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Which of the following best describes the importance of understanding pathology and physiology in vibration therapy?
What is NOT one of the goals of applying heat in the preparation of the tissue for vibration therapy?
Why is palpation crucial in the process of vibration therapy?
Which statement best captures the essence of the approach for implementing the tuning fork protocol?
What is an essential aspect to consider when evaluating the outcome and determining the prognosis of the treatment?
Which of the following bones form the wrist’s bony structure?
Which muscle flexes the middle phalanges of the fingers?
What movement enables actions like turning a doorknob or opening a jar?
Which artery supplies blood to the thumb side of the hand?
Which ligaments connect the bones of the fingers, providing stability during gripping tasks?
Which compartment of the hand contains the hypothenar muscles?
Which nerve is responsible for controlling muscles involved in complex hand movements?
Which muscle abducts the little finger away from the hand?
Which muscle group enables the thumb’s ability to touch the tips of the fingers?
Which muscle acts antagonistically to the flexor muscles of the wrist?
Which nerves provide sensation to the palm side of the hand?
What are the five metacarpal bones responsible for in the hand?
Which muscle allows the fingers to spread apart?
Which joints connect the metacarpal bones to the proximal phalanges?
Which compartment of the hand contains the interossei muscles?
What are the lumbricals responsible for in the hand?
Which nerve is commonly compressed in carpal tunnel syndrome?
Which artery forms the superficial palmar arch that supplies blood to the palm?
What is the role of the flexor digitorum profundus?
Which compartment contains the adductor pollicis muscle?
What movement involves touching the thumb to the little finger?
Which muscle flexes the wrist and assists with radial abduction?
What structures does the transverse carpal ligament form the roof of?
Which nerve controls the medial two lumbricals?
Where does the flexor digitorum superficialis insert?
What is the function of the hypothenar muscles?
Which muscle extends the thumb?
Which joints allow flexion, extension, adduction and abduction of the fingers?
What is the function of the dorsal interossei?
Which artery forms anastomoses with branches of the ulnar artery to supply the hand?