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Flashcards in Soft Tissue Mobilization Deck (25)
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ct is a blank substance

colloidal

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heat or pressure changes ground substance from a dense gel to a more liquid state in the blank model

thixotropy, gel to sol

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soft tissue mobilization makes the tissue more blank

mobile

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piezo is aka blank

pressure

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piezoelectric model says blank exists in crystals

electricity

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ct behaes like a blank

crystal

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fibroblast and fibroclast activity are influenced by blank

charge

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ability to resist flow

viscosity

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most substances are stiffer with blank loading rates

higher

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substances are less stiff at blank temperatures

higher

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losing ground substance results in new blank in the collagen

cross links

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receptor for muscle strength and reduces tone of antagonist, increased tone in agonist

muscle spindle

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two types of GTOs

GTO, GEO

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GTO has a response to muscular blank

contraction

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GEOs respond to blank only

strong stretch

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pacini receptors respond to blank and are for blank

rapid pressure changes/vibration, proprioception

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ruffini receptors respond to blank and result in the inhibition of blank

sustained pressure, sympathetic activity

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interstitial receptors respond to blank, and change blank

pressure changes, vasodilation

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blank can spontaneously contract

fascia

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mobilization to relieve soft tissue from the abnormal grip of tight fascia

myofascial release

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myofascial release moves in the localized blank of the restriction

direction

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mobilization to loosen adherent fibrous tissue and scar tissue

friction massage

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relieve the abnormal grip of tight fascia

myofascial release

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connective tissue that surrounds all body tissue

fascia

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fascia is composed primarily of blank and a few blank fibers

collagen, elastic