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connective tissue is a blank substance

colloidal

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heat or pressure changes ground substance from a dense gel to a more liquid state

thixotropy

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applying pressure to crystal creates a charge

piezoelectric model

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connective tissue behaves like a blank

crystal

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blank and blank activity are influenced by charge

fibroblast, fibroclast

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ability to resist flow

viscosity

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ability to rebound from deformation

elasticity

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deformation within elastic region is blank

reversible

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usually results in permanent deformation

plastic zone

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sudden decrease in stress while strain continues to rise

failure point

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apply constant load to a structure and it lengthens over time

creep

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energy lost in the form of heat

hysteresis

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increase in temp can affect blank properties of structure

mechanical

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immobilization causes loss of blank and adhesions

ground substance

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half life of collagen

300-500 days

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half life of ground substance is blank

1.7-7 days

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connective tissue that results in fibrosis

nontraumatized

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connective tissue that results in scar tissue formation and contrature

traumatized

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mechanoreceptor in connective tissue that responds to muscle stretch

muscle spindle type 1a

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mechanoreceptor in connective tissue that responds to muscular contraction

gogli type 1b

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mechanoreceptor in connective tissue that responds to rapid pressure changes and vibration

pacini type 2

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mechanoreceptor in connective tissue that responds to sustained pressure and lateral stretches

ruffini type 2

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mechanoreceptor in connective tissue that responds to rapid and sustained pressure changes and is most abundant receptor type

intersititial type 3/4

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role of this mechanoreceptor is to reduce tone of antagonist, and increase tone in agonist

muscle spindle

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role of this mechanoreceptor is tonus decrease in associated motor units

golgi

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role of this mechanoreceptor is proprioceptive feedback for movement control

pacini

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role of this mechanoreceptor is inhibition of sympathetic activity

ruffini

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role of this mechanoreceptor is changes in vasodilation

interstitial

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three neuromuscular interventions

repeated movements, mobilization with movement, soft tissue mobilization

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for repeated movements... this syndrome is pain during movement and should be put back on track by moving in opposite direction

derangement

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for repeated movements... this syndrome is shortened connective tissue over time so should be moved in direction causing pain

dysfunction

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repeated movement.... syndrome from bad posture

posture

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for mobilization with movement... SNAG means

sustained natural antomical glide

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types of soft tissue mobilization

passive stretching, non thrust manipulations, sustained translatory glides, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, strain counterstrain, active release, transverse friction massage, tool assisted mobilization

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soft tissue mobilization that can be done by creep or stress relaxation

passive stretching

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soft tissue mobilization that is contract then relax

proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation

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soft tissue mobilization that pushes on pressure point and then shorten muscle for 90 secs

strain counterstrain

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soft tissue mobilization where trapezius or levator scapulae are stabilized then neck is moved in opposite direction

active release