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Structural Study Guide Final

3 steps to consider when creating a session pg81
1.Primary Imbalance-(keystone, locked knees)
2.Potential Cause-(injury,genetic,holding patterns)
3.Objective-(your goal for client + homework)
Fleshing: pg86
Putting the tissue where you want it.
Front-towards the midline and up
Back-towards the midline and down
Sides-move away from pelvis & towards midline (pushing away greater trochanter while you are pushing towards the midline)
Short & Long tissues of Medial Rotation
Short- pecs
Long Rhomboids
Short & Long tissues of Ventral Drag
Short & Long tissues of Lateral Rotation of the foot
Short- Piriformis
Short & Long tissues -eversion of feet
Long- Tib anterior
short & long tissue assoc. with core
Short- QLs
what mm causes Narrow Gait
what mm causes Wide Gait
IT band
Posterior Tilt
ASIS is higher
Anterior Tilt
PSIS is higher
Economy of Motion pg140
Intrinsic & Extrinsic
Core deep axial skeleton vs appendicular superficial skeleton
Movement- graceful vs clumsy
MM Contraction- small stabilizing vs big gross movements
Intrinsic pg 140
"INSIDE" belonging to the essential nature of constitution of a thing. originating & included wholly within an organ or part
Extrinsic pg 140
"OUTSIDE" Not forming part of or belonging to a thing. Originating from or on the outside;especially originating outside a part and acting upon the part as a whole.
Ventral Drag (know both formal and informal names) pg 160
Dorsal Hinge @T6 (peck band)
Thoracolumbar T12 & L1 ( umbilical band)
Sacrolumbar L5 & S1 (inguinal band)
Headaches know both formal and informal names pg 160
Craniocervical C0 or Occiput &C1 (under masseter)
Cervicothoracic C7& T1 (clavicle band 'smokers")
Wire of Lombar spine consist of (notes pg 162)
Thoracolumbar fascia, QLs, PSOAS
articulates w/ obliques, lats, glutes
Creates load & force transfer btw spine pelvis +legs. Ropey Back indication hinge is tight
ventral drag cause (notes pg 162)
Short abs-weak abs
Medial rotation of shoulder (notes pg 162)
Shoulder issue
2 major components to pain pg 207
Sensory experience
Psychological response
Re-patterning exercises
toes up/foot up----gait, arch
knee bends----unlock knees
Rock & roll----balance stability
Re-patterning exercises
spinal roll
table top
roll-up / roll-down
Re-patterning exercises
Pelvic Clock
Deep Hip Rotator Stretch
Psoas Stretch
Wall Squat
Peanut Butter Jar-pelvic rotations
The Frog
Re patterning exercises
Spinal Imprint
The Plank
Lateral Plank
The String
Re-patterning exercises
Rhomboid Activation
Rhomboid Re-patterning
Ribcage Re-patterning
Shoulder Re-patterning-(Arm Circles)