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1

Which immobilization shows to atrophy muscles less

Muscles immobilized in the lengthened position

2

Components of a rehab

Minimize swelling
Controlling Pain
Reestablish muscular control
Enhancing core stability
Regining or improving ROM
Maintaining cardio endurance

3

How to reestablish nueromuscular control

Many repitions of the same movement through step by step progression from simple to more complex movements

4

What four elements are critical for neuromuscular control

Proprioceptive and kinesthesia
dynamic stablity
Preparatory and reactive muscular characteristics
Conscious and unconscious functional motor patterns

5

Define Kinesthesia

Ability to detect movement

6

Ruffini's corpuscles

joint capsules ligaments and skin
sensitive to touch tension and heat

7

Pacinian corpuscles

Skin
Respond to deep pressure

8

Merkel's corpuscles

Skin
Respond to deep pressure

9

Meissner's corpuscles

Skin
Activated by light touch

10

Define physiological movement

result from an active muscle contraction

11

Define accessory motion

refers to manner which one articulating joint surface moves relative to another

12

Eccentric contractions are critical for

deceleration of limb motion

13

What do Isokinectic exercises use and when are they used

fixed speed with accommodating resistance to provide maximal resistance.
Later on in rehab

14

3 phases of rehab

Acute inflammatory response phase
Fibroblastic repair phase
Maturation remodeling phase

15

Duration of Phase I

Immediatly when injury occurs to 4 days

16

Main focus of Phase I

Control swelling

17

Length of Phase II

After Phase I for several weeks

18

What happens during Phase II of healing

fibroblastic cells are laying down collagen firbers and forming scar tissue

19

Define Open Kinetic Chain

Occurs when the foot or hand is off the ground

20

Define Closed Kinetic Chain

Occurs when the foot or hand is on the ground

21

Which Chain is more functional

closed kinetic chain

22

PNF Strengthening Techniques

Rhythmic Initiation
Repeated Contraction
Slow reversal
Slow reversal hold
Rhythmic Stabilization

23

Rhythmic Initation

Passive movement to active assist movement to active movement

24

Repeated Contraction

How it fucking sounds

25

Slow reversal

Patient moves through complete ROM agaisnt maximum resistance

26

PNF stretching techniques

Contract-relax
Hold-relax
Slow-reversal-hold-relax

27

Contract Relax

Body part is moved until resistance is felt
Patient contracts muscles
After relaxing the body part is moved a little farther

28

Hold Relax

Same as contract relax

29

D1

Seat Belt

30

GLIDES

JIONT MOBES

31

D2

Unsheating a sword

32

D1 Lower

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