Video #7 – The Jamaican Chiropractic Experience

Exam Questions

    1. Some people who seem unable to relate to their environment may be suffering from
      1. Social anxiety
      2. A bad digestive issue
      3. Lower back pain
    1. Social anxiety can be described as
      1. The nervous system being so “spun up” they cannot relate to other people
      2. A nervous system that cannot interact with its environment
      3. A feeling of internal terror
      4. All the above

 

      1. Based on the competence of the doctor, a chiropractic adjustment could move a patient’s nervous system
        1. From a distressed state to a de-stressed state
        2. From a de-stressed state to a distressed state
        3. It could be A and/or B
        4. Neither of the above

 

      1. After a chiropractic adjustment a patient may feel
        1. Less pain
        2. Lighter
        3. Calmer with less stress
        4. All the above

 

      1. A nervous system that is “too spun up” can be described as
        1. Too much cortisol
        2. Unable to process information
        3. Sensory overload
        4. All the above

 

      1. Stroking the lumbar flank with a sharp object should cause
        1. Inhibition of the hamstrings ipsilaterally
        2. Facilitation of the hamstrings ipsilaterally
        3. Inhibition of the hamstrings contralaterally
        4. None of the above

 

      1. In the normal functioning supine patient, all muscles should be
        1. Inhibited
        2. Functioning according to their original design
        3. Facilitated
        4. It depends upon the patient’s condition

 

 

      1. As a result of head trauma, a patient may experience
        1. Movement issues
        2. Loss of strength
        3. Head fog
        4. All the above

 

      1. Treating a patient with a traumatic brain injury requires that
        1. Their structural treatments be aggressive
        2. They lay low for a period to recover
        3. Treatments be less aggressive than a more functional patient
        4. Traumatic brain injury patients do not require special care

 

      1. Pitting edema may have to do with
        1. Liver issues
        2. Kidney issues
        3. Cardiovascular issues
        4. All the above

 

      1. Neck proprioception is related to
        1. Lower extremity strength
        2. Extremity coordination
        3. Balance
        4. All the above

 

      1. When a patient loses their lower extremity endurance, which affects their balance, it may be because
        1. Their brain has reduced ability to control their lower extremity muscles
        2. They lost their unconscious motor planning abilities
        3. They may have a foot muscle imbalance
        4. All the above

 

      1. Chiropractic can increase proprioception
        1. Which stimulates the brain through the ventral horn
        2. Medication cannot improve proprioception
        3. And that helps modulate autonomic concomitants
        4. Both B and C

 

      1. In the supine position, the psoas major should be conditionally inhibited
        1. With the head turned ipsilaterally
        2. With the head turned contralaterally
        3. With the head in extension
        4. With any manual muscle test

 

      1. Stroking the sole of the foot with a sharp object should produce
        1. Conditional inhibition of the rectus femoris ipsilaterally
        2. Conditional facilitation of the rectus femoris ipsilaterally
        3. Conditional facilitation of the rectus femoris contralaterally
        4. None of the above

 

      1. A heightened startle reflex response can disrupt
        1. Sleep patterns
        2. Serenity
        3. Autonomic patterns
        4. All the above

 

    1. Chiropractic treatments can help a patient
      1. Think more clearly
      2. Sleep better
      3. Plan ahead with more clarity
      4. All the above
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