OMM Review-COMLEX-Step1

OMM Review-COMLEX-Step1 - Acute myositis contributing...

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Goals of muscle energy technique Postisometric re­ laxation Reciprocal inhibition Contraindications for muscle energy technique Is muscle energy direct or indirect Acute myositis etiologic factors Acute myositis contributing factors Acute myositis involves what muscles Acute myositis is also sometimes called _
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Used when antagonistic mu­ scles are contracted Increased tension on Golgi organ proprioceptors in tendons - inhibits active muscles contraction - Decrease asymmetry - Decrease hypertonicity - Lengthen fibers - Reduce restraint of movement - Alter related respiratory and - Systemic toxicity - Infection - General exhaustion - Fatigue Direct - Painful muscle or group of muscles - Patient with low vitality who could be further compromised - post surgical or patient with MI Torticollis - Deep para vertebral - Pre vertebral - Posterior peri vertebral - Excessive draft - Chilling - Prolonged stressful positioning - Occupational stress
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Describe treatment for acute myositis Whiplash injury is what kind of injury What is worse hyperextension or hyperflexion Whiplash - Wright Whiplash- McHenry Whiplash McKeever Benign cervical vertigo Muscle tension headache Describe direct technique
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course MS 1 taught by Professor Fall2008 during the Fall '08 term at Nova Southeastern University.

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