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NWHSU PnP 3 Final

NWHSU P and P 3 Final Mash

pressure related to sacrum basic or logan
Hugh B. Logan Basic Technique
low amplitude low force to correct low side of sacrum basic technique
the body of the vertebrae rotates towards the low side of the sacrum basic technique (logan technique)
Morter BEST (Bin Energetic Sacralization Technique
direct contact with the sensory system/synchronization of patient's energy BEST (Bin's Energetic Sacralization Technique)
Donald Harrison Chiropractic Biophysics
from the roots of pettibon technique chiropractic biophysics
skull and pelvis are only reliable osseous structures that can be used to check positioning chiropractic biophysics
standard views are AP cervico thoracic, AP ferguson and lateral lumbar chiropractic biophysics
evaluation of the skull and its sutures craniopathy
primary respiratory mechanism in the activating ofrce in in conjunction with manual force craniopathy
sutherland cottham craniopathy
Don Epstein network technique
patients emotions/psychological/spiritual environment muscle testing network technique
Ferrari Neural Organization Technique
Walker Neuron Emotional Technique (NET)
Ray Nimmo Nimmo Receptor Tammus Therapy
deep pressure applied directly over a trigger point to produce local ischemic compression nimmo receptor tams therapy
Burl Petticon Petticon Technique
the spine is 6 functional units, based on originis and insertions of muscles petticon technique
throacic cage is considered the base of the spine petticon technique
uses seated adjustments and exercise and rehabilitation petticon technique
views the head as a unique vertebrae petticon technique
x-ray marking to determine an alligned akull-atlas and aligned sacrum symphysis petticon technique
C5 is where to adjust for a decreased cervical curve Pierce-Stillwagon
Pierce and Stillwagon Pierce-Stillwagon
emphasis on bilateral anteriosuperior or posteriorinferior pelvic alignment Pierce-Stillwagon
mechanical drop segment and head guide pierce-stillwagon
primary diagnostic tool is xray pierce-stillwagon
uses a derma therm-o-graph pierce-stillwagon
Analyzes center of gravity of the body and the sacrum spinal touch technique
light amplitude and contact and plumb line analysis spinal touch technique
outgrowth of Logan Basic spinal touch technique
Lowell Ward stressology
treatment through rectum, to contact coccyx stressology
IN Toftness Toftness Technique
theorizes abnormal radiation from nerves is the problem, uses biofeedback instruments toftness technique
Blair adjustment (modified toggle with twisting) upper cervical technique
cervical adjustment given in side posture with mechanical drop piece upper cervical technique
descendent of the "hole in one" technique developed by BJ Palmer upper cervical technique
x-ray analysis, leg length measurement, motion and static palpation, and skin temp analysis upper cervical technique
Created by: AnatomyMash