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1. When planning session strategies, which of considered?
2. When soft tissue is manipulated, the first sense of bind represents the.
3. The therapeutic procedure involves all of the following EXCEPT
4. Bones and ligaments are examples of.
5. When assessing a range of motion, first test the clients.
6. The limitation of a joint movement because of the stretching of fibrous tissues is called.
7. The source of the pain can be pinpointed through.
8. When performing ROM assessment, the order of the tests that provide the most accurate information is.
9. Explaining policies and procedures, medical history, palpation examination, and informed consent are all part of the
10. Muscle tissues, tendons, and muscle attachments are called.
11. Pain and how the client reacts to it is called a/an.
12. The four parts of the therapeutic procedure include.
13. Observing a client’s ability and willingness to move a body part through a range of motion is .
14. Using the hands and sense of touch to assess the qualities of the tissues is.
15. An injury that begins with an event causes some tissue disruption, and is fairly recent is considered.
16. When a client is asked to actively flex the shoulder, he cautiously lifts his arm approximately 30 degrees, then stops quickly, winces, and grabs his shoulder. The practitioner should .
17. When a client and practitioner have formulated a plan for six sessions,
18. Evaluation is the part of a therapeutic procedure that is done
19. Which of the following takes place during the assessment?
20. The first part of the assessment involves
21. Bilateral symmetry and posture are assessed by
22. Determining if goals have been met is called