OMMCounterstrain-COMLEX-Step1 - Treat the worst TP 1st 7...

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1. Is conterstrain a direct or indirect tech? What are the 5 steps? 2. What is the Larry's hypothesis for maintaining the dys? 3. explanation of the tech 4. Why 90 seconds? 5. What is the difference between Tenderpoint Active Trigger Point Latent Trigger Point 6. In your search for the location of the somatic dys, how many qualities do you need? flexion injuries produce __ TP? extension? SB? Treat the worst TP 1st! 7. What are the contraindication for CS? 8. what is a common error in CS? 9. what are the three reason for maintaining contact with the TP?
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a is the original injury, but B is tender. Reposition to the injury of a, and unload B and stretch A Jones hypothesized that an aberrant reflex in the gamma motor system was at work in creating and maintaining the muscular dysfunction. indirect! 1Find a significant tende­ rpoint 2) Position the patient for maximum comfort (position of injury) 2. Pain is not enough! Flexion injuries produce anterior tenderpoints Extension injuries produce posterior tenderpoints Sidebending left injuries produce Soft tissue location that is tender to palpation. Site within a
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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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OMMCounterstrain-COMLEX-Step1 - Treat the worst TP 1st 7...

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