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PRM: Sacrum involuntary articular ______ relative to the ilia
Bilateral Sacral _______: Improper lifting techniques, Fall in a seated position
Mechanism of injury (MOI) typically is a inferior or superior force vector directed on the outer anterior or posterior quadrant of the cranium
______ Absolute Contraindications: Acute intracranial bleed, Increased ICP, Skull fracture
Bucket handle Motion = lower ribs (to rib 10) – ____ Axis
Defined by the absence of primary respiratory mechanism Flexion and Extensions
Located in the deep fascia below the skin or on periosteum
____ Relative Contraindications: Patients with low vitality, who could be further compromised by active muscular exertion
What motion would you expect the Sacral base to exhibit when the SBS is flexing?
OCF _____ Action or Exaggeration: Commonly used in ages 5 thru adult
The points are thought to be located at free nerve endings with lymphatic compromise of the neural sheath
How many axis is/are being utilized in a sphenobasilar torsion?
How many axis is/are being utilized in a sphenobasilar vertical strain?
PRM: Articular ______ of the osseous cranial bones
Vault palpatory experience is defined by unilateral digits #2 & #5 moving in opposite superior/inferior motion directions relative to the contralateral digits #2 & #5
inc. tension, length constant; operator = patient
Named by the most superior sphenoid base and greater wing
_____ transverse axis of the sacrum: Motion relative to the pull of the dura occurs around this axis
_____ transverse axis of the sacrum: Rotation about sacrum during gait cycle
Vault palpatory experience is defined by bilateral #2 digits moving in an opposite superior or inferior direction relative to the bilateral #5 digits
How many axis is/are being utilized in a sphenobasilar lateral strain?
approximation, tension constant; operator less than patient
defined by unilateral digits #2 & #5 moving apart (convexity) and inferiorly while contralateral digits #2 & #5 move together (concavity) and superiorly
Mechanism of injury (MOI) typically is a inferior or superior force vector directed along the midline either at the anterior of posterior aspects of the cranium.
PRM: CSF has rhythmic _____
defined by bilateral digits #2 moving in opposite left or right direction relative to bilateral digits #5
______ Barrier: range between physiologic and anatomic motion
Bilateral Sacral ______: Extremely common postpartum, increased lumbar lordosis while holding heavy load
_____ Action: Recommended in ages 5 and under. Used in overriding sutures, acute head trauma when exaggeration could cause intracranial bleeds
_____ Barrier: limit within anatomic range which decreases Physiologic range
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_____ transverse axis of the sacrum: Motion around this axis during Flexion & Extension of spine
____ Absolute Contraindications: Fractures & severe NM injuries to potential Tx sites, Inability of the patient to cooperate
In how many parts is the typical occiput in a full term neonate?
_____ Relative Contraindications: Acute whiplash, pregnancy, post-surgical conditions, herniated nucleus pulposus, hemophiliacs, vertebral artery ischemia
Lateral force vector directed at the level of and perpendicular to the sphenobasilar symphysis (SBS)
Named by the side of the sphenoid base position
How many axis is/are being utilized in a sphenobasilar sidebending rotation?
______ torsions occur in Non-neutral L5 (Type 2) mechanics
Named by the side of the cranial convexity
contraction while forcing to lengthening; operator force more than patient force
Typical Ribs
Named by the most superior sphenoid base
PRM _______ Phase: The rhythmic physiologic motion of midline bones as the sphenobasilar synchondrosis (SBS) rises is identified as Flexion
approximate attachments, muscle shortens
In a freely mobile cranium… what direction would you expect the Sphenoid Greater Wings to move when the sphenoid moves into flexion?
The Sphenoid and Occiput rotate primarily around two transverse axes through the body of the sphenoid and superior and posterior to the jugular process of the occiput
MOI: Lateral force vector directed at either the left or right anterior or left or right posterior lateral quadrants of the cranium
PRM: Intracranial and intraspinal membranes inherent ________
The Sphenoid and Occiput rotate primarily two axes two superior-inferior axes through the sphenoid body and the foramen magnum
In a freely mobile cranium… The Sphenoid rotates around what type of axis with flexion in the PRM?
_____ Relative Contraindications: Severely debilitated patient, Decrease DOSAGE, do less than 6 points, Avoid positions of extreme TL flexion in osteoporotic patients.
_____ Absolute Contraindications: Osteoporosis, Osteomyelitis, Bone metastasis, fractures, RA, Down's syndrome, weakened ligament of Dens
Two superior-inferior axes through the sphenoid body and foramen magnum and one A-P axis through the body of the sphenoid, basion and opisthion.
In a freely mobile cranium… what structure most defines the Temporal Bone’s axis of rotation?
lengthening of muscle during contraction
_______ Relative Contraindications: Fractures, bacterial infections with a temp greater than 102, abseccess or localized infection, thromboses, fragility of nearby organs, Carcinom
PRM: CNS has inherent _______
MOI: A force vector delivered to the either anterior or posterior midline aspects of the cranium, directed through the SBS
______ points: gangliform contractions that blocks lymphatic drainage, thus increasing local tissue inflammation
Pump handle Motion = upper ribs _____ Axis

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