ANLS 1610 Weeks 7-8 Instrumentation

ANLS 1610 Weeks 7-8 Instrumentation - Week Seven The only...

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Week Seven
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The only difference between a healthy body and a dis-eased body is its ability to meet and adapt to its environment. The subluxation prevents proper adaptation by interfering with the normal transmission of mental impulses from the brain cell to tissue cell. You, the Chiropractor, are solely responsible for the detection and removal of subluxation, thus the health of land is in your hands. Dr. B.J. Palmer
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Gonstead Break Analysis A Break is…. A rapid deflection of the needle back and forth over the distance of a single spinal segment or sensory/dermatomal field. It is a repeatable finding.
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Heat Swings. .. A slow deflection of the needle which occurs over a multi-segmental area. The heat swing is a broad, sweeping movement of the needle. The needle movement of a break is a sharp, well defined movement.
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Heat Swings VS. A Break
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Foundations of Break System. .. The Subluxation must demonstrate a break. The instrumentation post-check must show a change. (best reading occurs 6 hours later) Instrumentation findings will suggest when to adjust again. Break must occur to same side. The appearance of the break may assist the Doctor in locating probable areas of involvement.
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Five Criteria of a Subluxation Instrumentation- breaks- rapid and repeatable deflection of the needle over single spinal unit. Static Palpation for edema. Motion Palpation for a fixation. Visualization for high musculature. X-ray shows a misalignment or degenerative changes.
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Regulating Internal Balance Homeostasis - the existence of a stable internal environment Normal RANGE -ex. HR young adults at rest 60- 80bpm, during sleep 45-60bpm, during heavy exercise 160-180bpm Autoregulation - occurs when activities of a cell, tissue, organ or system change automatically when there is some change in the internal environment Ex. A cell needs O2, releases chemicals to blood flow so cell gets more O2
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Regulating Internal Balance Extrinsic Regulation -Results from the activities of the nervous, endocrine, organ, or systems that can control or adjust the activities of many different systems simultaneously. Ex. When you exercise the NS commands a in HR so that blood will circulate faster. The NS then blood flow to organs, such as the digestive tract, to O2 to the active muscles.
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Homeostatic Regulation Negative Feedback - acts to eliminate the stimulus or reduce the its magnitude - Ex: Thermoregulation Positive Feedback - initial stimulus produces a response that exaggerates the stimulus - Ex: Labor and Delivery
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ANLS 1610 Weeks 7-8 Instrumentation - Week Seven The only...

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