Chapman's Points

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Treat Chapman's points in a circular fashion and attempt to flatten the mass as if mobilizing a localized fluid accumulation for _____ seconds.
Name one of the body systems involved when treating Chapman's points.
Proximal aspect of IT band on the right
Directly above the umbilicus
Below the umbilicus on both sides
Finish treating the patient with _____ pump and pedal pump to ensure lymph is moving in the body.
Layer of tissue where Chapman's reflexes are found.
Point at the end of the 12th rib on the right side only.
Distal aspect of IT band on the left
Proximal aspect of IT band on the left
Between Ribs 6 & 7
Thought to be palpable 'gangliform' contractions indicating excessive tissue congestion.
Medial aspect of IT band on the right
Treat ______ before Chapman's points. This will treat pelvic dysfunction so lymph, nervous tissue, endocrine structures, and vasculature can function better through the common rest
Between Ribs 4 & 5
Diagnose and treat the thoracic inlet first. This strategy opens up the ____ points for lymphatic flow.
Between Ribs 5 & 6
Between Ribs 8, 9, 10, 11
Type of Reflex in Chapman's point
1' Lateral and 2' above the umbilicus
Normal sympathetic tone helps move lymph forward in smooth muscle contractions, but excessive sympathetic tone will ______ lymph vessels.
If organ pathology is found from Chapman's points, check your diagnosis by examining for TART changes and facilitation at that level on the ______ side.
Chapman's reflexes has a valid _____ model. There is good interexaminer reliability and correlate well with final hospital diagnoses.
Between Ribs 7 & 8
Distal aspect of IT band on the right
Medial aspect of IT band on the left
Between Ribs 2 & 3
Between Ribs 3 & 4
In the umbilicus
1' Lateral and 1' above the umbilicus

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Created Oct 20, 2011ReportNominate
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