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Final “ Thots ” on Preventing Subluxation :. Exercise ( whole-body movement) Avoid patterned, repetitious somatic behaviors Live more “naturally”. BJ Palmer referred to this as “ Hygienic Living:”.

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final thots on preventing subluxation
Final “Thots” on Preventing Subluxation:

Exercise (whole-body movement)

Avoid patterned, repetitious somatic behaviors

Live more “naturally”

bj palmer referred to this as hygienic living
BJ Palmer referred to this as “Hygienic Living:”

“The restoration of natural conditions, as far as possible, in the midst of civilized circumstances, is the meaning of the word hygiene in chiropractic.”

“Hygiene, chiropractically, is the restoration of natural and healthful environmental conditions which have been made abnormal by the necessities of civilized life.”

Source: Stephenson, Textbook of Chiropractic, 1927, pp. 133-4

dr james chestnut
Dr. James Chestnut:

Eat well

Move well

Think well

seven behaviors associated with a healthy lifestyle and increased lifespan
Seven behaviors associated with a healthy lifestyle and increased lifespan:

Three meals/day at regular times and no “snacking”

Breakfast every day

Moderate weight

No alcohol or only in moderation

Adequate sleep (7-8 hours/night)

Moderate exercise (2-3 times/wk)

No smoking

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JMPT, 29(9), Nov/Dec 2006, 726-761

“white paper” review; 387 references

Sections: anatomy, biomechanics, somatic nervous system, animal models, immune system, human studies related to the autonomic nervous system

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“ As to methods, there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble.”

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Final Exam

Information!......

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This review information and links to handouts are on my webpage: (Phil IV) w3.palmer.edu/strang

A practice exam is posted on my webpage. Check the “Announcements and Exam Information” link.

final exam fri 2 18 10 25 a m p206 p205 overflow
Final Exam: Fri., 2/18, 10:25 a.m.P206 & P205 (overflow)
  • Handouts used for exam:
    • Major Models/Hypotheses Outline (all 10 pages)
    • “Pressure Gradients..” (Vascular model)
    • What Causes Subluxation
    • How to Prevent Subluxations
    • Review Murphy article re SNS and immunity
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50 pts.
  • Mult. Choice- ~25
  • T-F- ~10
  • Matching- ~15

Approx. 30-35 quest. new material;

15-20 comprehensive

Total Course points: 100

Extra-credit possible: 4 (from attendance)

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Organization of Models- still easy points!
    • Biomechanical, Neurologic, Trophic, Psychosocial (which model each individual hypothesis falls under); with emphasis on Trophic, Psychosocial
know a one sentence description of each of the following
Know a one-sentence description of each of the following:
  • Axoplasmic flow aberration
  • Vertebrobasilar arterial insufficiency
  • Cord compression/myelopathy
  • Neurodystrophic/Neuroimmune hypothesis
  • Somatopsychic hypothesis
  • Psychogenic hypothesis
  • Altered CSF flow
know a one sentence description of each of the following1
Know a one-sentence description of each of the following:
  • Cerebral dysfunction theory
  • Reflex models:
    • Somatosomatic
    • Somatoautonomic
    • Viscerosomatic
vascular model pressure gradients handout
Vascular Model: (“Pressure Gradients..” handout)
  • Know general sequence of compression-related events and reversibility of changes
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Non-impulse-based neural influences; the “neurotrophic” support effects
  • VS causes and prevention:
    • Examples of “macro” and “micro” stressors in each category of cause

(3 T’s)

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Review sympatheticotonia & “dysautonomia” role in immune function (Murphy article review)
  • Review “dysafferentation” and related concepts: nociceptive facilitation; mechanoreceptor deafferentation