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Exam1 psychological considerations in rehab
what are the stages of grief by kubler…
what are some psychological risk facto…
What are some things both genders expe…
What are some things females experienc…
Denial... anger ... bargaining(lynch added this in 1988)... depression…
introversion/extroversion... locus of control... self concept... anxie…
frustration,angry, and discouraged
more emotional(+and-)... more cooperative, optimistic, hopeful... m…
what are the stages of grief by kubler…
Denial... anger ... bargaining(lynch added this in 1988)... depression…
what are some psychological risk facto…
introversion/extroversion... locus of control... self concept... anxie…
Rehab psychology
3 causes of autism
3 categories of speech disorder
PL 94-142
deaf
genetic predispositions... abnormal brain chemistry and developm…
articulation... -production of speech sounds... -distortion (lisp)…
LRE... FAPE... IEP... procedural due process... parent participation... nond…
...
3 causes of autism
genetic predispositions... abnormal brain chemistry and developm…
3 categories of speech disorder
articulation... -production of speech sounds... -distortion (lisp)…
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Rehab Psychology
5 components to the grieving process
What is psychogenic pain
How can you remember waddells non-orga…
What are waddells non organic signs
-denial ... -anger... -bargaining ... -depression... -acceptance
pain characterized by abnormal illness behaviors
DRSTO
-distraction (less pain when attention is diverted) ... -regiona…
5 components to the grieving process
-denial ... -anger... -bargaining ... -depression... -acceptance
What is psychogenic pain
pain characterized by abnormal illness behaviors
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Rehab Psychology
What are the 3 avenues of research in…
What is an example of stress from cogn…
What are moderating factors that influ…
Two components of the stress response
Injury prediction, prevention and recovery, these avenues are…
the demand's of a situation exceeding one's resource capabili…
1. Coping Mechanisms- Resources to help one deal with stress.…
Stress from cognitive appraisal (demands > capabilities) ... Phy…
What are the 3 avenues of research in…
Injury prediction, prevention and recovery, these avenues are…
What is an example of stress from cogn…
the demand's of a situation exceeding one's resource capabili…
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psychology of hearing loss-aural rehab exam 1
counseling
assertiveness training
psychosocial support
Benefits of counseling
overall goal is to help the patient with hearing loss ... -under…
teaching the patients to express themselves in an assertive w…
achieve long term self sufficiency in managing psychosocial a…
-understand hearing loss better... -accept the hearing loss a li…
counseling
overall goal is to help the patient with hearing loss ... -under…
assertiveness training
teaching the patients to express themselves in an assertive w…
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Aural Rehab: Exam 1 (Psychology of Hearing Loss)
counseling
assertiveness training
psycho social support
informational counseling
helps patients understand and solve their related hearing pro…
teaches patients to express themselves assertively in the int…
professionals help the patients achieve long term self suffic…
informing patient about hearing loss
counseling
helps patients understand and solve their related hearing pro…
assertiveness training
teaches patients to express themselves assertively in the int…
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A TR Exam 1 (Components of Rehab/Psychology)
Therapeutic Exercise
Conditioning Exercise
Philosophy of Athletic Injury Rehabili…
Components and Goals of Rehabilitation…
exercise used as part of rehabilitation program
activities that are used to minimize injury and maximize perf…
-coach should rely on athletic trainer to design, implement,…
Short term goals... -provide correct and immediate first aid t…
Therapeutic Exercise
exercise used as part of rehabilitation program
Conditioning Exercise
activities that are used to minimize injury and maximize perf…
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Rehab 1
Which refers to the muscle's ability t…
In one sentence, what is the purpose o…
T or F Collagen is produced during the…
Which refers to the mobility of muscle…
Endurance
...
True
Flexibility
Which refers to the muscle's ability t…
Endurance
In one sentence, what is the purpose o…
...
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Rehab 1
Leisure activity skills
Social interaction skills
Leisure resources
Leisure awareness
Traditional and non-traditional
Dual, small/large groups
activity opportunity, resources: family, community, home, sta…
knowledge of leisure, self-awareness, leisure/play attitudes,…
Leisure activity skills
Traditional and non-traditional
Social interaction skills
Dual, small/large groups
Rehab 1
What is ATC IS IT?
How long do you do motions w/out stres…
How long should a rehab be?
What is a normal reaction to injury in…
Avoid aggravation, timing, compliance, individualism, specifi…
3-5 days
30-60 mins
Anger, depression, anxiety, panic, relief
What is ATC IS IT?
Avoid aggravation, timing, compliance, individualism, specifi…
How long do you do motions w/out stres…
3-5 days
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Rehab #1
Chemical Mediators
Fibroblastic
3 weeks
1 year
What drives the process of inflammation?
When does the fibroblastic stage start?
How many weeks until a non-vascular scar happens?
How long might it taken before maturation is complete?
Chemical Mediators
What drives the process of inflammation?
Fibroblastic
When does the fibroblastic stage start?
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Rehab 1
A / an
Ante
Anti
Brady
Without, lack of
Before, in front of
Against
Slow
A / an
Without, lack of
Ante
Before, in front of
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Rehab 1
H & P
Consultation
Plan of Care (POC)
Informed consent
History and Physical
same exam done by a non-admitting doctor
meds, diagnostic testing, surgical consult, labs and PT
providing sufficient information about the proposed treatment…
H & P
History and Physical
Consultation
same exam done by a non-admitting doctor
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INTRO TO REHAB (test #1)
Define Rehabilitation
Where does the word Rehabilitation com…
What is the origin or past definition…
What is the current definition of Reha…
"to make able"
The Latin word "habil" (meaning able)
Civil or common law of the middle-ages... Common meaning then wa…
Making a person aware of the potential and providing him/her…
Define Rehabilitation
"to make able"
Where does the word Rehabilitation com…
The Latin word "habil" (meaning able)
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Rehab Psychology Exam 3
You are concerned that not all of the…
You have been asked by your school to…
You and the other teachers at your gra…
You have just been contacted by a soci…
Response Cards (students hold up in response to questions pos…
Half hour on cooperative learning:... 1. Elements of cooperative…
I would choose the collaborative strategic reading model beca…
Teach students to use context clues to figure out the meaning…
You are concerned that not all of the…
Response Cards (students hold up in response to questions pos…
You have been asked by your school to…
Half hour on cooperative learning:... 1. Elements of cooperative…
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Aural Rehab 1
goals of treatment
prelingual time of onset
perilingual time of onset
postlingual time of onset
improved quality of life... use of devices to assist with commun…
begins before speech
begins while you're learning to talk
begins after you've acquired speech and language
goals of treatment
improved quality of life... use of devices to assist with commun…
prelingual time of onset
begins before speech
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Injury & Rehab Psychology Midterm
Why aren't stage models the best?
What are the three major themes of adj…
What are the four implications for reh…
Whom should SMPs counsel? (From most i…
They don't adequately represent the recurrent progression of…
(1) The search for meaning in the disability and post-disabil…
(1) Make provisions for long-term follow-up services acting a…
Injured athletes, uninjured athletes, parents, and students i…
Why aren't stage models the best?
They don't adequately represent the recurrent progression of…
What are the three major themes of adj…
(1) The search for meaning in the disability and post-disabil…
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general rehab/rehab phase 1
what are the phases of amputee rehab
what are some complication expected w/…
what the general goals for amputee rehab
how soon should an amputee begin rehab
1: wound care... 2: preprosthetic... 3: fitting and training
-Pain: incisional/phantom... -Edema: must be controlled to fit p…
-Minimize pain ... -Reduce edema/promte healing... -Prevent loss of…
earlier rehab = better outcomes
what are the phases of amputee rehab
1: wound care... 2: preprosthetic... 3: fitting and training
what are some complication expected w/…
-Pain: incisional/phantom... -Edema: must be controlled to fit p…
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PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF REHAB
Injury prone athletes tend to be/have :
Who is at risk?
Kubler-Ross: 5 Stages of grief
irrational thinking
-risk takers... -high score on life stress event scale... -poor cop…
-Females (ACL)... -Those with hx of injuries (can lead to contra…
1. grief - the whole process... 2.denial- lonely, anxious, isola…
-exaggeration... -oversimplification... -over-generalization of inj…
Injury prone athletes tend to be/have :
-risk takers... -high score on life stress event scale... -poor cop…
Who is at risk?
-Females (ACL)... -Those with hx of injuries (can lead to contra…
Rehab Biomechanics Test #1
Biomechanics
Anatomy
Torque
How is Torque (T) calculated?
The study of internal and external forces acting on a living…
The study of the structure of the body.
Off-axis force
_=muscle force multiplied by the perpendicular distance from…
Biomechanics
The study of internal and external forces acting on a living…
Anatomy
The study of the structure of the body.
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Aural Rehab quiz #1
What type of sound carries the majorit…
Consonants give us ....
Components of speech perception/compre…
Normal Human ear's range
vowels... - vowels are easiest to hear ... - have longer duration :…
90% intelligibility
1) Detection... - awareness of sound, ability to detect there…
20-20,000 Hz
What type of sound carries the majorit…
vowels... - vowels are easiest to hear ... - have longer duration :…
Consonants give us ....
90% intelligibility
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Rehab Practical 1- Nerves
Superficial Peroneal Nerve (TT)
Superficial Peroneal (Entrapments)
Superficial peroneal mobilization
Sural Nerve (TT)
Ankle: PF + Inversion... Knee: Full ext... Hip: flexion + IROT
1. inferior extensor retinaculum- medial, inferior to lateral…
1. ankle goes from DF & EV to PF & INV while pressuring at en…
Ankle: DF & Inversion... Knee: full ext... Hip: bring into flexion…
Superficial Peroneal Nerve (TT)
Ankle: PF + Inversion... Knee: Full ext... Hip: flexion + IROT
Superficial Peroneal (Entrapments)
1. inferior extensor retinaculum- medial, inferior to lateral…
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Rehab Psych Exam #1
cooperative teaching
labels
disability
blindness
process of general education and special education teachers w…
___ are capable of stigmatizing and negatively affecting people
the inability or a reduced capacity to perform a task in a sp…
an example of a disability
cooperative teaching
process of general education and special education teachers w…
labels
___ are capable of stigmatizing and negatively affecting people
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Unit 1- Rehab
Primary muscles of inspiration?
Normal range for PaCO2?
If PaCO2 is higher than 45, is it acid…
Normal range for HCO3?
Diaphragm, Scalenes, Parasternals
35 to 45
Acidic
22 to 28
Primary muscles of inspiration?
Diaphragm, Scalenes, Parasternals
Normal range for PaCO2?
35 to 45
Rehab 1 Vocab
Agonist
Antagonist
Synergist
concentric
- a muscle that causes specific movement or possibly several…
a muscle that acts in opposition to the specific movement gen…
- a kind of muscle that performs, or helps perform, the same…
an overall shortening of the muscle occurs as it generates te…
Agonist
- a muscle that causes specific movement or possibly several…
Antagonist
a muscle that acts in opposition to the specific movement gen…
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Neuro Rehab 1
Oculomotor dysfunctions
SUCCO
NSUCO
K-d test (king devick test)
A sensorimotor anomaly of the ocular motor system where the c…
The patient is asked to follow the target from left to right,…
Three areas of graded performance:... 1.- Ability: Can attention…
Based on the time to perform rapid number naming.
Oculomotor dysfunctions
A sensorimotor anomaly of the ocular motor system where the c…
SUCCO
The patient is asked to follow the target from left to right,…
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Rehab terms 1
Flexion
Extension
Pronation
Supination
Bending of a joint
Straightening of a joint
Palm down
Palm up
Flexion
Bending of a joint
Extension
Straightening of a joint
Rehab Ch. 1
Rehabilitation in general terms is def…
Rehabilitation refers to:
Rehabilitation broadly defined:
Rehabilitation in the past...
a philosophy, a concept, a discipline, or a service delivery…
a process of restoring an individual to the fullest levels of…
a societal response to the needs of a sector of the populatio…
provided a right to simple survival, dependency, and custodia…
Rehabilitation in general terms is def…
a philosophy, a concept, a discipline, or a service delivery…
Rehabilitation refers to:
a process of restoring an individual to the fullest levels of…
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Aural Rehab Exam 1
Prevalence
Incidence
Scope of Practice
Aural Rehabilitation
the number of individuals per segment of the population with…
number of people diagnosed with a condition
document that specifies appropriate areas of practice for its…
Ecological, interactive process that facilitates one's abilit…
Prevalence
the number of individuals per segment of the population with…
Incidence
number of people diagnosed with a condition
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Rehab Documentation Abbreviations 1
before
after
with
without
/a
/p
/c
/s
before
/a
after
/p
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lecture 1 rehab
disability
impairment
handicap
impairment
any limitation where one is unable to perform an activity due…
damage or weakening of physiological, psychological and anato…
obstacle for an individual which results from a disability or…
what is a broken leg defined as (disability impairment or han…
disability
any limitation where one is unable to perform an activity due…
impairment
damage or weakening of physiological, psychological and anato…
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Rehab Test # 1
Instructions given when dealing w/ Chr…
Objectives - Rehab and Healing
Therapeutic Exercise & Healing - Infla…
Therapeutic Exercise & Healing - Proli…
identify -> modify
prevent de-conditioning and return patient efficiently yet sa…
no exercise. relief of pain, spasm, and edema
ROM, pain relief
Instructions given when dealing w/ Chr…
identify -> modify
Objectives - Rehab and Healing
prevent de-conditioning and return patient efficiently yet sa…
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Cardiopulm rehab Exam 1
What is Cardiac Output?
What is stroke volume?
What is systole?... -diastole?
What is TPR?
amount of blood ejected per minute... (CO = SV * HR)
blood ejected per beat
heart is contracting... -heart is relaxed, fills with blood
Total Peripheral Resistance... (resistance to blood flow)
What is Cardiac Output?
amount of blood ejected per minute... (CO = SV * HR)
What is stroke volume?
blood ejected per beat
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Aural Rehab test 1
Acoustic Reflex
Ipsilateral
Contralateral
Tympanometry
contraction of the middle ear muscles in response to intense…
reflex is stimulated and measured in the same ear.
stimulus is in the tested ear and measurement probe is in the…
the measurement of middle ear pressure, determined by the mob…
Acoustic Reflex
contraction of the middle ear muscles in response to intense…
Ipsilateral
reflex is stimulated and measured in the same ear.
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Rehab 1 Vocabulary
Energy Transfer Systems
ATP-PC
Lactic Acid System
Oxidative Phosphorylation
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
intermediate power; moderate intensity and short duration.…
low power and endurance ... The conversion of kreb cycle interm…
Energy Transfer Systems
metabolic systems involving a series of chemical reactions re…
ATP-PC
an anaerobic energy system in which ATP is manufactured when…
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Exercise Rehab Week 1
Open chain for quads
Open chain for pecs
Open chain Rhomboids
Open chain Biceps
Leg extensions... Variation:
Pec flies
-Seated row... -Row w/ arms extended
Bicep curl
Open chain for quads
Leg extensions... Variation:
Open chain for pecs
Pec flies
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Aural Rehab Terms 1
Conductive hearing loss
sensorineural hearing loss
mixed hearing loss
time of onset
damage in the outer or middle ear
hearing loss in the inner ear or nerve of hearing
a combination of conductive and sensorineural loss
when the hearing loss occurred (congenital, prelingual, peril…
Conductive hearing loss
damage in the outer or middle ear
sensorineural hearing loss
hearing loss in the inner ear or nerve of hearing
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Rehab Exam #1
Rules of Rehab
What do we need to know?
The ______ we know about A-E, the more…
What else do we need to know?
1. Create an environment for optimal healing... 2. Above all els…
1. Functional biomechanics and neurology... 2. Tissue healing... 3.…
more, conservative, ineffective
1. Structure involved... 2. Type and Severity of Injury... 3. Obser…
Rules of Rehab
1. Create an environment for optimal healing... 2. Above all els…
What do we need to know?
1. Functional biomechanics and neurology... 2. Tissue healing... 3.…
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rehab terms week 1
flexion
extension
pronation
supination
bending of a joint
straightening of a joint
palm down
palm up
flexion
bending of a joint
extension
straightening of a joint
243 terms
Rehab Audiology Exam 1
What is Aural Rehabilitation
Aural Habilitation
Aural Rehabilitation
Audiologists Role in Aural Rehabilitat…
Facilitate language acquisition/habilitation... Reduce restricti…
Parent advising/counciling/tutoring... Very young children with…
Restoring lost state of function... Requires a team (Audiologist…
Provides counciling services... Insurance doesn't cover this... Not…
What is Aural Rehabilitation
Facilitate language acquisition/habilitation... Reduce restricti…
Aural Habilitation
Parent advising/counciling/tutoring... Very young children with…
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Exercise Rehab Theory 1
Hypertrophy
Atrophy
Hyperplasia
Isotonic contraction
Increase in cell size
Decrease in mass of muscle
Abnormal increase in number of cells
Joint moves through ROM against resistance
Hypertrophy
Increase in cell size
Atrophy
Decrease in mass of muscle
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Rehab: Terminology Week 1
Flexion
Extension
Pronation
Supination
bending of a joint
straightening of a joint
palm down
palm up
Flexion
bending of a joint
Extension
straightening of a joint
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Rehab 1: Patient Safety
Fall
First thing to do when entering patien…
Follow Protocol
Safety Rules
when knees hit the floor
wash hands... assess environment... - trip hazards... - what is hooked…
based on patients surgeon's wants ... - includes what you would…
DO NOT WALK AWAY FROM UNSTABLE PT... when in doubt get help... Pre…
Fall
when knees hit the floor
First thing to do when entering patien…
wash hands... assess environment... - trip hazards... - what is hooked…
12 terms
Rehab week 1 terms
Flexion
Extension
Pronation
Supination
Bending of a joint
Straightening of a joint
Palm down
Palm up
Flexion
Bending of a joint
Extension
Straightening of a joint
12 terms
Rehab terms week 1
Flexion
Extension
Pronation
Supination
Bending of a joint
Straightening of a joint
Palm up
Palm down
Flexion
Bending of a joint
Extension
Straightening of a joint
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Chapter 1 Aural Rehab.
Aural Rehabilitation Definition
Audiologic Habilitation
Audiologic Rehabilitation
Competent providers of AR services know:
Professional processes performed in collaboration with a clie…
Remediation for children having a hearing loss at birth
Restore a lost state or function
1) characteristics of hearing impaired 2) effect of HL on peo…
Aural Rehabilitation Definition
Professional processes performed in collaboration with a clie…
Audiologic Habilitation
Remediation for children having a hearing loss at birth
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Snhs rehab abbreviations 1
Abd
Add
ADL
Amp
Abduction
Adduction
Activities of daily living
Amputation
Abd
Abduction
Add
Adduction
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topics in rehab 1
purpose for disablement model
disablement models
WHO ICIDH
WHO ICF
- what factors influence impairments, activities, participati…
- Nagi... - WHO ICIDH... - institute of medicine... - WHO ICF
- disabilities and handicaps... - handicap = social disadvantage…
revision to fix problems of ICIDH which were... - insufficient a…
purpose for disablement model
- what factors influence impairments, activities, participati…
disablement models
- Nagi... - WHO ICIDH... - institute of medicine... - WHO ICF
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Neuro Rehab Unit 1
compensatory
remedial
if you ask someone to do something, it…
acute care
using equipment... adding or taking something away during an act…
"fixing it"... ex) exercises, name-game, repetition
compensatory
medically unstable
compensatory
using equipment... adding or taking something away during an act…
remedial
"fixing it"... ex) exercises, name-game, repetition
57 terms
Cancer Rehab - Topics 1
CA rates increase w/ age, 1.6 million…
5 yr survival for many ca sites is 68%…
May have extensive impairments and act…
main symptoms reported by patients wit…
why cancer is common
why cancer is chronic
why cancer complex
chronic fatigue
CA rates increase w/ age, 1.6 million…
why cancer is common
5 yr survival for many ca sites is 68%…
why cancer is chronic
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