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Parietal Lift

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What is the clinical indication for parietal lift?

Decompress squamosal (parietal-squamous) suture

Usually caused by teeth grinding

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Frontal Lift tx

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What is the clinical indication for frontal lift?

Restricted frontal mobility

Augment SBS flexion

Frontal HA

Sinus congestion

Pediatric development issues

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5-Finger Temporal Hold

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What are the clinical indications for Temporal Assessment and Rocking?

Eustachian tube dysfxn

TMJ

Bell's Palsy

Lateral head/suture pain

Cranial torsions

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Temporal Assessment and Rocking

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What are the clinical indications for temporal pull?

Balance tentorium cerebelli (um..what??)

Disengage jugular foramen

Release petrosphenoid

BLT for occipitomastoid

Headache

Vertigo

Tinnitus

TMJ

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Temporal Pull

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TMJ Decompression

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What is the clinical indication for TMJ decompression

 

TMJ restriction (duh)

Mandible restriction

Neck pain

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In general, what is the contra-coup points for the pressure regions?

The point 180 degress around the head from the pressure point

Attached image for gunners

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V-Spread

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Occipitomastoid release

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Sagittal Suture release

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Pterigo (Spheno)palatine Ganglion Inhibition/Stimulation

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What is the difference between stimulation and inhbition of the pterigo/sphenopalatine ganglion?

Stimulation - rotatory force => thins nasal mucus, increase tears

Inhibition - hold and wait for relaxation