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principles of osteopathic medicine

1. The human being is a dynamic unit of function.
2. The body possesses self-regulatory mechanisms that are self-healing in nature.
3. Structure and function are interrelated at all levels.**
--- [Normal body structure promotes normal body function/Improving the functionality of the body will promote good health/Truing up the frame of the body will allow it to function more efficiently]
4. Rational treatment is based on these principles.

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what does "truing up" the frame of the body do?

-- Promotes normal arterial circulation.
-- Promotes normal venous and lymphatic return.
-- Improves the health of the tissues.
-- Decreases the wear-and-tear on the joints from normal use.
-- Decreases the wear-and-tear on the joints from extraordinary use.

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define somatic dysfunction

- impaired or altered function of related components of the somatic system or body framework

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key indicators that somatic dysfunction is present ***

TART

tenderness
asymmetry of motion and position
restriction of motion
texture changes of the tissues

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We describe/document SD by position and motion characteristics

The position of a body part as determined by ...

-- palpation (described in relation to other body structures or landmarks).

-- The directions into which the body part moves freely.

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acute v. chronic SD

Acute: Redness, Swelling, Tenderness, Pain

Chronic: Tenderness, Itching, Ropiness, Paresthesias (altered sensation)

Both: tissue contraction/increased tension

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what is a restrictive barrier? how do you identify it?

-- Asymmetry of joint motion caused by restrictive barriers indicates a problem exists.
-- Often times it is somatic dysfunction.
-- These barriers are often caused by muscular strains.
-- Strained muscles are often tighter than normal and restrict joint motion.

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jones tender point

-- The injury is often due to over-stretching resulting in a strain.
-- A strained muscle will typically have a tender point in a specific location along its’ length

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the limit of passive motion =
the limit of active motion =

anatomic barrier
physiologic barrier

elastic barrier = The range between the physiologic and anatomic barrier in which passive ligamentous stretching occurs

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the hallmark of SD

restrictive barrier
- Functional limit within the anatomic range of motion that abnormally diminishes the normal physiologic range of motion.

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if the following m are tight ..,
psoas
hamstrings
popliteus
gastrocnemius
soleus

Reduced hip extension
Reduced knee extension
Reduced knee extension
Reduced ankle dorsiflexion
Reduced ankle dorsiflexion

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what do you do for muscle strain?

-- Can’t be made normal by just stretching.
-- To establish a lasting lengthening of strained muscles:
----Resolve the strain.
----Allow the muscle to reach a normal length by normal use.
----Stretch the muscle

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what is OMM?

-- The intent is to restore symmetry of position and motion, to improve body function and restore health.
-- OMM is to be integrated into management of the whole patient

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describe indirect OMM

The body part is moved away from the restrictive motion barrier.

It is placed in a position where tissue tension is decreased and equal in one or all planes and directions.

The physician holds and directs the body part until a tissue release is noted

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describe counterstrain

- Dysfunction is considered to be a continuing, inappropriate strain reflex.
- The reflex is inhibited by putting slack in the area of strain in the muscle:
--- Find a tender point in the strained muscle.
--- Position the muscle so that the tenderness is 75-100 % relieved.
--- Hold the position for 90 seconds.
-The circuit is broken and the strain is “erased.”

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describe indirect myofascial release

The muscle/connective tissues are carried away from the restrictive barrier.

A force is applied and maintained until a release is observed

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describe direct OMM

The body part is taken to the restrictive barrier.

The physician guides and moves the body part through the restrictive barrier to motion.

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describe muscle energy (isometric technique)

The patients muscles are actively used on request:
--- The patient is asked to push…
--- From a precisely controlled position…
--- Against a distinctly executed physician counterforce .
--- An equal counterforce in this case

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describe LVMA low velocity moderate amplitude

A joint is carried through its full motion.

The activating force a repetitive springing motion or repetitive movement of the joint through the restrictive barrier

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body interconnectivity: body -->

foot --> ankle --> knee --> hip --> innominate --> SI joint --> sacrum --> spine