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197 terms
OPP Midterm
MSK changes in geri
Immune changes in geri
VS reflex vs somatic dys (geri)
Post OP Ileus (geri)
Decreased ht, lean body mass... Increased body fat... Loss of muscl…
Decrease in T cell function... Decrease in antibody production... I…
In VS: ... Increase temperature and sweat... Unusual resistance to…
OA (NOT SACRUM) - stimulate vagus... Sym - paraspinal inhibition…
MSK changes in geri
Decreased ht, lean body mass... Increased body fat... Loss of muscl…
Immune changes in geri
Decrease in T cell function... Decrease in antibody production... I…
37 terms
OPP Lab
Landmarks- Pelvis
Cervical Posterior Muscle Self Stretch…
Thoracic Paraspinal Self Stretch (flex…
Lumbar Posterior Muscle Self Stretch (…
Iliac Crest... ASIS... AIIS... PSOS... Ischial tuberosities... Pubic Symphys…
1. Patient sitting with hand(s) contact behind occiput.... 2. Pa…
1. Patient sitting with feet and legs apart, feet on floor.... 2…
1. Patient supine.... 2. Patient flexes hips and knees, wraps ar…
Landmarks- Pelvis
Iliac Crest... ASIS... AIIS... PSOS... Ischial tuberosities... Pubic Symphys…
Cervical Posterior Muscle Self Stretch…
1. Patient sitting with hand(s) contact behind occiput.... 2. Pa…
Opp final
Heel strike
Foot flat
Midstance
Push off
foot contacts the ground
flatfoot position until the opposite foot is ready for swing…
From the time the opposite foot is lifted until the ipsilater…
From heel rise until the opposite foot contacts the ground (c…
Heel strike
foot contacts the ground
Foot flat
flatfoot position until the opposite foot is ready for swing…
71 terms
OPP Midterm
Medial longitudinal arch made of and d…
Two ligaments that make up lateral lon…
Tendon of which muslce supports the tr…
How do you treat foot SDs?
Spring ligament (plantar calcaneonavicular)- primarily suppor…
Long and short plantar ligaments
Peroneus longus
HVLA
Medial longitudinal arch made of and d…
Spring ligament (plantar calcaneonavicular)- primarily suppor…
Two ligaments that make up lateral lon…
Long and short plantar ligaments
OPP Fascia
fascia
What are the FIVE fascial functions? (…
How does fascia help with packaging?
How does fascia help with passageways?
connective tissue, mesodermal origin; assists gliding and flu…
packaging, passageways, protection, power, proprioception & n…
organizes; separates, envelopes muscles bones joints organ; g…
permits passage of nerves, arteries, mens, lymphatics to pass…
fascia
connective tissue, mesodermal origin; assists gliding and flu…
What are the FIVE fascial functions? (…
packaging, passageways, protection, power, proprioception & n…
32 terms
OPP Test 3 - Weston
Liver
gallbladder
stomach acidity
pylorus
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
Liver
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
gallbladder
right upper quadrant pain associated with a chapman's reflex…
16 terms
OPP facts
Founders?
Date founded and where?
When was second meeting and what was d…
Alpha Chapter organized when with how…
Bishop Edgar Amos Love... Dr. Oscar James Cooper... Prof. Frank Col…
November 17, 1911 ... Science Hall of Howard University
November 23, 1911... Edgar Amos Love (Grand Basileus)... Oscar Jame…
December 15, 1911 ... with 14 charter members
Founders?
Bishop Edgar Amos Love... Dr. Oscar James Cooper... Prof. Frank Col…
Date founded and where?
November 17, 1911 ... Science Hall of Howard University
17 terms
OPP FINAL
Osteopathic medical evaluations consis…
What do you look for during a NMS eval…
Why do we bother performing an NMS eva…
Define somatic dysfunction
Hx... PEx: general, NMS... Observation... Palpation... Motion Testing: gr…
Observe gait, posture, landmarks, symmetry... ROM testing... Palpat…
1. makes for a more complete exam than MD... 2. more efficient a…
...
Osteopathic medical evaluations consis…
Hx... PEx: general, NMS... Observation... Palpation... Motion Testing: gr…
What do you look for during a NMS eval…
Observe gait, posture, landmarks, symmetry... ROM testing... Palpat…
21 terms
OPP test 3
Condylar compression
OA and HVLA
Atlas key facts
AA
Jugular foramen... CN IX, X and XI, newborns
F/E primary motion but not relevent for HVLA, DO NOT ADD Exte…
No vertebral body... Rotates around dens... Palbablble spinous proc…
Rotation primary motion... Convex facets
Condylar compression
Jugular foramen... CN IX, X and XI, newborns
OA and HVLA
F/E primary motion but not relevent for HVLA, DO NOT ADD Exte…
55 terms
OPP final
If sacrum is LoR, what will L5 dysfunc…
Chapman's point for heart
Chapman's point for colon
Chapman's point for prostate/broad lig…
L5FRrSr... (rotates away from sacrum's rotation and sidebends to…
L rib 2-3
lateral thigh within the iliotibial band
Iliotibial band
If sacrum is LoR, what will L5 dysfunc…
L5FRrSr... (rotates away from sacrum's rotation and sidebends to…
Chapman's point for heart
L rib 2-3
OPP Lab
PSIS higher, ASIS lower
ASIS higher, PSIS lower
Muscle energy for posterior inominate
Muscle energy for anterior innominate
anteriorly rotated
posteriorly rotated
Position affected leg off of table. gently push leg down unti…
Flex affected leg until you feel resistance at the innominate…
PSIS higher, ASIS lower
anteriorly rotated
ASIS higher, PSIS lower
posteriorly rotated
OPP Test 1
3 characteristic that distinguish the…
What is the facet orientation of the l…
the orientation of the facet can be ca…
the parasaggital orientaion of the fac…
larger vertebral body... wider and deeper... spinous process is a q…
Backwards and Medial (BM)
parasaggital
large range of motion of flexion and extension
3 characteristic that distinguish the…
larger vertebral body... wider and deeper... spinous process is a q…
What is the facet orientation of the l…
Backwards and Medial (BM)
OPP II Final Review
vault hold, where are your index finge…
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
vault hold, where are your ring fingers
vault hold, where are your little fing…
great wings of sphenoid
zygomatic process
asterion (junction fo temporal, parietal, occiput)
squamous occiput
vault hold, where are your index finge…
great wings of sphenoid
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
zygomatic process
128 terms
OPP: Clincal LE
motion of the hip joint (ball & socket)?
What is the acetabulum?
ligaments of the hip?
iliofemoral ligament?
-three planes of motion... -Circumduction
Juncton of the ilium, ischium, and pubic bones with the head…
-Iliofemoral... -Capitis femoris... -Pubofemoral... -Ischiofemoral
...
motion of the hip joint (ball & socket)?
-three planes of motion... -Circumduction
What is the acetabulum?
Juncton of the ilium, ischium, and pubic bones with the head…
206 terms
OPP exam II
symps of heart?
symps of adrenals?
symps of kidneys
lvls of sup, middle, and inf chain gan…
T1-T5
t8-t10
t11-L1
C2, C4/5, C6/7
symps of heart?
T1-T5
symps of adrenals?
t8-t10
177 terms
OPP Exam 1
% DOs in primary care
OMM/OMT
Still born when
Rope swing w/neck when
60%
-use hands to restore structure and function
1828
1838
% DOs in primary care
60%
OMM/OMT
-use hands to restore structure and function
154 terms
OPP II Final Review
vault hold, where are your index finge…
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
vault hold, where are your ring fingers
vault hold, where are your little fing…
great wings of sphenoid
zygomatic process
asterion (junction fo temporal, parietal, occiput)
squamous occiput
vault hold, where are your index finge…
great wings of sphenoid
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
zygomatic process
43 terms
OPP cumulative
Soft tissue Cervical: direct method
test the vertebral artery
Where does levator scapulae originate…
tx levator scap w/ counter strain
kneading/stretching ... paraspinal muscle dysfunction
tip head back and rotate L and R ... dizziness, nystagmus, anxi…
upper medial border ot scapula, transverse/articular process…
shoulder is adducted and slightly flexed, apply cephalad forc…
Soft tissue Cervical: direct method
kneading/stretching ... paraspinal muscle dysfunction
test the vertebral artery
tip head back and rotate L and R ... dizziness, nystagmus, anxi…
172 terms
OPP Exam 1
What does OPP stand for?
Is OPP and OMT/OMM same thing?
Definition of OMM/OMT
who said "To find health is the object…
Osteopathic Principles and Practice
NO! Not the same.. Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment/Medicine
therapeutic use of hands to restore normal structure (anatomy…
A.T. Still
What does OPP stand for?
Osteopathic Principles and Practice
Is OPP and OMT/OMM same thing?
NO! Not the same.. Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment/Medicine
38 terms
OPP Test 1 Treatments
indirect resp. force for inhalation dy…
indirect resp. force for exhalation dy…
Where are AR 1-6?
where are PR 1-6?
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
indirect resp. force for inhalation dy…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
indirect resp. force for exhalation dy…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
OPP test 2
5 functions of fascia
What percentage of proprioception does…
Does lymphatic technique maintain immu…
What type of tissue is fascia?
packaging... protection... posturing... passageways... proprioception
75%
no
areolar made from GAGs that are produced by fibrocytes
5 functions of fascia
packaging... protection... posturing... passageways... proprioception
What percentage of proprioception does…
75%
19 terms
OPP History
AT Still Birth
Banner of Osteopathy
First Osteopathic School
Principle 1
August 6, 1828... Lee county, VA
June 22, 1874
1892 Kirksville, MO
The body is a unit
AT Still Birth
August 6, 1828... Lee county, VA
Banner of Osteopathy
June 22, 1874
38 terms
OPP Test 1 Treatments
indirect resp. force for inhalation dy…
indirect resp. force for exhalation dy…
Where are AR 1-6?
where are PR 1-6?
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
indirect resp. force for inhalation dy…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
indirect resp. force for exhalation dy…
patient is supine... physician is same side... cephalad/posterior h…
97 terms
RVU-OPP-Unit 1
What are the 4 osteopathic tenets
Define somatic dysfunction
Define and differentiate Proprioceptio…
Give two examples of proprioceptive or…
1. The body is a unit; the person is a unit of body, mind, an…
Impaired or altered function of related components of... the som…
Proprioception = Where your body is in space... Nociception = Yo…
Muscle Spindle: 2-12 intrafusal muscle fibers that sense an…
What are the 4 osteopathic tenets
1. The body is a unit; the person is a unit of body, mind, an…
Define somatic dysfunction
Impaired or altered function of related components of... the som…
36 terms
OPP final exam
type I mechanics
type II mechanics
passive range of motion
anatomical barrier
Into the convexity: if you sidebend to the right you will rot…
Into the concavity: if you sidebend to the right you will rot…
what the doctor does
the limiting barrier (passive range of motion)
type I mechanics
Into the convexity: if you sidebend to the right you will rot…
type II mechanics
Into the concavity: if you sidebend to the right you will rot…
154 terms
OPP II Final Review
vault hold, where are your index finge…
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
vault hold, where are your ring fingers
vault hold, where are your little fing…
great wings of sphenoid
zygomatic process
asterion (junction fo temporal, parietal, occiput)
squamous occiput
vault hold, where are your index finge…
great wings of sphenoid
vault hold, where are your middle fing…
zygomatic process
148 terms
OPP LE "clinical"
pain in LE may be referred from?
which hip bones are considered part of…
how many tarsal bones are there?
how many phalanges in the foot?
L-spine... pelvis... abdomino-pelvic viscera
innominates
7: talus, navicular, calcaneus, cuboid, + 3 cuneiforms
14
pain in LE may be referred from?
L-spine... pelvis... abdomino-pelvic viscera
which hip bones are considered part of…
innominates
143 terms
OPP year one in total--
T.A.R.T
Somatic Dysfunction
Acute Somatic Dysfunction
Characterization of acute somatic dxn
Tissue texture abnormality... Asymmetry... Restriction of motion... Te…
Impaired or altered fxn of related components of the somatic…
Immediate or short-term impairment or altered fxn of related…
vasodilation, edema, tenderness, pain, and tissue contraction…
T.A.R.T
Tissue texture abnormality... Asymmetry... Restriction of motion... Te…
Somatic Dysfunction
Impaired or altered fxn of related components of the somatic…
30 terms
OPP exam 1
Fascia: horizontal diaphragms
Fascia: Longitudinal cables
Pannicular fascia = what layer?
Define somatic dysfunction
1. Tentorium cerebelli... 2. Thoracic inlet/outlet... 3. Respirator…
1. Dural sleeve to S2... 2. Longitudinal ligaments, occiput to S…
subcutaneous
Impaired or altered function of related components of the som…
Fascia: horizontal diaphragms
1. Tentorium cerebelli... 2. Thoracic inlet/outlet... 3. Respirator…
Fascia: Longitudinal cables
1. Dural sleeve to S2... 2. Longitudinal ligaments, occiput to S…
9 terms
OPP3
flexion
extension
abduction 0-15
abduction 15-90
biceps brachii... pec major... anterior deltoid... coracobrachialis
posterior deltoid... lat dorsi... teres major... teres minor... pec major
supraspinatus
middle fibers of deltoid
flexion
biceps brachii... pec major... anterior deltoid... coracobrachialis
extension
posterior deltoid... lat dorsi... teres major... teres minor... pec major
68 terms
OPP 2
Transverse Superior Axis
Transverse Middle Axis
Transverse Inferior Axis
Oblique Axes
Respiratory and craniosacral motion at S2
Postural Motion (Flex/Ext) at S2... Base of sacrum moves anterio…
Innominate Rotation at S3
Dynamic Motion--Sidebending and rotation
Transverse Superior Axis
Respiratory and craniosacral motion at S2
Transverse Middle Axis
Postural Motion (Flex/Ext) at S2... Base of sacrum moves anterio…
279 terms
OPP Exam 3
Lumbarization occurs at
Sacralization occurs at
Ferguson angle
Sacral motion
S1
L5
25-35 degrees
Function of the forces acting on the sacrum... No direct muscl…
Lumbarization occurs at
S1
Sacralization occurs at
L5
21 terms
OPP Lecture 4
Palpation
What kind of communication is Palpation?
Where does sensory information come fr…
What are touch (mechanoreceptors)?
application of variable manual pressure to the surface of the…
two way communication- patient's tissues react to palpater's…
Mechanoreceptors... Thermoreceptors... Nociceptors
Touch- mechanical stimulation of epithelial layer (both super…
Palpation
application of variable manual pressure to the surface of the…
What kind of communication is Palpation?
two way communication- patient's tissues react to palpater's…
14 terms
OPP practical
UE Scapulofascial release
Thoracolumbar myofascial release
Thoracic and Rib myofascial diagnosis
Thoracolumbar junction inhibition
1. Patient lateral recumbent ... 2. Grasp scapula completely lat…
1. Patient prone, feet off table ... 2. Place hands palms down,…
1. Patient supine; heals on table ... 2. You sit at the head of…
1. Patient supine with arms crossed over chest; you're at sid…
UE Scapulofascial release
1. Patient lateral recumbent ... 2. Grasp scapula completely lat…
Thoracolumbar myofascial release
1. Patient prone, feet off table ... 2. Place hands palms down,…
21 terms
OPP Lecture 4
Palpation
What kind of communication is Palpation?
Where does sensory information come fr…
What are touch (mechanoreceptors)?
application of variable manual pressure to the surface of the…
two way communication- patient's tissues react to palpater's…
Mechanoreceptors... Thermoreceptors... Nociceptors
Touch- mechanical stimulation of epithelial layer (both super…
Palpation
application of variable manual pressure to the surface of the…
What kind of communication is Palpation?
two way communication- patient's tissues react to palpater's…
192 terms
OPP II final
neuropraxia
axonotemesis
neurotemesis
4 branches of the median nerve
reversible compression of a nerve
preservation of nerve sheath with afferent fiber degeneration…
nerve completely severed... not true entrapment
articular... muscular... AIN... palmar cutaneous branch
neuropraxia
reversible compression of a nerve
axonotemesis
preservation of nerve sheath with afferent fiber degeneration…
63 terms
OPP Test 2
Sphincter of Oddi
Sphincter of Oddi
Pylorus
Pylorus
palpable at the right umbilicus-midclavicular line, 3 finger-…
right upper quadrant pain associated with gall bladder surger…
palpable at the right xiphoid-umbilicus line, 4 finger-breadt…
right upper quadrant pain associated with abdominal pain and…
Sphincter of Oddi
palpable at the right umbilicus-midclavicular line, 3 finger-…
Sphincter of Oddi
right upper quadrant pain associated with gall bladder surger…
OPP: Perception and touch
Sensorimotor integration
Proprioception
Acuity
Perception
• Ability to sense abnormal tensions, movement and texture ch…
(spatial awareness)... • Ability to sense not only where you are…
- the sense organ is functioning... - E.g., 20/20 vision
- The data stream is... interpreted and understood
Sensorimotor integration
• Ability to sense abnormal tensions, movement and texture ch…
Proprioception
(spatial awareness)... • Ability to sense not only where you are…
OPP dates
August 6, 1828
1853
1857
1861
AT Still born
AT Still settled in Kansas and began training as physician
AT Still elected to Kansas Legislature
AT Still entered military service Union Army
August 6, 1828
AT Still born
1853
AT Still settled in Kansas and began training as physician
182 terms
OPP 3
1828
1874
1892
1917
birth of AT Still
AT Still "flung banner of osteopathy to the breeze" June 22
American School of Osteopathy opens in Kirksville (1893- 1st…
Death of A.T. Still
1828
birth of AT Still
1874
AT Still "flung banner of osteopathy to the breeze" June 22
44 terms
OPP II Exam III
Still Technique: For a superior clavic…
Still Technique: For an inferior clavi…
Still Technique: Where is the monitori…
Still Technique: For anterior innomina…
start - affected arm anterior and inferior... ends - abducted an…
start up by the head... end anterior and inferior
lower pole of the SI joint
adduction
Still Technique: For a superior clavic…
start - affected arm anterior and inferior... ends - abducted an…
Still Technique: For an inferior clavi…
start up by the head... end anterior and inferior
25 terms
OPP Test 1
prolonged muscle shortening, stretchin…
pain in the muscle itself, referred pa…
Latent
Active
Causes of Trigger Points
What do trigger points cause?
type of trigger point that is tender to palpation but does no…
trigger point that causes pain in the muscle, referred pain,…
prolonged muscle shortening, stretchin…
Causes of Trigger Points
pain in the muscle itself, referred pa…
What do trigger points cause?
37 terms
01 OPP Static Symmetry
T2
T4
Angle of Louis
T9
Level of suprasternal notch
Vertebral level of Sternal Angle
Another name for Sternal Angle
Vertebral level of Xiphoid Process
T2
Level of suprasternal notch
T4
Vertebral level of Sternal Angle
OPP 501 Lab 1
What are the 9 landmarks of the head?
Angle of Mandible
Supraorbital Ridge
Supraorbital Notch/Foramen
Glabella... Supraorbital Ridge... Supraorbital Notch/Foramen... Angle…
What are the 9 landmarks of the head?
Glabella... Supraorbital Ridge... Supraorbital Notch/Foramen... Angle…
Angle of Mandible
14 terms
OPP w8-12
Dr. Lawrence Jones
Strain-Counterstrain Definitions (3)
Proposed Mech
Classifications of Counter strain
discovered strain-counterstrain by accident
1. system of dx and tx that considers the dysfunction to be a…
Passive: physician dependent - pt going into position of ease…
Dr. Lawrence Jones
discovered strain-counterstrain by accident
Strain-Counterstrain Definitions (3)
1. system of dx and tx that considers the dysfunction to be a…
121 terms
OPP Final Exam
function of the iliolumbar ligament
fnx of the sacrospinous AND sacrotuber…
what is facial continuity?
compare male/female innominates:... false…
stabilize the anterior movement of L5
prevents anterior rotation of sacrum on a transverse axiswhen
when hamstring hypertonicity causes ipsilateral innominate po…
(male first, female second)... false pelvis: deep / shallow ... pel…
function of the iliolumbar ligament
stabilize the anterior movement of L5
fnx of the sacrospinous AND sacrotuber…
prevents anterior rotation of sacrum on a transverse axiswhen
226 terms
OPP total
Principle Muscles of inspiration
Principle muscles of expiration
Movement of the ribs in inspiration
Diaphragm muscular attachments
Thoracic Diaphragm... External Intercostals... Levator Costarum... Th…
-Thoracic Diaphragm (passive recoil)... Sternocostalis... Internal…
the ribs are elevated anteriorly and during expiration they a…
Lower 6 ribs b/l, xiphoid, crura: L1-4 Right, L1-3 Left... -*I t…
Principle Muscles of inspiration
Thoracic Diaphragm... External Intercostals... Levator Costarum... Th…
Principle muscles of expiration
-Thoracic Diaphragm (passive recoil)... Sternocostalis... Internal…
13 terms
OPP PEOP
function (PEOP)
dysfunction (PEOP)
person (PEOP)
psychological (PEOP)
a level of competency in his ability to perform and master oc…
a person's OP is limited and restricted. Therefore, occupatio…
Psychological ... Cognitive ... Physiological... Spiritual... Neurobehavi…
personality & motivation
function (PEOP)
a level of competency in his ability to perform and master oc…
dysfunction (PEOP)
a person's OP is limited and restricted. Therefore, occupatio…
320 terms
OPP Exam Two
what motion is in the sagittal plane?
what is the pivot in the sagittal plane?
what motion is in the horizontal/trans…
what is the pivot in the horizontal/tr…
flexion & extension
horizontal axis
rotation
vertical axis
what motion is in the sagittal plane?
flexion & extension
what is the pivot in the sagittal plane?
horizontal axis
14 terms
OPP OA
occupation (OA)
adaptive capacity (OA)
relative mastery (OA)
OA process (OA)
1. Actively involve the person... 2. Meaningful to the person... 3.…
a person's ability to recognize the need for change, modifica…
a person's self-assessment of his occupational response that…
a complex series of steps and factors that occur when a perso…
occupation (OA)
1. Actively involve the person... 2. Meaningful to the person... 3.…
adaptive capacity (OA)
a person's ability to recognize the need for change, modifica…
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