By Laurie Hartman
This publication discusses all points of contemporary osteopathic concepts (including oblique technique). It aids studying and improvement utilizing descriptions and pictures. It emphasises the main and least compatible techniques for various physique kinds. It indicates how one can enhance talents and assists positive studying.
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Have him close his eyes and then extend the neck and sidebend and rotate it to either side. If one arm sinks and pronates, 3. DE KLEJN'S TEST Have the patient lie supine with the neck in maximum extension. Slowly increase the extension and add sidebending and rotation to see if there is an increase of symptoms as described in the extension test. 4. FLEXION TEST If extreme cervical flexion produces symptoms of paraesthesia, particularly in the lower limbs, the possibility of a cervical bar must be considered.
In some quarters it has been due to the ever increasing fears of litigation when 'manipulation' is performed and an articular sound is heard. This can lead to accusations of possible harm and wrong results. That a well-constructed treatment based on good technique using structural methods should not be painful or traumatic is clearly not considered by individuals who use powerful and uncomfortable methods. There may be many reasons why practitioners continue to use such approaches. They may not have been trained sufficiently in gentle and effective technique, or have not been able to acquire the skills adequately.
Naturally, due consideration must be paid to precautions against applying an excessive leverage in such a case. Although thrust technique is normally performed in straight lines, there are no straight lines in the body, and momentum inevitably induces some curving aspect to the force. This may help to find the optimum direction for any given thrust. MINIMAL LEVER AND THRUST Minimal lever and thrust can be further divided into two broad subdivisions. There is the true minimal lever and thrust where the part is positioned in as little lever position as is possible, and an extremely rapid thrust is performed.