Multiple Choice Questions March 7and9
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Multiple Choice Questions March 7and9

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Integrative Medicine Multiple-Choice Questions March 7&9 (Answers on separate page following last question) 1. Which of the following is true with regard to Osteopathy? a) Osteopathy evolved in response to irrational and ineffective medical practices in the 1800s b) Knowledge of physiology is key to understanding, preventing, and treating the mechanisms of disease c) The potential for disease is thought to be...

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Medicine Integrative Multiple-Choice Questions March 7&9 (Answers on separate page following last question) 1. Which of the following is true with regard to Osteopathy? a) Osteopathy evolved in response to irrational and ineffective medical practices in the 1800s b) Knowledge of physiology is key to understanding, preventing, and treating the mechanisms of disease c) The potential for disease is thought to be increased by restrictions in the movement of organs and structure d) Both a) and c) e) Both b) and c) 2. According to Dr. Still: a) The goal of meditation is to increase the subtlety of awareness and thereby facilitate a spiritual transformation b) The body is a unit with continuous connection through the fascia c) Disease symptoms invariably arise from the affected part of the body d) All of the above e) Both b) and c) 3. Research challenges encountered by those interested in investigating Osteopathy include: a) Standardization of treatment protocols is problematic since similar symptom profiles have different anatomical causes b) Osteopathy practice is essentially nonexistent in the United States thereby leading to undue practitioner bias c) Several osteopathy techniques may work equally well for a given disorder d) Both a) and b) e) Both a) and c) 4. Osteopathy is thought to be useful in the treatment of all except which of the following: a) Learning disorders b) Osteoseparitus (bone breaks or fractures) c) Chronic infections d) Asthma e) None of the above 5. Medical Doctors who wish to pursue the field of Cranial Osteopathy: a) Can do so after receiving only 500 hours of musculoskeletal system study b) Do not need to complete any additional training other than one year of supervised practice c) Medical doctors must train an additional 5 years to be certified d) Both a) and c) e) None of the above 6. Research regarding the efficacy of Osteopathy indicates that: a) There is no evidence to suggest the efficacy of Osteopathy b) Osteopathy has been shown to decrease patients blood pressure c) Osteopathy treatment has been effective treatment of colds Osteopathy d) has been found to be no better than placebo or sham in treating hypertension and hyperactivity e) Both b) and c) 7. All but which of the following are principles of Osteopathy? a) Structure and function are interdependent b) Alleviation of pathos or symptoms is paramount c) The rule of the artery is supreme d) The unity of the human being e) All of the above 8. Which of the following forms of Massage therapy must be delivered by a registered practitioner? a) Relaxational massage b) Swedish massage c) Shiatsu massage d) Both b) and c) e) Both a) and c) 9. Research concerning massage therapy indicates: a) Efficacy in the treatment of infants and premature infants b) Massage therapy has been successful with fibromyalgia patients c) Massage therapy has been shown to be no better than imitation massage therapy d) Research participants heart rate, blood pressure, and skin temperature have all been affected by massage therapy e) All except for c) 10. Massage therapy has been contraindicated for which of the following? a) Over localized eczema b) Kidney failure c) Emboli d) All of the above e) Both a) and c) 11. According to the text, clinical evidence suggests that Hatha yoga is efficacious in the treatment of: a) Musculoskeletal ...

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