Final Exam Spring 2009 - Each question has one best answer...

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Each question has one best answer 1. The patient is positioned in side posture. The doctor is contacting the inferior medial aspect of the right PSIS with a kick stabilization. What is the torque? a. Clockwise b. Counterclockwise c. No torque 2. The patient is positioned left side up, the doctor contacts the right side of the spinous. What is the contact point? a. Right pisiform b. Left pisiform c. Right fingertips d. Left fingertips 3. The doctor is contacting the left spinous of L4 with their pisiform. How is this patient positioned for what move? a. Right side up push b. Left side up push c. Right side up pull d. Left side up pull 4. The doctor is contacting ½ way between the PSIS and S2 on the patient’s left sacrum. The doctor’s fingers are pointing down to the table. Which side of the patient is down? a. Right b. Left 5. L4 is in extension, there is a right rotation restriction and a right scoliosis. What is the SCP? a.
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