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1

Fascial congestions resulting from lymph stasis secondary to visceral dysfunction (due to inflammation, spasm, or distention) describes what?

Gangliform contractions

2

Vibratory stimulation is utilized for reduction/elimination of the Chapman's Points, what are the 3 steps utilized?

1) Apply somewaht heavy and even uncomfortable pressure to gangliform mass

2) Slowly move tip of finger in circular (clock or counterclockwise) --> continue for 10-30 sec

3) Cease treatment when mass disappears or patient can no longer tolerate procedure

3

Where are the Chapman's points for the Arms (anterior or posterior)?

Posterior:

- Superior medial border of scapula

- C2 lateral to SP

4

Where are the Chapman's points for the Spleen, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Between ribs 7 and 8 at the costochondral junction on the left

Posterior: 

- Lateral to T7 on the left

5

Where are the Chapman's points for the Tonsils (anterior or posterior)?

Anterior:

- Between ribs 1 and 2 just lateral to the manubrium

6

Where are the Chapman's points for the Esophagus, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Between ribs 2 and 3 parasternally

Posterior:

- Lateral to T2 spinous process

7

Where are the Posterior Chapman's points for the Stomach and Liver?

Stomach:

Lateral to T5 and T6 spinous process on the LEFT

Liver:

Lateral to T5 and T6 spinous process on the RIGHT

8

Where are the Anterior Chapman's points for the Stomach, liver, and Gallbladder?

Stomach:

- Between rib 5/6 and 6/7 at costochondral junction on the LEFT

Liver and Gallbladder:

- Between rib 5/6 and 6/7 at costochondral junction on the RIGHT

 

9

Where are the Chapman's points for the Pancreas both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Between ribs 6 and 7 at costochondral junction on right

Posterior:

- Lateral to T7 spinous porcess on the right

10

Where are the Chapman's points for the Small Intestine both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Between ribs 8/9, 9/10, and 10/11 bilaterally at costochondral junction

Posterior:

- Lateral to T8, T9, and T10 SP's

11

Where is the Chapman's point for Intestinal Peristalsis, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Lateral to AIIS bilaterally

Posterior:

- Superior surface of rib 11, medial to the rib angle

12

Where are the Chapman's points for the Appendix, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Tip of the 12th rib on right

Posterior:

- Lateral to T12 on the right

13

Where are the Chapman's points for the Colon, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- IT band (as if the colon were displaced along the femurs; cecum at the right greater trochanter and hepatic flexure just above the right knee

Posterior:

- Transverse processes of L2, L3, and L4

14

Where are the Chapman's points for the Rectum?

Posterior

- Posterior-lateral sacrum 1/2 way between sacral sulcus and ILA

15

Where are the Chapman's points for the Bronchus, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- RIb 2/3 intercostal space at sternal border

Posterior:

- Lateral to spinous process of T2

16

Where are the Chapman's points for the Upper lung, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Rib 3/4 intercostal space at sternal border

Posterior:

- Lateral spinous process of T3

17

Where are the Chapman's points for the Lower lung, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Rib 4/5 intercostal space at sternal border

Posterior:

- Lateral spinous process of T4

18

Where are the Chapman's points for the Myocardium, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Rib 2/3 intercostal space parasternally

Posterior:

- Superior border of T3 (lateral to spinous process)

19

Where are the Chapman's points for the Adrenal, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- 2cm superior and 2cm lateral to umbilicus

Posterior:

- Lateral to spinous process of T11

20

Where are the Chapman's points for the Kidneys, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Anterior abdominal wall 1cm superior/lateral to umbilicus

Posterior:

- Lateral to spinous process of L1

21

Where are the Chapman's points for the Ureters?

Posterior:

- Transverse process of L2

22

Where are the Chapman's points for the Bladder, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Umbilicus

Posterior:

- Transverse proces of L3

23

Where are the Chapman's points for the Urethra?

Anterior:

- Superior surface of the pubic bone

24

Where are the Chapman's points for the Seminal Vesicles?

Posterior:

- Anterior/superior surface of the PSIS and posterior femoral head

25

Where are the Chapman's points for the Uterus, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- 2cm lateral (from midline) to inferior pubic bone

Posterior:

- Posterior-transverse process of L5

- Sacral sulcus

26

Where are the Chapman's points for the Ovaries, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Pubic tubercle

Posterior:

- Inferolateral portion of T10

27

Where are the Chapman's points for the Broad Ligament, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Posterior aspect of IT band

Posterior:

- Sacral sulcus

28

Where are the Chapman's points for the Vagina?

Posterior:

- Sacral sulcus

29

Where are the Chapman's points for the Fallopian Tubes?

Posterior:

- Posterior femoral head

- Superomedial to PSIS

30

Where are the Chapman's points for the Thyroid Gland, both anterior and posterior?

Anterior:

- Rib 2/3 intercostal space at parasternal border

Posterior:

- Lateral to spinous process of T2