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  1. if scoliosis is present- contact the side of ___:
    open wedge
  2. fixed=
    segment is stuck
  3. restricted/decreased=
    segment cant move there
  4. Increased interspinous space between the involved segment and the sement below with decreased interspinous space between the involved segment and the segment above=
    flexion malposition
  5. Decreased motion or segmental fixation
  6. loosened motor unit:
  7. Abberant motion is a segment that moves in a manner ____:
    inconsistent wiht their corresponding area.
  8. In gonstead listings the second letter refers to:
    the spinous rotation= R or L
  9. in gonstead the 3rd letter refers to:
    lateral flexion or wedging either S or I
  10. National listing first letter refers to:
    body rotation (R or L)
  11. National body listing 2nd letter refers to:
    posteriority (always P)
  12. the third letter in national body listings is refering to:
    lateral flexion/open wedgeing
  13. Convert gonstead PRS listing into a National listing:
  14. The PI ilium as seen off an xray demonstrates what:
    low femur head, anterior sacrum, longer innominate, larger obturator, increased lordosis
  15. PI ilium palpates:
    spongy edema at posterior superior margin of SI jt.
  16. AS ilium as seen of xray demonstrates what:
    higher femur head, posterior sacrum, shorter innominate, smaller obturator, decreased lumbar lordosis
  17. AS ilium palpates:
    spongy edema at posterior inferior margin of SI jt
  18. IN ilium as seen off xray demonstrates:
    increased width of ilium (wider), narrob obturator, decreased anterior curve, raised femur head
  19. IN ilium as visualized on patient:
    causes the foot to diverge away from midline (foot flair, toe out, EX rotation)
  20. EX ilium as seen off xray demonstrates:
    decreased width producing a narrow ilium, increased width of the obturator, anterior lumbar curve increased, lowered femur head
  21. EX ilium as visualized on a patient:
    causes the foot to diverge toward the midline (toe in, internal rotation)
  22. Lovette positive classification: AI sacrum is on the side of the :
    PI ilium (short leg)
  23. Lovette positive classification: spinouses deviate ___
    away from convexity
  24. 6 absolute contraindications for adjusting:
    malingnancy, tumor, infection, fracture, AAA, recent surgery
  25. 6 relative contraindications for adjusting:
    osteoporosis, spondylo, RA, cardiovascular predisposing factors, congenital anomalies, acute spastic muscle region
  26. what is facilitated/hypertonic in Upper Crossed syndrome?
    Levators, pec major, upper traps, SCM, scalenes, suboccipitals~ stretch these!
  27. what is inhibited/lengthened in Upper crossed syndrome?
    Rhomboids, Lower/middle traps, serratus, teres minor, longus coli/capitus~ strengthen these!
  28. Open chain exercises involve that the hand and foot is:
    free to move.
  29. example of open chain exercises:
    bench press, biceps curl, leg extension
  30. closed chain exercises involve that the hand and foot:
    cannot move
  31. closed chain exercise examples:
    pushups, pull-ups, squats, lunges
  32. Cervical facets are in the ___ plane & perform ___ motion.
    transverse, rotation
  33. Thoracic facets are in the ___ plane & perform___ motion.
    coronal, lateral flexion
  34. Lumbar facets are in the __ facet & perform ___ motion.
    sagital, F/Ext.
  35. Lumbosacral facets are in the ___ plane & perform ___motion.
    coronal, LF
  36. Coupled motion in the cervical and T1-T6: Spinous process' rotate__________ and vertebral bodies rotate _______.
    into the convexity, into concavity
  37. Coupled motion in T7- lumbars: spinous process' rotate _______ and vertebral bodies rotate ______.
    rotate into concavity, rotate into convexity
  38. The thyroid cartilage is located at what landmark:
    C4, C5
  39. The cricoid cartilage is located at:
  40. The Carotid tubercle is located at the level of:
  41. The last moveable segment is:
  42. Vertebral prominens in 70% of people is:
  43. The spine of the scapula is located at the level of:
  44. the inferior angle of the scapula is located at __ when lying down, and __ when seated.
    T6, T7 (think 7-up, t7 when sitting up).
  45. the umbilicus is located at the level of:
  46. patients w lateral disc protrusions, the patient leans to toward the ______ side of the sciatica to alleviate pain.
    Also this patient will have a positive kemp's side to the ___ side of pain.
    Opposite, same
  47. patients with a medial disc protrusion, the patient leans toward the ___ side of the sciatic pain to alleviate pain.
    Also this patient will have a positive kemps to the ____side of pain.
    Same, opposite
  48. MC type of disc bulge is:
    posterior aspect
  49. the sacrum drops ant/inf on Left, L5 spinous will do what?
    rotate to the R
  50. to correct a hyperlordosis in Lumbar spine stretch ____, strengthen ____
    iliopsoas, abs
  51. cervical facets are in the ___ plane, while lumbar facets are in the ___ plane.
    transverse, sagital
  52. Lumbar segment fixated in R lateral flexion w/ R body rotaiton, w/ R convexity: Listing and contact?
    PLI, Contact R mammillary
  53. PRS: restricted _ rotation and Fixated _ LF
    R, L
  54. Doc on the Right side of the prone patient, on T6 transverse process with clockwise torque. What is the listing?
  55. LOD on prone patient with L sp rotation and L wedge:
  56. LOD on a prone patient: doctor is on the R side, contacting the R side of spinous process for single hand move on T6 is:
  57. Pt is L side up, R hand digital contact pulling spinous R to L with a counter-clockwise torque. What is the listing?
  58. Segment is fixed in L rotation, L Lateral bending: listing is what? (gonstead and national listing)
    PR- gonstead listing, LP- national body listing
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2011-08-22 01:32:29
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