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gentle sub maximal isometrics assists with blank and maintenance of strength

circulation

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these two things can also be done during inflammatory stage of healing usually

sub maximal isometrics, retrograde massage

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during proliferation phase blank tissue loading should be used

progressive

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proliferation phase is often up to blank weeks post injury

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this should be used until pain during proliferation phase

arom

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blank submaximal isometrics should be used during proliferation phase

multiangle

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muscle fibers that are first to atrophy

slow twitch

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initiation and progression of blank can be done during proliferation stage

stretching

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grade 1 and 2 joint mobilization are used to blank

modulate pain

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grade 3 and 4 joint mobilizations are to improve blank

range of motion

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grade 1 mobes go to what percent of range

less than 25%

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grade 2 mobes go to blank of the range of motion

50%

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grade 3 mobes go to about blank of range of motion

full

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grade 4 mobes go blank range of motion

past

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grade 1,4 mobe oscillation is blank

small

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grade 2, 3 mobe is blank oscillation

large

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during maturation phase the pt should blank on the patient to get them back to blank

hammer, full function

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proper form, stretching, and techniques for exercising should be reinforced most during blank phase

maturation

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persistent discomfort past blank hours should cause concern

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time range to stretch

30 - 60 secs

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ligaments and tendons take a blank amount of time to stretch than muscles

longer

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chronic inflammation, repetitive microtrauama and repreated strain overload should be treated as blank stage of healing

inflammation

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a few things to look for that can cause a perpetual inflammatory process

weakness, muscle length/strength imbalance, bone misalignment, poor posture

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tension loads are resisted by blank

ligaments tendons

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compressive loads are resisted by blank

bone,

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patients with a musculoskeletal dysfunction... two choices for intervention

add biomechanical load, remove load

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contractile tissue inadequacy... we expect passive ROM should be blank than AROM

greater

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tissue length inadequacy .... there will be blank between AROM and PROM

no difference

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examples of tissue length inadequacy

muscle flexibility, capsuloligament extensibility, capsulolig restraint

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examples of contractile tissue inadequacy

tissue reactivity, decreased muscle contractility, decreased motor control

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if there is a contractile tissue inadequacy, and decreased muscle contractility, then blank and blank can be tested

endurance, sttregnth

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if there is a tissue reactivity problem then what could be wrong

compression or tendon load intolerance

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reactive tissues should have blank loads to get better

small

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reactive tissues should not have blank put on them for treatment

high loads

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two length abnormalities of tissue

inelastic, inflexible

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two contractile abnormalities of tissue

strength, endurance

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two infrastructure abnormalities of tissue

degenerative, osteoporosis

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three things that are excessive that can cause injury

frequency, intensity, duration

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if "the premorbid tissue is NORMAL and the premorbid biomechanical load is NORMAL" then

the PT will never see that patient

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window of appropriate cyclic loading

wolffe's law