pathology Fibromyalgia and OA RA

Etiology of Fibromyalgia (dau xo co)
Experience pain from stimuli not normally perceived as painful

Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia
Muscle pain, tender points

Treatment for Fibromyalgia
Medications for pain relief

what is Sclerotome?
areas of bone innervated by a particular nerve root

where Cell bodies of the A-Delta and C fibers are found?
dorsal root ganglia

Neuropathic Pain/Neuralgia
Pain described as sharp, burning, cold, tingling, numbness

Chronic Pain Disorders
Arthritis
Causalgia
Fibromyalgia

Risk factors modifiable of Osteoporosis
Low calcium intake
Diet and nutrition
Smoking

Signs and Symptoms of Osteoporosis
Loss of height
Low back and neck pain

Osteoporosis Treatment
Calcium and vitamin D supplements

PT intervention for Osteoporosis
Spinal extension exercises (NOT flexion)

what is Boxer’s fracture?
break in the end of the 5th metacarpal bone

Clinical picture of osteoarthritis
Joint deformity and enlargement
Reduced range of motion

where happen for Buochard nodes ?
PIP joint

where happen for Heberden nodes?
DIP joint

Medical Treatment for Osteoarthritis
NSAIDS or Injections corticosteroids

Signs and Symptoms of Polymyalgia Rheumatica
Edema, weight loss, joint pain from inflamed synovial membranes

Signs and Symptoms Ankylosing Spondylitis
Inflammation in synovial joints of spine, enthesitis

etiology of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Autoimmune response
Genetic

Signs and Symptoms Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Facial rash

treatment Mild cases Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Anti-inflammatory medications

treatment Severe cases Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Corticosteroids

what test use for ankle sprains?
anterior drawer test
talar tilt test

what test use for MCL?
Valgus test

what 2 tests use for Meniscal injuries?
Apley’s compression test
McMurray’s test

what test use for shoulder dislocation?
Apprehension Test

what test use for Acromioclavicular (AC separation)
piano key sign

what is Osgood-Schlatter disease?
A disease causing swelling and pain on the epiphysis of the tibial tuberosity

what is the plantar fasciitis.?
The connective tissue on the bottom of the foot

Ankylosing spondylitis is also known what?
bamboo spine or Marie-Strumpell disease.

what is rheumatoid arthritis?
an auto-immune disease of the joint

what is Osteoarthritis?
results in cartilage wear and tear.

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