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Monday, June 27, 2011

Quiz Answers #2: Answers to Daily Sports Medicine Quiz

Here are the answers to yesterday's quiz.

#1 True

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/12/plantar-fascial-tear-possible-cause-of.html

#2 YogaToes place a very natural stretch in the direction of straigthening all the toes. It would be difficult to hold the stretch long enough with your hands to get the same stretch. Like all stretches, there should be no pain. It can take time to get used to them.

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/03/tips-on-bunion-care.html

#3 4 Heat to 1 Ice

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/03/secret-of-contrast-bathing.html

#4 Full Length Lifts

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/11/top-100-biomechanical-guidelines-20.html

#5 L4

http://youtu.be/E0E60NpOSHg

#6 The 7 generalizations of stretching are: hold each stretch 30-60 seconds, no bouncing, deep breathe, alternate between sides, warmup before stretching, stretch after exercise, and never stretch through pain.

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/07/video-7-generalizations-for-stretching.html

#7 Outside or baby toe side (lateral)

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/06/help-for-supinators-lateral-shoe.html

#8 Adequate plaster fill to ensure first ray allowed to plantarflex

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2010/09/inverted-orthotic-technique-determining.html

#9 HbA1c

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2011/01/apma-sponsored-video-on-diabetes.html

#10 Rest
        Ice
        Compression
        Elevation

http://www.drblakeshealingsole.com/2011/05/rice-therapy-following-ankle-sprains.html


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