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MATCHING TYPE:

1. "In the presence of vertebral dysfunction, 4th layer muscle fibrosis is always found".
2. "No muscle attaches to bone at no time."
3. "Go for a Smooth Grove."
4. "Don't chase the pain."
5. "Roll the joints and they will come back home."
6. "Get em straight and if they quit hurting, that's their tough luck."
7. "The diaphragm must be taken into account for the why of an illness."
8. "Put it back where it belongs and make it move."
TRUE / FALSE

9. Neuro Massage Therapy is a focus on locating and releasing nerve compression in tissue and postural correction through integration concepts.
10. Golgi tendon organ (GTO) is a tiny neural mechanism within the muscle fiber that monitors and influences muscular activity.
11. Tension in the Psoas is reflected in the Longus Coli muscle.
12. The Diaphragm is considered by some to be the starrt of all postural distortion in the body.
13. The Sub Occipitals have 23 muscle spindless per gram and control the tone of the upper neck and shoulders.
14. The Muscle spindle is the inhibitory neural unit located in the tendons and the musculo-tendonis junction.
15. The motor cylinder is composed of the entire fascia and 13 individual bilateral muscles that attach to the transverse and spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae.
16. The Subcutaneous Fascia will reflex the Deep Fascia using the pattern of "Langer's Lines" when moving accross the tissue.
17. Phasic muscles become weak and hypertonic when fatigued.
MATCHING TYPE:

18. When you contract one muscle, the opposite muscle must relax.
19. Weak stimuli activate physiologic processes; very strong stimuli inhibit them.
20. Biological systems (including soft and hard tissues) deform in relation to the lines of force imposed to them.
21. Deformation (resulting from strain) imposed on an elastic body is in proportion to the stress (force/load) place on it.
22. Ligaments or any soft tissue, when put under even a moderate degress of tension, if that tension is unremitting, will elongate by the addition of new material; on the contrary, when ligaments or other soft tissues remain uninterruptedly in a loose or lax state, they will gradually shorten as the effete material is removed, until they come to maintain the same relationship to the bony structures, with which they are united, that they did before their shortnening.
Matching : List all the Answers that Apply to each Muscle

23. SUBOCCIPITALS
24. STERNOCLEIDOMASTOID
25. LONGUS CAPITIS & COLI
26. UPPER TRAPEZIUS
27. SERRATUS ANTERIOR
28. ANTERIOR SCALENES
29. POSTERIOR ROTATOR CUFF
30. HYOIDS
31. LOWER & MIDDLE TRAPEZIUS
32. PECTORALS
33. DEEP NECK FLEXORS
34. LEVATOR SCAPULAE
35. ILIOPSOAS
36. GLUTEALS
37. ILIOPSOAS
38. RECTUS ABDOMINIS
39. TENSOR FASCIA LATAE
40. PERONEALS
TRUE OR FALSE

41. The Sub Occipitals have 32 muscle spindles per gram and control the tone of the upper neck and shoulders.
42. The term alignment, taken from a structural integration perspective, represents the repositioning of the body symmetry through reorganization of the soft tissue fascia system of the body.
43. A strong blowing breath by the client helps in applying bending techniques.
44. For upper body kyphosis, always move the tissue medial to lateral from the spine.
45. In structural bodywork, the concept always dictates the possible techniques to use.
46. The Mid-sagittal line is used to mark the head forward position.
47. Tension in costal margin must be released to effect change in an upper cross posture.
48. The basic concept of tissue movements in structural bodywork is up the front and down the back.
49. A hand brace will help prevent hand pressure injuries in bodywork.
50. Tissue in the costal margin should be moved medial to lateral from the center.

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