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1

Who is the Discoverer/Founder of Chiropractic?

Daniel David (DD) Palmer

2

What year was Chiropractic founded in?

1985

3

What are the "Short Levers" used by DD Palmer?

SP & TVP

4

What is the foundation that Chiropractic is Based upon?

Tone (Nerves to tense or too slack)

5

What does the Nerve Compression Theory state?

Causes of Subluxations are one of the following:
Psychic (Thoughts)
Mechanical (Trauma)
Chemical (Toxins)

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What phrase did DD Palmer coin?

Innate from Christianity

7

Where did DD Palmer learn Chiropractic from?

Eastern European Bone Setters

8

What is Chiropractic philosophy based on?

Principle of Structure (Spinal Column) to Function (Nervous System for healing)

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What is a term that is similar to Innate?

Homeostasis (Self Regulating and Self Healing)

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What term is defined as "Suggest that the body requires something greater than physical and chemical processes to function"?

Vitalism

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Who is the Developer of Chiropractic?

Bartlett Joshua (BJ) Palmer

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What three things did BJ Palmer introduce to the profession?

Neurocalometer (hand held instrument to detect heat imbalances)

Meric Chart of Nerve Tracing

Hold In One (HIO) Technique

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At what vertebral complex does the Hole In One (HIO) Technique apply?

C1/C2; were thought to be the only place a subluxation would occur, producing significant problems. Cord Compression Theory

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Who thought that "Subluxations are from abnormal Biomechanics caused by an imbalance in a weight bearing spine"?

Carver

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What did Carver think that all distortion of the spine started?

Pelvis

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What technique is Cox credited with developing?

Flexion/Distraction

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What five conditions can Flexion/Distraction technique help with?

Lumbar disc protrusion
Spondylolisthesis
Facet Syndrome
Subluxation
Scoliosis Curves

18

Who developed the Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T)

DeJarnette

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What is the "definition" of the Sacro-Occipital Technique (S.O.T)

Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) flow through the pumping action of the sacrum and the cranial Dura mater

20

Who is paired with "Fixation theory of joint Hypomobility"?

Gillet/Faye

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What technique/person believed that "Subluxations are all posterior with disc wedging"?

Gonstead

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What technique is; upper cervical specific and deal with the dentate ligament?

Grostic

23

Who is the Father of Homeopathy?

Hahnemann

24

Who is the Father of Modern Medicine and was the first to manipulate?

Hippocrates

25

What four things did Illi determine?

Joint Hypermobility
SI joint movement
Pelvic dynamics
Discovered/tested (SI) ligaments

26

What is credited with the "3 Phase model of Instability"?

Kirkaldy-Willis

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What are the three Phases of Instability?

Dysfunction
Unstable
Stabilization; breaking up spinal adhesions on and injured segment

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Who is associated with the Segmental Facilitation Theory?

Korr

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What is the center of Korr's Segmental Facilitation Theory?

Muscle

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What Theory is described as the following "Subluxation creating a hyperactive nervous system rather than a decease in nerve impulses"?

Segmental Facilitation Theory, Korr