Modalities
Rehab / Exercise
Movement Patterns
Misc.
100

___ can be used as either diagnostic or therapeutic, depending on its intensity

What is ultrasound?

100

A heavy, single-arm, kettle bell carry

What is a suitcase carry

100

Walking, running, and skipping

What is locomotion

100

Sport whose population has higher-than-average shoulder external rotation

What is baseball

200

This pair of organs is the main source of concern when needling the thorax 

What are the lungs

200

The use of bands to pull on the lower leg and foot to increase mobility

What is ankle traction

200

Bench Press, chest fly, and push-ups

What are horizontal presses

200

This eye-related ability is higher than average in baseball, softball, and lacrosse players 

What is visual acuity

300

Marc Pros and Cupping both help manage this natural reaction of the body to injury

What is inflammation

300

Hamstring muscle tests are performed at these angles

What are 90 and 150 degrees (or 90 and 30 degrees)

300

Chin-ups, pull-ups, lat pulldown

What are vertical pulls

300

Vitamins you can overdose on

What are Vitamins A, D, E, and K?

400

This modality increases the time the body's cells have to absorb nutrients 

What is blood flow restriction

400

Zercher, Anderson, and Cossack

What are squat patterns

400

Jumping, power cleans, and sprinting

What is triple extension

400

The name for taping two adjacent fingers or toes together

What is a buddy tape

500

Dry Needling attempts to bring the body back to this, the medical word for baseline

What is homeostasis

500

The three energy systems in humans

What are ATP-PC, glycolytic, and oxidative?

500

Eupnia, diaphragmatic, and labored

What are breathing patterns

500

Parts of an ankle tape 

What are anchors, stirrups, heel locks, figure-8s, and closing strips?

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