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1

Who invented BLT?

William G Sutherland

2

What are the indications for BLT?

SD that involve ligamentous articular strains

 

Areas of lymphatic congestion or local edema

3

Who invented FPR?

Stanley Schiowitz

4

What are the indications of FPR?

Myofascial or articular somatic dysfunction

5

What are the absolute contraindications for FPR?

Unstable fracture

Unstable vitals

Exacerbation of neurological symptoms

6

Who did the title reference work for Still's technique?

Richard Van Buskirk

 

Take a Bus to Kirksville

7

How much localizing force do we use in Still's technique?

Less than or equal to 5 lb of force