ANLS 1617 VSC Complex - temp Edema Decreased lymphatic...

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Kinesiopathology  –  Motion  Test –  deviation  from normal  biomechanical joint  action  ( hypo/hyper jt mobility, loss of jt play ) Neuropathophysiology  –  Special  Test – basic  nerve changes  resulting From VSC Compression  Lesion – “ pinched   nerve ”,  Diminished  fxn Facilitated  Lesion –  Most  Common,  Increased  fxn/ irritation Myopathology  –  Static  Palp –  2  basic muscle changes due to altered nerve fxn  by VSC Hyper activity – from  Facilitated  Lesion,  spasm / contracture Hypo activity – from  Compression  Lesion, loss of  tone atrophy , or  myofibrositis Histopathology  –  Static  Palp –  4  types of tissue changes resulting from VSC Inflammation  –  local  response to injured tissue, 
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Unformatted text preview: +++ temp Edema Decreased lymphatic drainage Swelling - +++ hydrophilic action, produces pressure Degeneration chronic process of repair & fibrotic repair Pathophysiology Special Test Both local / peripheral changes in Both biomechanical/electrical activities Local toxins damage nerve sheaths , weaken / degen disks , ligs , jts , & bone changes (i.e. fractures & osteophytes) Peripheral Axoplasmic circulation carries neurotoxins to end organ & create pathology. Retrograde axoplasmic flow returns toxins to original subluxation & Overloads site...
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