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Cervical Spine

Classification

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Symptom onset < 30 days is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
No symptoms distal to the shoulder is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
FABQ <12 is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
Looking up does not aggravate symptoms is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
Cervical ext < 30 is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
Flat T3-T5 is an indicator for which classification? Thoracic manipulation
Recent onset (< 4 weeks) is an indicator for? Cervical mobility classification
Rarely have upper quarter symptoms (AROM does not peripheralize Sx, No signs of nerve root compression) is an indicator for? Cervical mobility classification
AROM discrepancy (SB, Rot) is an indicator for? Cervical mobility classification
Referral of pain into the upper extremities\hand is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
Radiculopathy is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
Referral to mid-scapular area is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
Peripheralization with AROM is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
Increased symptoms with closing pattern (<60 deg SB,Rotipsilateral) is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
+ Spurling, ULTT A, Distraction test is an indicator for? Cervical centralization category
Higher level of pain and disability is an indicator for? pain control classification
Very recent onset of symptoms is an indicator for? pain control classification
Referred or radiating symptoms into upper quarter is an indicator for? pain control classification
Cervicogenic headaches (possibly) is an indicator for? pain control classification
Difficult exam due to exacerbation of symptoms is an indicator for? pain control classification
Poorly tolerates manual or movement interventions is an indicator for? pain control classification
Trauma is an indicator for? pain control classification
Lower pain and disability scores are indicators for? exercise and conditioning classification
Longer duration of symptoms is an indicator for? exercise and conditioning classification
No signs of nerve root compression is an indicator for? exercise and conditioning classification
No peripheralization\centralization with AROM is an indicator for? exercise and conditioning classification
Unilateral headache “ram’s horn”(Onset preceded by neck pain, Triggered by neck movement or positions, Reproduced by pressure on posterior neck) are indicators for? Reduce headache classification
What are the four characteristics of the exercise and conditioning classification? 1.Lower pain and disability scores 2.Longer duration of symptoms 3.No signs of nerve root compression 4.No peripheralization/centralization with AROM
What are the seven characteristics of the pain control category? 1.Higher level of pn and disability,2. recent onset of symptoms,3.Referred or radiating symptoms into upper 1/4, 4.Cervicogenic headaches (possibly) 5.Difficult exam due to exacerbation of symptoms,6.Poorly tolerates manual or mvmt interventions,7.Trauma
What are the six characteristics of the centralization category? 1.Referral of pain into the upper extremities/hand 2.Radiculopathy 3.Referral to mid-scapular area 4.Peripheralization with AROM 5.Increased symptoms with closing pattern (<60 deg SB,Rotipsilateral) 6.+ Spurling, ULTT A, Distraction test
What are the characteristics of the mobility category? 1.Recent onset (< 4 weeks) 2.Rarely have upper quarter symptoms 3.AROM does not peripheralizeSx 4.No signs of nerve root compression 5.AROM discrepancy (SB, Rot)
Which two of the thoracic manipulation predictors are particularly useful? no symptoms distal to the shoulder, and looking up doesn't aggravate symptoms.
Created by: txst spr 2009
 

 



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