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NMT Laws

Arndt's Law Weak stimuli activate physiologic processes; very strong stimuli inhibit them (blank) To encourage a specific response, use gentler methods. To shut off a response, use deeper methods.
Davis's Law Muscles which are held in a shortened position will increase in tonus. (blank) Use to return muscles to normal tone
Hilton's Law A nerve that supplies a joint also supplies the muscles of the joint and the skin over the insertions of the muscles (blank) Stimulation to area affects all parts
Righting Reflexes Reflexes that bring the body into its normal position in space and which resist any force acting to put it into a false position Scoliosis (blank)
Wolff's Law Law of bone transformation wearing pointed shoes (blank)
Law of Motion Every action there is always an opposite and equal reaction Gait (blank)
Pflugler's Laws Unilaterallity; Symmetry; Intensity; Radiation; Generalization (blank) Progression of the pain cycle
Law of Unilaterallity (blank) (blank) (blank)
Created by: NMT - Addison