Lecture 4 Evaluation Procedures and X-ray

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Unformatted text preview: All intellectual property within this PowerPoint Presentation , including but not limited to, images, text, code, graphics, tutorials, and design are the property of John W. Strazewski, D.C., and/or the publications for which the photograph or images were originally made and reproduced are protected under United States and International Copyright laws. All elements of this PowerPoint Presentation are not to be downloaded, other than the normal viewing process, nor copied, linked to, reproduced, manipulated, altered in any way, shape or form electronic or otherwise, or used in any manner without prior written consent from John W. Strazewski, D.C., and payment for such use is received in full. All images on this PowerPoint Presentation are NOT part of the public domain. Use of an image for the basis of another derivative work is a violation of U.S. and International copyright laws. Violation of these terms will result in industry standard payment of three times the normal usage fee. Infringements of these terms will be pursued to the maximum extent of the law, which includes a $150,000 penalty per infringement. Viewing this PowerPoint Presentation constitutes explicit agreement with the terms of this copyright declaration. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Instrumentation • Leg Check • Palpation • Symptomatology Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic • Analytical Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Tumors Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Tumors Anomalies Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Tumors Anomalies Etc. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Tumors Anomalies Etc. • Analytical (placement) Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • X-ray • Diagnostic Fractures Tumors Anomalies Etc. • Analytical (placement) Determine listings, not subluxations Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Instrumentation (primary) Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Instrumentation • Used to determine when to and when not to adjust. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Instrumentation • Used to determine when to and when not to adjust. • Never (by itself) where. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Instrumentation • Used to determine when to and when not to adjust. • Never (by itself) where. • Leg check (secondary) Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Instrumentation • Used to determine when to and when not to adjust. • Never (by itself) where. • Leg check • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation (secondary) Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Static Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Static • Structure recognition Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Static • Structure recognition • Muscular evaluation Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Static • Structure recognition • Muscular evaluation • Motion Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Palpation • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Static • Structure recognition • Muscular evaluation • Motion • A comparative study Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Symptomatology (least important) Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Symptomatology • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Symptomatology • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Least important of the five on a routine visit. Chiropractic Evaluation Procedures • Symptomatology • Used as a determining factor as to when to and when not to adjust. • Least important of the five on a routine visit. • ADJUST SUBLUXATIONS, NOT SYMPTOMS! Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP Patient Placement Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS Patient Placement Doctor Stance Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS • CP Patient Placement Doctor Stance Contact Point Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS • CP • SCP Patient Placement Doctor Stance Contact Point Segmental Contact Point Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS • CP • SCP • CH Patient Placement Doctor Stance Contact Point Segmental Contact Point Contact Hand Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS • CP • SCP • CH • SH Patient Placement Doctor Stance Contact Point Segmental Contact Point Contact Hand Stabilization Hand Chiropractic Abbreviations • PP • DS • CP • SCP • CH • SH • TQ Patient Placement Doctor Stance Contact Point Segmental Contact Point Contact Hand Stabilization Hand Torque Chiropractic Abbreviations • TP Tissue Pull Chiropractic Abbreviations • TP • RI Tissue Pull Roll in Chiropractic Abbreviations • TP Tissue Pull • RI Roll in • LOC Line of Correction Definitions • Accommodation- The need of the doctor to alter body position in order to allow the minimal and equal elbow bend. Definitions • Accommodation- The need of the doctor to alter body position in order to allow the minimal and equal elbow bend. • Adjustment-Delivery of a specific dynamic thrust to a motor unit so as to remove the subluxation complex. Definitions • Arch- Position of doctor’s hand to allow a specific pisiform contact. Definitions • Arch- Position of doctor’s hand to allow a specific pisiform contact. • Depth- Distance the contact point travels before recoiling (pectoralis). Definitions • Arch- Position of doctor’s hand to allow a specific pisiform contact. • Depth- Distant contact point travels before recoiling (pectoralis). • Speed- Velocity of the contact point (triceps). Definitions • Toggle (Joint)- A knee-like joint that transmits pressures at right angles. It has two arms that are hinged together at an angle. A force applied at the hinge, causing the angle to straighten, produces a much greater force at the end of the arms. Definitions • Recoil-The vibratory or oscillatory motion of a system, due to the innate elasticity of that system in response to the application of a force until a new equilibrium is realized. CP/SP Palmer Upper Cervical Line Analysis Characteristics of Accuracy • Proper x-ray equipment Characteristics of Accuracy • Proper x-ray equipment • Properly installed Characteristics of Accuracy • Properly assessed • Proper alignment Characteristics of Accuracy • Proper Patient Placement Listing Systems • A listing is defined as the process of comparing one segment relative to another segment or an established norm. Listing Systems • A listing is defined as the process of comparing one segment relative to another segment or an established norm. • A “standard” needs to • be established in order to make a comparison. The listing is based on this standard. 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RIGHT SPINOUS RIGHT-BODY PIVOT SPINOUS LEFT-BODY PIVOT ENTIRE SEGMENT RIGHT ENTIRE SEGMENT LEFT SPINOUS RIGHT-BODY PIVOT, ENTIRE SEGMENT RIGHT SPINOUS LEFT-BODY PIVOT, ENTIRE SEGMENT LEFT SPINOUS RIGHT-BODY PIVOT, ENTIRE SEGMENT LEFT SPINOUS LEFT-BODY PIVOT, ENTIRE SEGMENT RIGHT ...
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