Posterior arch, Torque, Static Palpation

This allows the doctor to maintain a better contact

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Unformatted text preview: to the curved nature of the neck, all posterior arch listings have an S-I, A-P tissue pull. This allows the doctor to maintain a better contact. ASRA (alt) Stabilization arm, in line with, but anterior to pts. shoulder ASR (alt) Stabilization arm, in line with, but posterior to pts. shoulder ASRP (alt) Stabilization arm well posterior to pts. shoulder ASR (alt) • LOC S-I, R-L • TP S-I, A-P • RI/TQ Clockwise • DS • PP Medium (2 ” pivot) Right side up ASRP (alt) • LOC S-I, R-L, P-A • TP S-I, A-P • RI/TQ Clockwise • DS • PP Full (3 ” pivot) Right side up ASRA (alt) • LOC S-I, R-L, A-P • TP S-I, A-P • RI/TQ Clockwise • DS • PP Minimal (1 ” pivot) Right side up...
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