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1

Isometric contraction

This is the type of contraction in MET

No net movement between origin and insertion, the physician is applying an equal force to the patient contracting their muscle

Think of your biceps brachii being used to hold a weight. They aren’t moving, just holding it there in mid air.

2

Isotonic contraction with concentric motion

Aka

Isotonic Concentric contraction

Movement of a muscle with a decrease in origin and insertion distance (they’re coming closer together).

Same example as before, now you;re contracting your biceps brachii and moving the weight up to you.

Aka

Curls for the girls

3

Isotonic contraction with eccentric movement

Aka

Isotonic Eccentric Contraction

Movement of a muscle with a separation of origin and insertion (they’re getting further apart).

Same example, now you’re lowering the weight down because you just did 100 and all the ladies are like omg he’s so vascular

4

Isolytic contraction

This is a subcatagory of Eccentric movement

Same example, except now you’re going to failure with a heavy weight and the weight of the weights overcomes your biceps brachii and you drop them. Whoops, luckily no one saw that.

Think of the physician overpowering the contraction of the patient. This type of contraction is only performed by an outside force on the patient, and THERE IS A SEPARATION OF ORIGIN AND INSERTION

5

When were DO’s accepted as equal to MD’s

1963

6

The pressure that is applied to ST is __________ than MFR

Greater

7

ART is well tolerated in what patient populations?

Elderly
Arthritic
Post-op

8

Both MET and ART are what?

Direct techniques (engage the barrier)

9

When using MET, explain what happens in a broad term

1. Physician engages the barrier
2. Pt. Pushes or pulls in the direction fo ease of motion (in the direction of the SD)
3. Hold for whatever, release, then re-engage

10

What is performed with valgus testing

Ulnar abduction
Wrist adduction
Ulnar deviation

11

What is performed with a varus stress test

Ulnar adduction
Wrist abduction
Radial deviation

12

Tender point vs trigger point

Tender point = palpation results in localized pain only

Trigger point = palpation results in referred pain away from site

13

What are the movements for LE supination

Add Plants In your Soup

Adduction, plantarflex, inversion

14

What is a zink pattern

The common compensatory pattern

15

What is the N. For GTO

1b N.

16

MET isometric relaxation inhibits what neuron

Alpha motor neuron

17

Elevating the scapula causes what

Abduction and inferior glide of SC joint

18

Depressing the scapula causes what

Adduction and superior glide of the SC joint

19

Increasing the carrying angle means what

Ulnar abduction

20

Decreasing the carrying angle means what

Ulnar adduction

21

ART technique in reference to barriers

Through restrictive barrier to anatomical barrier

22

Cephalad vs cauded hand

The cephalad hand is just closer to the patient’s head

23

What kind of stretch is used in forward bending supine

Longitudinal stretch

24

What kind of stretch is used in contralateral traction

Perpendicular stretch

25

What kind of stretch is used in thoracic prone pressure

Perpendicular stretch

26

What kind of stretch is used in prone pressure with counterpressure

Longitudinal stretch

27

What kind of stretch is used in lower thoracic, under the shoulder, lateral recumbent

Perpendicular

28

What kind of stretch is used in prone pressure lumbar

Perpendicular stretch

29

Stretch with prone pressure with counter leverage

Perpendicular stretch

30

What force is used for superior popliteal space/hamstring MFR

Spreading force