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 ___ is the force normalized over the area upon which it acts stress ___ is the change in shape due to stress strain ___ratio of load to the amount of deformation it causes (tightness) Stiffness ____inverse to stiffness, loose concept compliance __continual deformation of viscoeleastic material with time under constant load creep ___ any material that deforms in relation to rate of loading anf deformaty viscoelastic amterial ___tissue is laid down upon lines of stress Wolf's law (outside edges of scar) __amount of deformation (strain) dependent on amount of force (stress ) applied Hook's Law ___force exerted by one object is equal in magnitiude to opposite force exerted by 2nd object Newton's 3rd law What are the 4 compensatory patterns by Zink? OCTL OA Cervicothoracic Thoracolumbar Lumbosacral Which is most common compensatory pattern? LRLR ___ is ability to sense motion and body position in space proprioception ____ a change in force in a tissue causes aymmetries in posture and motion tethering ___force tissues at right angles to long axis of muscle lateral stretch ___forces tissue in direction of long axis of muscle linear or longitudnial stretch ____force applied as steady pressure to spastic tissue reflex inhibition ___ go thru restrictive barrier direct ____180 degrees from restrictive barrier indirect static = passive