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1

What are the list of characteristics of a Chapman's reflex point?

Dense, firm, and smooth nodules (aka. ganglioform) about the size of a B.B. that produce a sharp, pinpoint, non-radiating pain.

2

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the middle ear, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

middle/superior aspect of the clavicle

3

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the sinuses, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

superior aspect of 2nd ribs

4

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the pharynx, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

top of the 1st rib

5

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the esophagus, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 2nd and 3rd rib

6

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the bronchus, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 2nd and 3rd rib

7

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the larynx, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 2nd and 3rd rib

8

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the heart, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 2nd and 3rd rib

9

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the upper lung, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 3rd and 4th rib

10

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the lower lung, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 4th and 5th rib

11

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the stomach (acidity), where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between 5th and 6th rib LEFT

12

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the liver, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between the 6th and 7th rib RIGHT

13

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the gall bladder, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

between the 6th and 7th rib RIGHT

14

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the appendix, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

Tip of the 12th rib

15

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the Left adrenal, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

around the umbilicus

16

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the left kidney, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

around the umbilicus

17

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the bladder, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

around the umbilicus

18

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the prostate, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

along the IT band

19

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the ovaries, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

top of the pubic symphysis

20

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the sigmoid, where would you find it's anterior Chapman's reflex point?

along the side of the upper left femur

21

If a patient comes complaining of sinusitis of the transverse colon, where would you expect to find the Chapman's reflex point of the transverse colon relative to the descending colon?

Lower on the femur

22

Where would you expect to find the sympathetic celiac ganglion? What does it innervate?

T5-T9 (subxiphoid)

Innervates stomach, duodenum, lier, gallbladder, spleen and pancreas

23

Where would you expect to find the sympathetic superior mesenteric ganglion? What does it innervate?

T10 and T11 (halfway between xiphoid and umbilicus)

Innervates small intestine below duodenum, right colon, kidneys, and adrenals.

24

Where would you expect to find the sympathetic inferior mesenteric ganglion? What does it innervate?

T12-L2 (above umbilicus)

Innervates left colon, pelvis, rectum

25

What do you treat first when you are treating Chapman's Reflexes/sinusitis?

The pelvis, and THEN myofascial techniques for chapman's reflexes.

26

If you had pain in the galbladder, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Celiac ganglion; T5-9 (subxiphoid)

27

If you had pain in the stomach, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Celiac ganglion; T5-9 (subxiphoid)

28

If you had pain in the liver, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Celiac ganglion; T5-9 (subxiphoid)

29

If you had pain in the pancreas, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Celiac ganglion; T5-9 (subxiphoid)

30

If you had pain in the jejunum, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Superior mesenteric ganglion; T10-11 (1/2 way between xiphoid and umbilicus)

31

If you had pain in the kidneys, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Superior mesenteric ganglion; T10-11 (1/2 way between xiphoid and umbilicus)

32

If you had pain in the left colon, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Inferior mesenteric ganglion; T12-L2 (right above the umbilicus)

33

If you had pain in the rectum, which ganglia is receiving sympathetic input? Where would this ganglia be found?

Inferior mesenteric ganglion; T12-L2 (right above the umbilicus)