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1

What period should an athlete do heavy lifting?

Off-season
Pre-season

2

What exercise movement should be limited with Shuersman Disease?

Back Extension
Postural

3

What are "Hughstons Exercises"?

Shoulder Strengthening

4

What should structures should increase flexibility of for lumbar strain?

Abdominals

5

Who should an AT consult with when developing reconditioning program?

Strength and Conditioning

6

___and___are important qualities that an athletic trainer must possess when counseling a patient during time of distress?

Honestly
Respect

7

Pain that occurs distant to a damaged site is___

Referred pain

8

What is a contraindication of diathermy?

Muscle Spasm

9

When a Covex surface moves on Concave what is the movement?

Roll and Glide in opposite direction

10

What MT injured muscles are actively contracted against counterforce?

Muscle Energy techniques

11

Delayed onset muscle soreness normally occurs how long after strenuous exersise session?

24-72hours

12

What muscles are involved in a seated row?

Lats
Teres minor
Rraps
Rhomboids

13

Primary muscles in wrist flexion

Flexor carpi radialis
Flexor carpal ulnas

14

What structure relays info regarding muscles to the central nervous system?

Proprioceptors

15

What type of exercise can increase a spike in systolic blood pressure?

Isometric

16

What is an isometric exercise?

An exercise where the muscle length does not change during contraction

17

What is a plyometric exercise?

Quick powerful movements

18

What is a Isokinetic exercise?

Exercise that has a constant speed

19

What is a isotonic exercise?

Where the muscle doesn't move to contract as well

20

What is an example of muscle spindle activity?

Knee Jerk

21

Length of the muscle prevents full range of motion at the joint or joints which muscle crosses over is?

Passive Insufficiency

22

What is Hans Selyes phenomenon?

Stressful situation response

23

What are the 3 stages of Hans Selyes?

Alarm Stage
Resistance Stage
Exhaustion Stage

24

What is the average temperature of an ice bath?

50-60

25

How do you decrease skin electrode resistance when performing electrotherapy?

Add water to the pads

26

Which acoustical interfaces is most reflective of ultrasound energy

Soft tissue
Air

27

What is most commons for TENS placement?

Stimulation point placement

28

___and___are 2 medications that can be combined when utilizing iontophoresis?

Dexamethasone
Lidocaine

29

How often should an ultrasound machine be calibrated?

once a year

30

Herpes is caused by?

Viral strain