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Can you name the Lumbar Spine ME- Crotty ?

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Forward displacement of a lumbar vertebra on the one below. Most commonly found at L5-S1. Pain is caused by the vertebra compressing on the nerve roots.
L4 nerve root = ______ reflex
L4 Nerve root innervates these muscles.
Lumbar spine facets are ____ degrees from the sagittal plane.
Improve local circulation and respiratory function are _________ indications of muscle enegy treatment.
Part of the lumbar spine that has shock absorbing quality. It is thicker anteriorly and tapers posteriorly.
S1 nerve root = _________ reflex
L4 nerve root innervates this movement.
True or False: Rotation is very limited in the lumbar spine.
Reduce hypertonic muscles, mobilize restricted joints, and improve ROM are _______ indications of muscle energy.
Severe illness, fracture, current myocardial infarction, crush injury, severe osteoporosis are examples of ______to lumbar spine muscle energy treatment.
Part of the lumbar spine that lies between the neural arch and the vertebral body. It holds the dural tube, thecal tissues, and spinal cord.
S1 nerve root innervates these muscles.
Inaccurate localization of corrective forces and incorrect force of contraction by the patient are _______ to success using ME
L5 Nerve root innervates this muscle.
Muscle for hip and trunk flexion.
Loss of disc height or disc narrowing. Degenerative changes of the vertebral elements. aka Ankylosis.
S1 nerve root innervates this movement.
Discogenic herniation will disturb _________ of the lower vertebra involved typically.
Deep lumbar muscle that stabilizes the 12th rib and is tender in low back injury.
Lateral curvature of the spine.
L5 nerve root innervates this movement of the foot
When the IV disc degenerates, this ligament has to take up the slack.
_______ Law is the disc response to weight bearing.
Important muscle of the back that is the rotator of the arm. It inserts in the intertubecular grooves and the sulcus of the humerus.
Posterior aspect of the vertebra. It includes the pedicles, TP, Superior and inferior articular process, lamina, and SP.

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