18 Mar 2015
March 18, 2015

Question of the Day – March 18

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is B: cervical radiographic series. Today’s sample question is from the optional Physiotherapy Examination. Scapular winging is the result of a/an ______ A.  weak serratus anterior B.  overactive rhomboid C.  overactive trapezius D.  weak latissimus dorsi read more →

17 Mar 2015
March 17, 2015

Question of the Day – March 17

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is C: left L5 spinous process. Today’s sample question is from the Part III Examination. Which of these is the most appropriate initial procedure to perform on a 53-year-old female with a history of rheumatoid arthritis who presents with cervical myospasm? A.  supine cervical adjustment B.  cervical radiographic series.. read more →

16 Mar 2015
March 16, 2015

Question of the Day – March 16

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The correct answer to Friday’s question is B: medial rotation of the femur on the tibia. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Chiropractic Practice. Which of these findings is consistent with the basic distortion pattern for a right posterior innominate? A.  left anterior pelvis B.  left anterior-inferior sacrum C.  left L5.. read more →

13 Mar 2015
March 13, 2015

Question of the Day – March 13

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: adaptation. Today’s sample question is from the Part I subject of General Anatomy. What causes the knee to lock into full extension when weightbearing? A.  ligamentous tension B.  medial rotation of the femur on the tibia C.  contraction of the popliteus muscle D.  lateral rotation of the.. read more →

12 Mar 2015
March 12, 2015

Question of the Day – March 12

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: The patient had a previous upper respiratory infection. Today’s sample question is from the optional Physiotherapy Examination. Modulation of electrical current helps prevent ______ of muscle tissue. A.  adaptation B.  fatigue C.  recruitment D.  excitation read more →

11 Mar 2015
March 11, 2015

Question of the Day – March 11

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is B: hypokalemia. Today’s sample question is from the Part III Examination. The mother of a 9-year-old patient with osteomyelitis will most likely relate what information during the historical interview? A.  The patient had a previous upper respiratory infection. B.  Pain decreases in the evening. C.  Normal movements do.. read more →

10 Mar 2015
March 10, 2015

Question of the Day – March 10

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is B: olecranon. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Associated Clinical Sciences. Use of a diuretic medication commonly results in ______. A.  hypercalcemia B.  hypokalemia C.  hypocalcemia D.  hyperkalemia read more →

09 Mar 2015
March 9, 2015

Question of the Day – March 9

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The correct answer to Friday’s question is B: lumbar body rotation to the inferior side. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Chiropractic Practice. What is the most appropriate segmental contact point for correcting decreased anterior-to-posterior glenohumeral translation? A.  acromion B.  olecranon C.  humerus D.  scapula read more →

06 Mar 2015
March 6, 2015

Question of the Day – March 6

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is C: psoriatic arthritis. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Principles of Chiropractic. Unilateral sacral inferiority will usually result in which spinal compensation? A.  lumbar facet joint extension B.  lumbar body rotation to the inferior side C.  flexion of the lumbosacral joint D.  lumbar disc.. read more →

05 Mar 2015
March 5, 2015

Question of the Day – March 5

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The correct answer to yesterday’s question is A: vestibular system. Today’s sample question is from the Part II subject of Diagnostic Imaging. Non-marginal syndesmophytes are a feature of ______. A.  rheumatoid arthritis B.  degenerative joint disease C.  psoriatic arthritis D.  neurotrophic joint disease read more →