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Where is the thrust directed for OA HVLA?

Opposite eye (of rotation)

2

Direction of thrust for cervical rotational technique?

Opposite eye

3

Direction of thrust for cervical sidebending technique?

Opposite shoulder

4

Direction of force for flexed thoracics?

At dysfunctional segment and aimed toward floor

5

Direction of force for extension thoracics?

At vertebrae below dysfunctional segment and thrust is aimed 45 degrees cephalad

6

Direction of force for neutral thoracics?

Aimed toward floor, sidebend away

7

Technique for a purely flexed/extended thoracic lesion?

Use bilateral fulcum (thenar eminence under one TP and flexed MCP under the other TP)

8

Which rib cannot be treated using Kirksville Krunch?

Rib 1

9

Location of thenar eminence when treating ribs using KK?

Posterior rib angle of key rib

10

Pt position for rib 1 inhalation dysfunction HVLA?

Supine, SB toward rotate away

11

Doc's hand placement for rib 1 inhalation dysfunction HVLA?

1st MCP on tubercle of rib 1

12

Direction of thrust for rib 1 inhalation dysfunction?

Posterioanterior and caudad

13

Which vertebrae can be treated with HVLA using the lumbar roll?

T10-L5

14

Arm position when treating type II dysfunction with TP up?

Pull inferior arm down

15

Arm position when treating type II dysfunction with TP down?

Pull inferior arm up

16

Arm position when treating type I dysfunction with TP up?

Pull inferior arm up

17

Arm position when treating type I dysfunction with TP down?

Pull inferior arm down

18

Patient position for lumbar roll?

Lateral recumbent

19

Purpose of pulling inferior arm down when treating with lumbar roll?

Induce sidebending