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The_Spin - 30-60 deg sciatic nerve 70-90 deg S-I joint...

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05/29/11 1 The Spine PED 217
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05/29/11 2 Anatomy 5 regions of the spine 33 vertebrae Pars interarticularis – thinnest part of the neural arch, most susceptible to stress fractures Atlas & Axis
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05/29/11 3 Anatomy cont… Discs – separate and cushion vertebrae Composition? Form of lubrication? Anatomical variations Kyphosis Lordosis Scoliosis
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05/29/11 4 Preventing Injuries to the Spine 1. Strengthening musculature (having a good core will protect from a lot of back issues) 2. Protective equipment 3. Maintaining full ROM 4. Teaching proper technique Specific considerations to area: Cervical Lumbar
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05/29/11 5 Special Tests Standing position Forward bending Backward bending Side bending toward affected side Supine position SLR – affected leg: 30 deg hip or nerve
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Unformatted text preview: 30-60 deg sciatic nerve 70-90 deg S-I joint dysfunction 05/29/11 6 Cervical Spine Conditions • Cervical Fractures • Cervical Spine Stenosis(think tendon) – Scare tissue and inflamation, doesn’t allow full ROM – Can cause nuerological issues 05/29/11 7 Cervical Disk Herniation • Can you locate the area of herniation? • Prolapse – pertruding • Extrusion – nucleus goes all the way through, but is still in tact • Sequestration – squeeze all the way through and fluid 05/29/11 8 Lumbar Spine Conditions • Spondylosis, Spondylolysis, Spondylolisthesis – Losis • Degenerative (arthritis) – Lolysis • Defect/ Stress fracture of the Pars Intercarticularis – Lolisthesis • Forwad Slippage of vertebrae...
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  • Spring '08
  • Bartz
  • Spinal disc herniation, Spondylolisthesis, Cervical Spine Conditions, Cervical Disk Herniation, Pars Intercarticularis

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