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Hacking the gluteal area stimulates?

A. the sacral nerves
B. the 4th and 5th lumbar nerves
C. 1st, 2nd and 3rd lumbar nerves
D. all of the lumbar and sacral nerves
The 4th and 5th Lumbar Nerves
Mark the area where tapping is not done?

A. back
B. head
C. arm
D. chest
Arm
Beating is?

A. done on thin tissues
B. done with the ulnar side of the hand
C. not done on the thighs
D. done on the sacrum and gluteal muscles
Done on the Sacrum and Gluteal Muscles
Touch is not used for?

A. relieving tingling
B. its influence on nerves
C. lessening pain
D. heat elimination
Heat Elimination
Friction can increase heat elimination as much as?

A. 20%
B. 50%
C. 95%
D. none of these
95%
Reflex stroking is applied with?

A. a toothpick or pen
B. the palm of the hand
C. the fingers
D. all of these
A Toothpick or Pen
To stimulate the brachial plexus, one would apply?

A. cervical tendon reflex percussion
B. wrist tendon reflex percussion
C. patellar tendon reflex percussion
D. ankle tendon reflex percussion
Wrist Tendon Reflex Percussion
Digital stroking is done?

A. on the head and spine
B. on any portion of the body
C. only with one or 2 fingers
D. is never done
On the Head and Spine
The rate for friction is?

A. 30 to 90
B. 30 to 160
C. 200 to 400
D. 30 to 180
30 to 180
What percent of moisture is thrown off by the use of friction?

A. 90%
B. 95%
C. 65%
D. 60%
60%
Where is epigastric reflex stroking done on the body?

A. ribs 5 – 7
B. ribs 8 – 12
C. ribs 4 – 6
D. ribs 2 – 4
Ribs 4 – 6
Light nerve compression?

A. sedates
B. compresses
C. stimulates
D. none of the above
Stimulates
An example of light pressure stimulating would be?

A. pneumogastric nerve producing cough
B. hitting ulnar nerve and numbing fingers
C. none of the above
Pneumogastric Nerve Producing Cough
Which is not a therapeutic application for passive touch?

A. hyperesthesia
B. lesson pain
C. neuralgia
D. insomnia
Neuralgia
What is a nerve center?

A. the nerve along the spine
B. the peripheral nervous system
C. the barbershop
D. the central and peripheral nervous system
The Nerves a Long the Spine
Reflex responses also excited by?

A. warming the area
B. cold application
C. digital stroking
D. palmer stroking
Cold Application
The physiological effect of stroking is?

A. sedative to cutaneous nerves
B. reduces blood supply
C. stimulates sebaceous glands
D. A and B
E. all of the above
A and B
The reasons you might apply stroking to the could include?

A. formication
B. headache
C. neuralgic pain
D. numbness
E. A and B
F. all of the above
All of the above
The cord segments affected by the abdominal reflex stroking is?

A. T5 – 7
B. T8 – 12
C. L1 – 3
D. L4 – 5
T8 – 12
Plantar reflex stroking affects?

A. S5 – 6
B. S1 – 5
C. S1 – 3
D. L4 – 5
S5 – 6
Kneading is the most powerful procedure for producing this physiological effect?

A. reflex
B. mechanical
C. metabolic
Metabolic
The rate for fist kneading is?

A. 200 – 400 per minute
B. 30 – 90 per minute
C. 2 – 6 times
D. no more than 30 per minute or 2 seconds for each hand
No more than 30 per minute or 2 seconds for each hand
Which of the following is not a therapeutic application for deep kneading?

A. fractures and sprains
B. tuberculosis
C. writer's cramp
D. paralysis
Tuberculosis
The cervical tendon reflex percussion techniques stimulates?

A. C1 – 4
B. C4 – 8
C. L1 – 5
D. S1 – 3
C1 – 4
Prolonged light or strong percussion produces?

A. spasm of the superficial vessels and reddening skin
B. dilation of surface vessels and redness
C. dilation of surface vessels and pallor
D. spasm of the superficial vessels and pale skin
Dilation of Surface Vessels and Redness
These percussion techniques (hacking, spatting, beating, clapping) are used on this reflex area?

A. interscapular
B. abdominal
C. cremasteric
D. gluteal
Gluteal
On which condition would you not use percussion?

A. sciatica
B. sclerosis of the spine
C. fibromyalgia
D. lumbago
Fibromyalgia
The rate for lateral vibration is?

A. 6 – 10 per second
B. 6 – 10 per minute
C. 200 – 400 per minute
D. 30 – 180 per minute
6 – 10 per second
A client presents at your office with a migraine that she has had for 3 days. You apply?

A. deep vibration to abdomen
B. lateral vibration to head
C. moderate pressure to head and suboccipitals
D. superficial vibration to extremities
Moderate Pressure to Head and Suboccipitals
With the clients leg inflection, the knee is brought across the body. This is?

A. circumduction
B. external rotation
C. internal rotation
D. adduction
Internal Rotation
The client is supine, the therapist raises clients arm from his side to above his head. This is?

A. flexion
B. extension
C. circumduction
D. adduction
Flexion
We are allowed to do this type of joint movement in Ohio?

A. passive
B. resistive
C. both A and B
Passive
Passive movement mainly effects?

A. articular surface of joint
B. muscles
C. ligaments
D. blood and lymph vessels
E. all of the above
F. all but B
All but B
Joint movement is recommended for bony anklyosis?

A. true
B. false
False
One reason why joint movement increases circulation is because?

A. blood vessels are larger around the joint
B. the reflex effect causes vasodilation
C. lymph channels are larger around the joint
D. A and C
A and C
Joint movement of the elbow will have the most profound effect on the?

A. shoulder
B. wrist
C. neck
D. knee
Wrist