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4 Types of TherEx with Strong Evidence for LBP

1. Manual Therapy

2. Trunk coordination, strengthening, and endurance exercises

3. Centralization procedures and exercises

4. Progressive endurance exercise and fitness activities

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4 Classification/Treatment strategies for the L-spine

1. Williams Flexion - reduce lordosis

2. McKenzie - extension based tx

3. Treatment Based Classification - categories by Delitto

4. Movement System Impairment (MSI) Syndromes

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MSI Purpose

Develop classification system that guides intervention

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3 Parts of the MSI Process 

1. Standardized exam - allows id of all contributing factors

2. Develop/teach precise exercise program

3. Address alignment/movement patterns associated with functional and fitness activities 

 

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Term: How movement induces pathology through cumulative microtrauma

Kinesiopathology

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Describe the effect of repeated movements and sustained postures

It can alter tissue characteristics, making them more or less susceptible to injury or damage

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Term: Accessory motion hypermobility

Direction susceptible to movement 

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Term: Path of least resistance

Relative flexibility

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Describe relative flexibility

If you have to springs in series (one tight, one loose), and apply tension the loose spring will be the 1st to give.

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Describe your ability to change muscle length

You can't change a short mucles but you have some ablity to change a stiff muscle

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Term: less sacromeres, physically shorter

Short muscle

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Term: More sacromeres, physically longer

Lengthened muscle

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Describe the difference between general weakness and a lengthened muscle that is weak 

A lengthened muscle will be weak in a shortened position

A generally weak muscle will be weak throughout the whole range

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Condition: Presensts with excessive IR

Anteversion

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Condition: Presents with excessive ER

Retroversion

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Describe the type of block a CAM impingement imposes

A bony block due to excessive growth of the femoral head/neck

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5 Most Prevalent L-Spine MSI Classifications

1. Lumbar rotation with extension

2. Lumbar extension

3. Lumbar rotation

4. Lumbar rotation with flexion 

5. Lumbar flexion 

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Describe which position is best for abdominal contraction according to McGill

You want high levels of contraction with low levels of compression on the spine, plank, side plank, and bird dog position accomplish this goal

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Describe McGills 3 requirements for stability

1. 10-25% max isometric contraction

2. Sucess in daily activities (low levels of activity, maintained over time > endurance)

3. Abdominals (plank, side plank, bird dog)

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Describe the effect on the infrasternal angle on the external obliques

A widened angle of ~ 100 indicated lengthened external obliques