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Cervical Adjusting..Schalow - CERVICAL ADJUSTING SUMMARIZED...

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Unformatted text preview: CERVICAL ADJUSTING SUMMARIZED BY PHILIP ROBERT SCHALOW EDITED BY DR. M. JOHNSON, D.C. distributed with permission PALMER-GUNS T EAD LISTINGS OCCIPUT _ Anything with "PS-" 1n front of it is taken 1n the cervical chair, using CP #10A and SP #4 (on the atlas TV?) and SP Them (011 Zygomatic bone 1n front of the ear). Anything with an "AS-" 1n front of it is taken in the cervical chair. Use CP #1 of both hands and stabilize with a condyle block at the poster arch of the atlas against the Doctor's sternum _ ATLAS ASR, ASRA, ASRP, ASL, ASLA, ASLP C.C. using CP #9 and SP #4 on segment below A T LAS ALTERNA IE PRONE All"AI" listings (AIR, ARA, AIRP, AIL, AILA, AILP) KC, Hylo, pelv1c bench CP #1, SP 1s the knuckle over the pisiform or pisiform over pisiform. Use torque to open the convergence of APL with OPL as determined fi'om the Lateral Film. Remember that on the K C, the patient turns the head toward the side of contact and places the arm on that side over the headpiece. C2-C7 IN THE C. C. For simple listings, use CP #6 (contacting the spinous process on the side of laterality) and SP #4 on the segment below, but angle yOur contact arm 45° to the patients shoulder. ' For rotatory listings, use CP #6 (on the lamina opposite the side of Spinous laterality), but angle the contact arm 60° to the patient's shoulder. C2-C7 ALTERNATE DOUBLE THUMB PRONE For simple listings, use CP #9 of superior hand on the contact, and place SP #9 of the inferior hand on top of that For rotatory listings, stand on the opposite side (from theside of spinous laterality), and place CP #9 on the lamina on your side, then SP #9 on the opposite lamina. This 15 the "kissing thenar" position. DIVERSIFIED LISTINGS OCCIPUT Sub: PSRP, PSLP Supine, using CP #1 and SP #4 below This move is for correcting the posterior side of the rotated occiput. Notice the fourth letter of the listing. ATLAS: SeD _ —ASRP, ASLP , - ' -ARP, AILP - Notice they are all listings with posterior rotations (the fourth letter indicates rotation). The Backless Chair, CP #4, SP #11 With listings ASRA, ASLA, ARA, AILA (all anterior "rotation listings"), you stand 45° forward of your starting position to minimize the adjustment force vector which might increase the mis- ‘ alignments laterality. , SuD - ASRP, ASLP -- AIRP, AILP , -- Notice they are all posterior "rotation listings." _ Supine, using CP #7 or '8, SP's on the occiput above and C2 below with the "split- get" hold. .4205: SeD ' ' ' Body Left, Body Right -- PR, PL -- PR-L, PL-L -- PRI-L, PLI—L TheBaeklessChair,CP#4, SP#11 _ _ Keep in mind where the convexity of the scoliosis is. Frankly speaking, this is not a move for PRS or PLS listings, or even for a simple "P" listing. PD AXIS ONLY Body right, Spinousleft - Body lefi Spinous right (this indicates a severe rotation). ‘ Use a double contact, CP #9 on the spinous (on the side of laterality) and CP #7 or,#8 on the , - lamina-pedicle junction (on the side of body rotation. Then stabilize on the segmentabove using 1 SP #1 1. This is a prone move, with a thrust that resembles a downward ratcheting of the- rotated axis. ' C2-C6 SuD Body right, Bodyleft, ‘ _ 86D and sun mainly -- PR, PL . correct Rotation. -— PR-L, PL-L - -- PRI-L, PLI-L _ _ V , Use 0? #7 or #8, with SP "split~fmger" above and below the segment adjusted. ' C2-C6 PD Body right, Body left, -- PR, PL -- PR-L, PL-L -- FRI-L, PLI-L Prone, using CP #7 or #8 with SP #11 on segment above C7-T2 Mm MTM and DP mainly -- p , correct laterality. ' -- PR, PL ‘ - PRS, PLS CP #9 with a trapezious "lift," SP #11 on the segment above. C74? DP TI-T3 MDP - P -- PR, PL -- PRS, PLS Use CP #1 and SP 'I‘henar (and be sure to observe 45° angles between contact arm and patients shoulder, contact arm, and patient's back). 3‘ -- PR—T, PL-T --PRI-T,PLI-T , _ _ , . ; ‘ CP #1 and SP Thenar. This is a "Straight-arm“ movecontacting the prominent transverse process, which is naturally on the side opposite spinous laterality. ‘ OOO=uC._. .uwm—u. mumEu mcU >._._.>m § . >m_»_u. >=£u. >mEu. >=._u . mcU , >m_..~_u. >:u~_u. >mEu. >__._u , mmD >2»? 22>. >m_.>. >=.> mmU >X_m mOU< 30.14.. m220cm rmfl. _uU . wOU< _.m_u._. m_u_ZO.cm 30.1... 8% o:_ >x_m § , wOU< _.m_u._.. wOU< £0.14 who 3». EMF. _um_-_.. _u_.. _u_.-_.. _u_._._. ON - Om . 2.. EL... 3..-? _u_..~. 2a-? UNI. mcU _ A E. _u_.-_.. _u:-_.. 2». 21.. 3+ 3 Q - .3 _u. E». nmm. 2.. 2b 2:: , . _... um ram 2. Pm. Eu .3 - $ 23. mm; 2.9 2.3 :2. 335mg 5 .s. gas—.33. 0.0.. 3b.. 238 122.com g .33 Gawain—nun on... ”2.233 323.22. ...
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