5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Order of scalp lines from anterior to posterior
- Upper fifth of sensory treat?
- Balance area treats?
- Vertigo and hearing area?
- Voluntary movement area treats?
- a lower limb and trunk + head, treats low back pain (opp. side), numbness or paresthesia in that area, occipital h/a, stiff neck, vertigo
- b loss of balance due to cerebellar disorders
- c Tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, menier's syndrome
- d Apraxia -loss of ability to execute or carry earned purposeful movements
- e BTMS-bacon, tomato, mayo sandwich-aka Blood, Tremor, Motor, Sensory
5 Multiple choice questions
- Cortical blindness
- blood vessels dilations & constriction area that also treats hypertension
- lower limb and trunk, treats paralysis of lower limb (opp. side)
- thoracic cavity area
- Facial area, treats migraine h/a, trigeminal neuralgia, toothache (opp side), arthritis of the temporomandibular joint (TMJ)
5 True/False questions
What scalp line to treat nominal aphasia → Speech #2
Nocturnal Urination → Can't name objects
Receptive Aphasia → Can't name objects
What 2 lines in scalp are divided into 5th's → Speech #3
Lower two fifth's of motor treat? → Facial area + Speech #1, treats upper motor neuron, paralysis of face (opp side), motor aphasia, dribbling saliva, impaired speech, bel's palsy