebral end plate
    d. all of the above
    C. vertebral end plate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. Which of the following motions is the IV disc is least likely suited to perform?

    A. flexion
    B. extension
    C. lateral bending
    D. twisting/rotation
    D. twisting/rotation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. The force on the lumbar disc is?
    3 to 4 times greater
  26. What techniques should you avoid as a chiropractor if there is a history of stroke in a patient?
    Diversified cervical or Gonstead Cervical chair
  27. What is the type of testing that should be done for each patient?
    Provocation Testing
  28. Why don’t patients comply?
    Patient education
  29. Spinal stability, Large internal resistance?
    Elastic
  30. What strucutres that provide extra support around the IV disc?
    anterior/posterior ligaments
  31. What xray analysis technique uses looking at one area affects the whole body?
    Grostic
  32. What produces motion/jioint disfunction?
    improper joint play
  33. What does trabicullar mean?
    Likely to fracture, spider web, spongy bone, pillars, bridging, space will fracture
  34. What test do you use to determine leg check imbalance?
    Trendelnbergs or Deerfield
  35. What is the long term effect of joint play?
    degnerative changes
  36. What points to an upper cervical problem?
    Ears are not level with the horizon
  37. What is the listing for Ttrendelberg positive on right, right toe flared out and Deerfield positive right?
    PIIN
  38. Which technique does extension/flexion lock?
    Pierce
  39. What reduces disc herniation?
    uncinate processes
  40. Which system must function in coordination for proper spinal stablitiy?
    bone, ligament, nerve together/osteo ligaments and motor control
  41. Up to 50% rotational motion?
    C1/C2 around the dens
  42. What prevents shear when lifting in patient?
    squat down, toes near, keep close to you
  43. What supports tissue?
    compressive load
  44. Which of the following describes angular motion of annulus fibrosis orientation?
    120 degrees
  45. Aberanat motion at c0/c1/c2?
    transverse ligament
  46. Aberant motion at atlas only requires on cartersian?
    Rotation, Atlas
  47. Concerning spinal loading, What tools are used to determine subluxation?
    science
  48. Most important in spinal motor unit, spinal stability?
    axis coordination of all muscles
  49. What does biomechanical spinal subluxation master?
    ART
  50. What is the most cost effective method of patient education?
    talking touch
  51. Z-joints as a whole do what?
    restrict/constrict by 1/3 or 1/6 but none at c0/c1
  52. Intervertebral disks expends more ?
    when the weight of the trunk is not on the disc
  53. What provides the most damage to the intervertebral disc?
    Increase height of disk
  54. What kind of motions are the intervertebral disc best suited for?
    Vertical straight compression loads
  55. What is the most difficult motion in regards to chiropractic?
    -coupled motion
  56. During improper loading, what is the part to cause pain?
    -facets
  57. Patient involved in hyperextension, hyperflexion(whiplash) accident
    -degenerative changes
  58. Part not included in subluxation complex
    -IVF encroachment
  59. Technique involving flex/ext lock
    -Pierce
  60. Why traction doesn’t work
    -muscular tensile load
  61. Type of fracture
    -trabeculae fracture
  62. Most important factor involving state of disc and injury
    -state of degeneration
  63. Joint play importance
    -integrity
  64. When joint can go past neutral zone
    -Hypermobility
  65. System that anticipates changes
    -neural system
  66. Most important thing to have patient strengthen
    -local muscles
  67. C0-C1 motion involves
    a. Flex and extend
    b. Nodding
    c. All the above
    c. All the above
  68. The type of testing that should be done for each individual patient
    -Provocation testing
  69. Movement is
    -multiplanar
  70. A 72 year old female patient has had a stroke, which adjusting technique would provide the greatest risk for additional complications in this patient?

    A. Palmer upper cervical
    B. Gonstead
    C. Thompson
    D. Diversified Cervical
    D. Diversified Cervical
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  71. Which of the following recruits all of the soft tissues?

    A. twisting
    B. rotational loads
    C. bending
    D. compression
    D. compression
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  72. Which of the following structures when improperly loaded is most likely to cause? pain in your patient?

    A. intervertebral disc
    B. vertebral end plate
    C. facets
    d. all of the above
    B. vertebral end plate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. In spinal stability the portion of ROM near the end is called?

    A. passive zone
    B. neutral zone
    C. active zone
    D. elastic zone
    D. elastic zone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. Which of the following is the mechanism most likely to cause injury in a flexed position when lifting?

    A. distraction
    B. shear
    C. torsion
    D. compression
    B. shear
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  75. Which of the following is the primary motion of the CO- C1 articulation?

    A. none
    B. nodding
    C. flexion/extension
    D. both a and b
    D. both a and b
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  76. Mechanical advantage in delivery of a chiropractic adjustment is best described by which of the following?

    A. leverage
    B. patient compliance
    C. line of correction
    D. patient position
    A. leverage
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  77. Which of the following structures when improperly loaded is most likely to cause? pain in your patient?

    A. intervertebral disc
    B. vertebral end plate
    C. facets
    d. all of the above
    B. vertebral end plate
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  78. Which of the following motions is the IV disc is least likely suited to perform?

    A. twisting/rotation
    B. extension
    C. lateral bending
    D. flexion
    A. twisting/rotation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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