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CEU Exam 13: "Physiological Regulation
Through Manual Therapy"

3 A.R.E. CEUs

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Instructions: Click on the best response to each statement.

1.  A. T. Still used a form of physiological regulation (lying with his head in a sling) to relieve his headaches.  In terms of early
osteopathic concepts, this technique would be classified as ___________.
  stimulation
  inhibition
  counterstrain
  all of the above

2.  Chapman's points are an example of ___________________.
  somatoviscero reflex
  subluxation
  bony lesion
  counterstrain

3.  From a physiological perspective, coordination is synonymous with ___________________.
  harmonic integration
  entrainment
  equilibrium of nerve action
  all of the above

4.  The concept of centers is a relatively recent osteopathic concept.
  True
  False

5.  The thoracic lymphatic pump technique is an example of ______________.
  inhibition
  coordination
  drainage
  all of the above

6.  Balon et al. (1998) studied the effects of manipulation on childhood migraine.
  True
  False

7.  The Kucheras' text "Osteopathic Considerations in Systemic Dysfunction" focuses primarily on ostepathic techniques for finding and correcting subluxations of the spine.
  True
  False

8.  The "referred pain" to the right shoulder in gallbladder dysfunction is an example of __________________.
  Chapman's reflex
  viscerosomatic reflex
  somatoviscero reflex
  segmental relations

9.  Reflex coughing produced by tickling in one's throat is an example of _____________________.
  positive feedback
  negative feedback
  osteopathic drainage
  all of the above

10.  According to Goetz, a general osteopathic treatment usually takes about ____ minutes.
  10
  20
  30
  40

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