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Step III

Step III - OMM/Msk 3

The superior edge becomes more prominent for inhalation dysfunctions of ribs that move primarily by pump-handle motion
What muscle are you activating in ME for upper ribs Pec minor
What muscle are you activating in ME for middle ribs Serratus anterior
What muscle are you activating in ME for lower ribs Lat dorsi
What are the first line tx for TMJ NSAIDs and amytriptyline
What muscles are implicate din thoracic outlet syndrome Ant and middle scalenes
Runner/dancer/gymnast c/o pain and stiffness in the hip and thigh region. A “snapping” feeling occurs Psoas syndrome
What are the osteo PE findings in psoas syndrome tender point medial to the ipsilateral ASIS, a positive pelvic shift test to the contralateral side
What kind of sacral dysfx is founf in psoas syndrome Rotation on oblique axis
What is Ober’s test doing tightness in the tensor fascia lata and iliotibial band
What is Apley’s compression test doing evaluates meniscus and ligamentous structures of the knee
Evaluation of ACL uses what two tests and which is more accurate Lachman >> drawer test
What is the location of the TP for the piriformis muscle midline between the ILA of the sacrum and the greater trochanter of the femur
What muscle is implicated in tennis elbow Extensor carpi radialis BREVIS
What muscle is implicated in golfer’s elbow Flexor carpi radialis
What is the spinal level a/w the uterus T10-L2
What spinal level is a/w dysfxn of head and neck T1-4
What spinal level is a/w dysfxn of the esophagus T2-7
What is the parasympathetic innervation level located S2-4
Unilateral contraction of the SCM causes the head to do what ipsilateral sidebending and contralateral rotation
What spinal levels are used to tx respiratory system dysfxn T2-7
What is the difference in presentation of conus medullaris syndrome vs cauda equina syndrome CES has LMN signs; CMS has both UMN and LMN signs
What is concentric muscle contraction Incr in tension + approximation of origin and insertion
What is eccentric muscle contraction Lengthening muscle
Sacral inhibition achieves what effect increase parasympathetic activity to the pelvic organs
What is the correct positioning for fixing nurse maid’s elbow flexing the elbow to 90 degrees and placing the arm in supination
OMM tx for dysmenorrhea Sacral INHIBITION
What technique increases parasympathetic activity to pelvic organs Sacral inhibition
What is accomplished by sacral rocking maneuver Relax muscle at LS jxn and improve paraspinal muscles
Runner’s knee = theater sign = Patellofemoral pain syndrome
Shin splints aka Medial tibial stress syndrome
How do you test for the J sign Pt sitting or supine. Extend LE at knee joint and watch for patella to go superior and move lateral exhibiting a upside down “J”
OMM treatment for enhancing parasympathetic activity in upper body Sphenopalatine ganglion release (thins secretions)
What is the Galbreath technique Massaging Eustachian tube draining middle ear
Acute otitis media is a/w what somatic dysfxn in the skull INTERNAL rotation of temporal bone
Forward sacral torsion a/w type I or II mechanics Type I
Backward sacral torsion a/w type I or II mechanics Type II
complex regional pain syndrome, type 1 (CRPS-1) is also known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy
chronic progressive disease broken down into two types based on the presence of nerve lesion following an injury = Complex regional pain syndrome
The difference in CRPS-1 and CRPS-2 There is NO evidence of nerve injury in type-1 injuries
severe, burning pain at the site of injury. Muscle spasm, joint stiffness, restricted mobility, rapid hair and nail growth, and vasospasm causing edema and skin changes is what ype of CRPS CRPS-1
CRPS type-2 is aka Causalgia
more intense pain. Edema typically widespread, hair growth diminishes, nails become cracked and brittle, osteoporosis becomes severe and diffuse, joints thicken, and muscle atrophy occurs in CRPS type 1 or 2 CRPS 2
patients who suffer from continued pain (out of proportion to injury), allodynia, joint stiffness, localized edema, increased hair growth, and vasospasm following injury with no evidence of nerve damage is what type of CRPS Type I
Created by: DrINFJ



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