5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- To practice 'physical centering' do...
- Good body mechanics include....
- Centering allows the therapist to...
- Always focus on....
- Structural scoliosis is ...
- a 1) awareness thru your hands and all senses.
2) movement and motion from your center.
3) energies passing thru you to client.
4) breath deeply from abdomen.
5) balance of body and mind.
6) BEING PRESENT IN THE MOMENT..INTENT!
7) THE CLIENT'S NEEDS.
- b Learning proper posture, lifting, carrying techniques.
Being aware of your body position at all times.
Alter your habits, positions or environment to provide safe and efficient work.
Practice good body mechanics at all times!
- c Be present with the client; attuned into the client's body; to reject negative stress; rely on inuitive skills.
- d at birth.
- e 1) focus on the inner stillness within you.
2) close your eyes and deep breathes.
3) unclotter your mind, noise, feelings
4) focus on your task; use your intuition.
5 Multiple choice questions
- True, epecially when driving.
- Body alignment that minimizes pressure or stresss on the spine and bones of the body.
- Avoid sleeping on your stomach; can cause back and neck strain. Side or on back is best.
- acquired over time; due to improper posture.
5 True/False questions
What is the correct standing position? → 1) Head hold straight/chin in.
2) Earlobes in line with middle of shoulders.
3) Shoulders back.
4) Chest forward.
5) Knees straight.
6) Tuck tummy in---don't tilt pelvis forward/backward.
7) Arches in feet should be supported.
8) Avoid standing for long time.
9) adjust height of work table.
10) Elevate one foot by resting on box or stool.
Centering allows for a ...... → Be present with the client; attuned into the client's body; to reject negative stress; rely on inuitive skills.
A "grounded" therapist is able to.... → Be present with the client; attuned into the client's body; to reject negative stress; rely on inuitive skills.
Sciolosis → Sideways curvature of thoracic spine.
Proper posture requires..... → Good mucle flexibility.
Normal joint motion.
Muscle balance on both sides of the spine.
Strong postural muscle.
Awareness of your own muscles.