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Range of motion

Ranges of motion

QuestionAnswer
Flexion for Lumbar 40-60
Extension for Lumbar 20-35
Lateral flexion for lumbar 15-25
Rotation for lumbar 5-18
Flexion for Cervical 60-90
Extension for Cervical 75-90
Rotation for Cervical 80-90
Lateral Flexion for Cervical 45-55
Flexion of the shoulder Flexion 120 (115-125)
Extension of shoulder Extension 55 (50-60)
Abduction of shoulder 120 (115-125)
Adduction of shoulder Adduction 45 (40-50)
Internal and external Rotation rotation 90 (85-95)
Elbow ROM • Flexion 135-165 • Extension 0-5 • Pronation 90 (85-95) Supination 90 (85-95)
Wrist ROM flexion 80 (75-85) extension 70 (65-75) •30 (25-35) • deviation 20 (15-25
HIP ROM • Flexion 115-125 • Extension 25-35 • Abduction 45–50 • Adduction 20–30 • Internal rotation 30-40 • External rotation 40-50
Knee ROM • Flexion 125-135 • Extension 5-10 • Internal rotation 5-10 • External rotation 5-10
Ankle ROM 15-25 45-55 0-5 0-5 5-10 5-10
what is a logical fallacy In slightly longer than short, it’s a flaw in thinking where something doesn’t make sense or ‘doesn’t follow’ logically
strawman You misrepresented someone’s argument to make it easier to attack.
false cause You presumed that a real or perceived relationship between things means that one is the cause of the other.
appeal to emotion You attempted to manipulate an emotional response in place of a valid or compelling argument.
the fallacy fallacy Presuming that because a claim has been poorly argued, or a fallacy has been made, that it is necessarily wrong.
slippery slope You made out like if we allow A to happen, then Z will eventually happen too, therefore A should not happen.
ad hominem You attacked your opponent’s character or personal traits instead of engaging with their argument.
Founder of chiropractic Daniel David Palmer (1845-1913)
First adjustment ? 18 September 1895 Harvey Lillard T4 or C2?
Who came up with the name Chiropractic Rev Samuel Weed
Palmer school of magnetic cure opened in 1896
Palmer school of chiropractic opened in 1907
who is said to be the developer of chiropractic Bartlett Joshua Palmer
who is the first lady Mabel Heath Palmer
Evolution & Revolution Meric System (~1900) Spinography (1910) Neurocalometer (NCM, 1924) HIO Upper Cervical (1933) Electroencephaloneuro-mentimpograph (1935)
DD and BJ incident 1902 reports that BJ tried to run DD over
When did DD Palmer die and what from 1913 typhoid fever LA
Spinography introduced in ? (1910)
Who are the immortals of chiropractic DD palmer 1906 Shegataro Morikobu (1907) “Osteopathy w/out License” Herbert Ross Reaver (x12) Wallace Brown (1972)
what is the hole in one theory ? It deals with upper cervical specifically
Who is the educator of chiropractic David Palmer
Risk factors ? smoking, physical inactivity, poor nutrition and harmful use of alcohol.
Risk factors contribute to ? obesity, high blood pressure which lead too -
chronic diseases cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and mental health issues.
Physical inactivity stats 3 in 5 Australians are overweight or obese. That's over 12 million people. 63% were overweight or obese in 2011-12 an increase of 57% since 1995.
Physical inactivity puts you at risk of Physical inactivity increases risk of stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Smoking key facts Each year it is estimated that smoking kills 15,000 Australians. Costs AU$31.5 billion in social (including health) and economic costs. Although tobacco sales have decreased over the years. March 2014, AU$3.404 billion were so
When assiting people with nicotine addiction you can ? Ask Advise Assess Assist Arrange
Type 2 diabetes symptoms Symptoms include: – Being excessively thirsty- Passing more urine- Feeling tired and lethargicAlways feeling hungry– Having cuts that heal slowly– Itching, skin infections Blurred vision– Gradually putting on weight– Mood swings Headaches– Feeling tired
4 essentials for walking - Equilibrium -locomotion -Neurological Control -Musculoskeletal integrity
tu quoque You avoided having to engage with criticism by turning it back on the accuser - you answered criticism with criticism
personal incredulity Because you found something difficult to understand, or are unaware of how it works, you made out like it’s probably not true.
Thoracic Rom Flexion = 25-45 Extension = 25-45 Lat flexion =20-40 Rotation = 30-45
muscle that make up your rotator cuff Supraspinatus Teres minor Subscapularis Infraspinatus
branches of philosophy Aristotle -metaphysics -Epistemology Ethics = what should I do Politics = what should we all do Aesthetics = what should it look like
special pleading You moved the goalposts or made up an exception when your claim was shown to be false.
loaded question You asked a question that had an assumption built into it so that it couldn’t be answered without appearing guilty
burden of proof You said that the burden of proof lies not with the person making the claim, but with someone else to disprove.
ambiguity You used a double meaning or ambiguity of language to mislead or misrepresent the truth.
the gambler’s fallacy You said that ‘runs’ occur to statistically independent phenomena such as roulette wheel spins.
bandwagon You appealed to popularity or the fact that many people do something as an attempted form of validation.
appeal to authority You used the opinion or position of an authority figure, or institution of authority, in place of an actual argument.
John Howard Vitalistic vs mechanistic started national chiropractic college 1906
Spinography vs Palpation Joy M Loban Universal College (1910) wanted to keep it done with hands only
The Spanish Flu what was special about that 1920 1- 10 die from traditional healthcare 1-500 died when treated by chiropractic
The great divide Lyceum 1924 Lyceum 1933 “Disciplining the Hour” Hole in One (HIO)
whos is Joy M Loban Founder of Universal College (1910) believed in palpation an not
Elbert Hubbard is ? was a mentor to BJ and ran a press company
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