Flashcards in Savarese Deck (200)
What does TART stand for?
T-Tissue texture changesA-AsymmetryR-RestrictionT-Tenderness
What is the Physiologic Barrier?
Point at which a PATIENT can ACTIVELY move any given joint
What is the Anatomic barrier?
Point at which a PHYSICIAN can PASSIVELY move any given joint
Findings of ACUTE Tissue texture changes.
-Edematous-Erythematous-Boggy w/ increase moisture-Hypertonic muscles
Findings of CHRONIC Tissue texture changes.
-Cool dry skin w/ slight tension-Decreased muscle tone (flaccid)-Ropy-Fibrotic-NO edema (or decreased)-NO erythema
What are the findings of Asymmetry in Acute & Chronic conditions?
Acute - PresentChronic - Present w/ COMPENSATION in other areas of body
Restriction findings in ACUTE condition.
Painful w/ movement
Restriction findings in CHRONIC condition.
Decreased or NO Pain
Tenderness findings in ACUTE condition.
Tenderness findings in CHRONIC condition.
Dull, Achy, Burning
Orientation of Superior facets: -Cervical
Orientation of Superior facets: -Thoracic
Orientation of Superior facets: -Lumbar
Flexion/Extension: -Axis: -Plane:
Flexion/Extension: -Axis: Transverse -Plane: Saggital
Rotation: -Axis: -Plane:
Rotation: -Axis: Vertical -Plane: Transverse
Sidebending: -Axis: -Plane:
Sidebending: -Axis: Anterior-Posterior -Plane: Coronal
Describe DIRECT treatment.
Describe INDIRECT treatment.
Away from barrier
Describe ACTIVE treatment.
Patient assists during treatment
Describe PASSIVE treatment.
Patient RELAXES during treatment
OA: -Main motion -Sidebending & Rotation
OA: -Main motion: Flexion/Extension -Sidebending & Rotation: Opposite
AA (C1): -Main motion -Sidebending & Rotation
AA: -Main motion: Rotation -Sidebending & Rotation: Opposite
C2-C4: -Main motion -Sidebending & Rotation
C2-C4: -Main motion: Rotation -Sidebending & Rotation: Same
C5-C7: -Main motion -Sidebending & Rotation
C5-C7: -Main motion: Sidebending -Sidebending & Rotation: Same
What is the main motion of the Thoracic spine?
-Ribs 1-7-Attach to the sternum through costal cartilages
-Ribs 8-12-Do NOT attach directly to the sternum
-Ribs 11-12-Unattached anteriorly
Describe the attachment of Ribs 8-10.
-Each are connected by its costal cartilage to the cartilage of the rib superior*Example: The costal cartilage of Rib 9 attaches to the costal cartilage of rib 8