OPPII 1 - Intro to Muscle Energy
Terms in this set (35)
Goals of OMT (7)
-correct somatic dysfunction
-Improve Vein/lymph drainage
5 classic osteopathic models
5 classic models coordinated/affected by what system?
5 classic models adapt to?
Biomechanical model involves (3)
Biomechanical model OMT directed towards? (4)
Example of biomechanical model OMT?
Goal of biomechanical model? (2)
Neurological model emphasizes? (3)
Example of neurological model OMT?
-Multiple sources of sense to certain areas of spine
Goals of neurological model? (5)
-decrease afferent signals
Respiratory-Circulatory model emphasizes? (2)
Metabolic-Nutrition Model emphasizes? (2)
-homeostasis adaption through feedback
-regulate E through metabolism
Metabolic-Nutrition Model involves what system? (2)
Behavioral-Biopsychosocial Model involves? (4)
muscle energy is what direction technique? (2)
barriers of dysfunction?
-Physiological then anatomic
neutral zone of somatic dysfunction shifts in response to?
muscle energy applied where? (3)
-where physiological barrier was before dysfunction
-where tension increases significantly
muscle energy developed by who?
Muscle Energy technique definition
-OMT where patient's muscles active against counterforce
Anatomic-Physiological Principles of muscle energy (6)
-Joint mobilization using force
-Crossed Extensor Reflex
2 types of joint restrictors
MONOARTICULAR MUSCLES key in? (2)
-type II dysfunction
POLYARTICULAR MUSCLES key in? (2)
-type I dysfunction
Post-Isometric Relaxation (PIR)
-Relaxation of muscle after isometric contraction
Reciprocal Inhibition (RI)
-Inhibition of antagonist when agonist stimulated
-movement of head leads/follows eyes
Oculocephalogyric Reflex AKA (2)
-Eye movement causes relaxation of cervical muscles through PIR or RI
Joint Mobilization using Muscle Force
-muscle contraction to focus forces toward dysfunction
Joint Mobilization using Muscle Force example
-Thoracic Type I Muscle energy
-inhalation/exhalation by patient to assist treatment
Steps in Performing ME (8)
1. Find somatic dysfunction and restrictions
2. Position in "feather's edge" of restrictive barrier(s)
3. Tell to GENTLY push away from restrictive barrier while hold 3-5 seconds
4. Tell to relax
5. position into new restrictive barrier
6. Repeat steps 3, 4, 5 two-three times
7. passive stretch at end
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