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3 muscular system
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A client with low back pain, herniated disc, pain down her let. Which region of the spine is involved? this could be tricky....think carefully
What further information would be helpful for you to know in order to assess and help this client?
c. daily activities
d. all of these
If a muscle is constricted in such a way that blood supply is greatly reduced, the skin over the affected area will likely feel
A client shows up with a acute case of plantar fasciitis. How do you treat?
a. you don't it's acute
b. elevation and friecion to plantar surface of foot
c. elevation and tapotement to plantar surface of foot
elevation and deep effleurage to plantar surface of foot
As a client walks through your clinic door, you recognize what you think is torticollis. What is the first thing you do?
a. some active stretches
b. take a history
c. call their MD
reschedule the appointment
What action would you take in the case of acute kyphosis angularis?
a. ice and friction to lateral ribs
b. gentle pressure around vertebrae
c. check w/MD, as kyphosis angularis is an infectious condition
d. deep massage to pectoralis muscles to relax them
A client has a painful, recent injured tendon from repeated use. How do you treat?
a. isometric exercises
b. PJM (passive Joint movement)
c. resisted stretching
d. wait until the acute stage has subsided
How do you treat a client with chronic Dupuytren's contracture when sensation is adequate?
a. passive joint movement of the ankle
b. friction to the muscle belly of extensor hallucis longus (posterior leg muscle)
c. friction to palmar fascia, followed by ice
d. heat, then ice, then friction to the retinaculum
Which stroke is used to break down adhesions in muscle bellies?
a. transverse friction
b. superficial friction
c. universal friction
d. magnetic friction
Dupuytren's contracture affects
a. dorsal surface of hand
b. palmar surface of hand
c. radial artery
d. thoracic artery
Torticollis is a malpositioning of the
a. sacrum and spine
b. head and spine
c. shoulder and neck
d. head and neck
What term is used for a muscle that is shortened in a relaxed state?
Muscular dystrophy is characterized by degeneration and wasting of
a. epithelial tissue
b. nervous tissue
c. muscle tissue
d. all of these
The pain in tennis elbow is usually caused by inflammation of
a. tendon of insertion of forearm extensors
b. tendon of origin of wrist and finger extensors, especially extensor carpi radialis brevis
c. tendon of insertion of forearm supinators
d. tendon of origin of forearm supinators
What is most likely to cause synovitis?
a. direct trauma and/ or over exertion
g. excess of lactic acid
c. tonic contraction of muscle
a. is caused by over exertion of a muscle
b. sometimes idiopathic
c. can be caused by a blow on the tendon
d. all of these
Adhesion development and excessive scarring following trauma can be prevented or reduced with
a. joint movements
b. passive joing movements
c resisted joing movements
For a client with chronic fatigues, what is a good question to ask or strategy to take?
a. have you had massage before
b. if so, ask how has massage affected your fatique
c. if not, go lightly the first session and assess result
d. all of the above
Which muscles are involved in thoracic outlet syndrome?
a. pectoralis major
b. pectoralis minor
d. both b and c
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