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100

By partially occluding the venous system, this modality increases the time the body's cells have to absorb nutrients from the blood

What is blood flow restriction

100

The name for a heavy, single-arm, kettle bell carry

What is a suitcase carry

100

This organ is the control system for most of the body's functions

What is the brain?

100

One of the most common mental health disorders in athletes 

What is anxiety

100

The name for taping two adjacent fingers or toes together

What is a buddy tape

200

This paired organ is the main source of concern when inserting a needle into 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
This inability of this group of muscles is related to incontinence 

What are the pelvic floor muscles 

200

Blood pressure and heart rate are two examples of this

What are vital signs?

200

The application of a hard, wrapped fiberglass to protect a bone 

What is casting

300

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

What is inflammation

300

Effleurage, Petrissage, or Milking are types of this

What are types of massage?

300

Approximate number of bones in an adult human

What is 206
300

"Normal" blood pressure when taken across all populations

What is 120/80?

300

Can be used to provide fluid or medication for a person who is dehydrated 

What are IV (intravenous) fluids?

400

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

What is ultrasound?

400

The number of energy systems in the body

What are three?

400

An involuntary reaction to a stimulus, such as hitting the patellar tendon

What is a reflex?

400

(1) of the vitamins one can overdose on

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

400

This "basic image" can be used to visualize damage to bone

What is an x-ray?

500

Dry Needling attempts to bring the body back to this, the medical word referring to equilibrium

What is homeostasis

500

Name for a muscle contracting while elongating 

What is an eccentric contraction 

500

Name for a fracture of the 4th or 5th metacarpal bones, usually stemming from punching a wall

What is a Boxers Fracture

500

This test cluster for the vestibular and ocular motor systems can be used to help diagnose concussion

What is the VOMS Test?

500

A patch applied to the skin that uses electricity to "push" medication through the skin

What is iontophoresis 

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