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Deep muscle that extends the head, neck, and thoracic region of vertebral column and rotates contralaterally.
Transverse processes are level to spinous process transitioning into the lumbar spine in this segment.
The upper abdominal viscera including the stomach, duodenum, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and spleen receive sympathetic outflow from which segments?
BUM or BUL: Cervical Spine
This reflex provides a 'circuit breaker' that induces relaxation of a muscle with excessive stretch to prevent overload and rupture.
Transverse processes are 1/2 vertebral height above spinous process in these segments.
Transverse processes level are a whole vertebral height above the spinous process in these segments.
Deep back muscle responsible for proprioception.
The lower extremities receive sympathetic outflow from which segment?
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The kidneys, ureters, gonads, and right colon receive sympathetic outflow from which segments?
Muscle that extends and sidebends the vertebral column. It is involved in altered coupling or group dysfunction.
The lungs receive sympathetic outflow from which segments?
Connects bone to bone.
Deep back muscle responsible for sidebending.
Clinically, there is a tendency towards _________ due to gravity’s constant force and tendency for trunk flexors to become more hypertonic
The upper extremities receive sympathetic outflow from which segment?
In the Thoracic vertebra, the superior articular facets face backward, upward, and _________.
Who pioneered Muscle Energy?

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