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Flashcards in CCP for year II Deck (46):
1

C2 is rotated and side bent how?

to the left

2

The head side bends to which side?

right

3

T1 rotates and side bends how?

To the right

4

Which infraclavicular area is concave and compressible?

Right

5

T2-6 are what?

Neutral side-bent left and rotated right

6

The lower thoracic area shifts better to which side?

Left

7

The pelvis rolls how?

Right better than left

8

Which iliac crest is high?

left

9

The pelvis torsions which way?

left (posterior left/anterior right)

10

What is the sacral SD?

left on left torsion

11

Which arm is short?

Left

12

Which leg is long?

Right

13

Which leg is externally rotated?

Right

14

True or false: all systems are disrupted by CCP

True

15

True or false: CCP is always, or will become painful

False-May only be an issue if the body is stressed or injured

16

Why are departures from CCP significant?

Generate an uncompensated fascial pattern

17

True or false: you should treat patients who are in pain, by bringing them back to CCP

True

18

When should you treat CCP?

Improve structure and function

19

Type I SDs of the back are caused by which muscles?

Long restrictor muscles

20

How may tender points do pts in CCP have?

18

21

Which tender points should you concentrate on?

Postural/tonic muscles

22

Postural muscles respond to dysfunction how?

facilitation/hypertonicity

23

Phasic muscles respond to dysfunction how?

hypotonicity

24

What is Fryette's first principle ?

side bending and rotation are opposite when neutral

25

Shortened levator scap/ upper trap generate what SD?

Upper cervical side bent right, rotated left

26

Shortened/inhibited lat dorsi/lower trap causes what SD?

T2-6 side bent left, rotated right

27

Tight posas causes what?

Pelvis side bends left, left crest high

28

Tight hamstrings causes what SD?

Left leg long

29

How do you have a more permanent effect on CCP? (4)

Treat strain
Stretch muscle
Move bones
Strengthen core

30

If an out of pattern SD persists in spite of treatment, what should you think of?

Visceral pathology

31

If there is pain with CCP, is this always a red flag?

Could be

32

What happens to the fascial system with CCP?

Increases resting tension

33

What happens when there is a change in structure with CCP?

Change in function

34

What happens to the dural system with CCP?

Increases resting tension

35

What happens to the autonomics with CCP?

Instability

36

What happens to the diaphragm with CCP?

Decreased efficiency

37

What happens to venous and lymphatic return with CCP?

Decreased

38

What happens to the respiratory system with CCP?

Reduced efficiency and increased vulnerability to disease

39

What happens with venous and lymphatic return with CCP?

Tourniquet effect

40

Why are type I SDs of the back problematic?

Generates and uncompensated fascial pattern

41

What are the four significant departures from CCP?

-Type I SDs
-Type II SDs
-Significant sacral
-Significant innominates

42

What are the muscles that maintain the cervical CCP?

Levator scap
Upper trap

43

What are the muscles that maintain the thoracic CCP?

Lat dorsi and lower trap

44

What are the muscles that maintain the pelvis CCP?

Psoas

45

What are the muscles that maintain the leg SDs?

Hamstrings

46

Who should you refer patients who have out of pattern, non-musculoskeletal concerns to?

Dr. Jason H. Parvis, DO