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1

Anterior rotated innominate produces a ____ leg.

Longer

2

Shoe lifts are needed if the discrepancy is more than ...

10 - 12 mm (0.4 - 0.5 inches)

3

In short leg syn, surgery is need if the discrepancy in more than ...

5 cm (~2 inches)

4

Position of lumbar, sacrum, innominate in short leg syn.

Lumber -- R toward, SB awaySacrum -- Lower on affected sideInnominate -- Rotated anterior on affected side

5

Increase heel/shoe lifts by ___ every ___

3 mm, 14 days

6

When to correct the entire discrepancy for short leg syn.

Acute injury/trauma

7

When to correct the 0.5 - 0.75 discrepancy for short leg syn

Chronic short leg/anatomic short leg

8

Pt w/ abdominal surgery, avoid this OMT.

Pedal pump

9

Most common scoliosis curve

Dexo, mid-upper thoracic

10

Paravertebral humping occurs d/t ...

Spinal rotation

11

Pt walks bent over, leg abducted and ext rotated. Muscle involved is ...

Psoas major

12

Prostate chapman point located at ...

Lateral IT band

13

Gallbladder chapman point located at ...

6th ICS on right, T6 TP on right

14

Upper lung chapman point located at ...

3rd ICS on right

15

Pt has sphenoid and occipital bones inferior on the left and superior on the right. The left temporal bone and parietal bones appear to be in external rotation. Dx?

L SB Rotation

16

Axis of cranial SB rotation is ...

Two vertical, one AP

17

Sacral axis is ___ seated flexion test

opposite

18

PE shows positive seated flexion test on the right, sacral sulcus is deep on the left, left ILA is anterior. No spring.

R/L torsion

19

Seated flexion test left, the left sacral base anterior and the left ILA posterior

L UL Flexion

20

Seated flexion test right, right sacral base anterior and left ILA posterior. The spring test negative.

L/L Torsion

21

Seated flexion test right, right sacral base anterior and right ILA `posterior.

R UL Flexion

22

Seated flexion test left, the left sacral base anterior and right ILA posterior. The spring test negative.

R/R Torsion

23

4 Rules of sacrum

1) SB of L5 and axis = same side.2) Sacrum rotates opposite L5.3) The seated flexion test must be positive for the diagnosis of sacral torsion.4) The seated flexion test will be positive opposite the axis.

24

Roaring tinnitus and TMJ, Cranial dysfunction ...

Ext rotation of temporal bone

25

Buzzing tinnitus and TMJ, Cranial dysfunction ...

Int rotation of temporal bone

26

Menses associated cramping, OPP Tx...

Sacral inhibition

27

Med for cramping associated w/ menses ...

NSAIDs

28

Nerve affected in an L3-L4 herniation

L4

29

Name the reflexes

C5 -- BicepC6 -- Bicep/BrachioradialisC7 -- TricepL4 -- PatellarL5 -- DorsiflexS1 -- Plantar flexion

30

Pt w/ liver dz has low back pain, med Rx?

Meloxicam