ANLS 1615 Cervicals - Cervical Misalignment C2 C7 s s s s s Comparing the relationship between two vertebrae Primary misalignment is posterior

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Cervical Misalignment C2- C7 Comparing the relationship between two vertebrae Primary misalignment is posterior compared to the vertebra below Check for posteriority Check for spinous rotation Check for laterally wedging A listing does not have to have to have spinous rotation or lateral wedging
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The Cervical Misalignment If the spinous rotates to the side of open wedge the contact will be the spinous process If the spinous rotates to the side of the closed wedge then the contact will be the lamina on the opposite side
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Lateral Cervical
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The Aligned Occiput Viewed Laterally
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Occiput - Lateral Cervical Place two points behind the mastiod - draw a line - Place two points in atlas ( Atlas plane line) Compare
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Occiput - Lateral Cervical If there is an open wedge in front - then the occiput has moved AS ( anterior and superior) If there is an open wedge in the back - then the occiput has moved PS (posterior and superior) The first 2 letters of occiput are determined by the lateral cervical X-ray
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANLS 1615 taught by Professor Johnh.romfh during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANLS 1615 Cervicals - Cervical Misalignment C2 C7 s s s s s Comparing the relationship between two vertebrae Primary misalignment is posterior

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