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pta 118 2012

modalities

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what are the 3 phases of tissue repair? Inflammation Proliferation Remodeling
the time of inflammation should last... 1-10 days
the time span for proliferation is... 3-20 days
the time span for remodeling is... 9 days onward
4 signs of sympathetic nervous system in response to injury. increase HR Increase RR increased blood to brain & mm decrease peristalsis
5 effects of mm guarding or spasm withdrawing from injury immobilization of joint increased heat increased fatigue decreased circulation
disruption of capillaries and lymphatics leads to... edema
release of chemicals into the injured area stimulates... nociceptors (pain)
decreased circulation decreases what two things? O2 and nutrients
what 2 physical agents to PT goals address to decrease? pain inflammation
what 3 physical agents to PT goals address to increase? mm relaxation extensiblility mm strength
Created by: heatxfer