Massage Therapy and Sciatica Quiz

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5) What is Sciatica?
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6) When the _________________shortens or spasms due to trauma or overuse, it can compress or strangle the sciatic nerve beneath the muscle
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7) The sciatic nerve originates from the_______ nerve roots and goes to the front of the sacrum, passing under the piriformis muscle.
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8) _________ is a condition that results from narrowing of the spinal canal with pressure on the nerves.
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9) When the nerve root exits the spinal column through a lateral hole (lateral foramen), a bone spur (osteophyte) that has grown from
a degenerating disc can apply pressure to that nerve root. This is called ____________ stenosis.
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10) _______________ is leg pain related to walking and can be caused by either insufficient circulation (vascular) or from spinal stenosis (neurogenic).
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11) Which of the following is symptom of lumbar spinal Stenosis?
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12) _________________is a slippage of one vertebra so that it is out of line with the one above it, narrowing the opening through which the nerve exits.
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13) In this variety of spondylolisthesis there is a defect, but it is located on the area of the vertebra called the pars interarticularis.
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14) The most common symptom of spondylolisthesis is _______________.
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15) This condition is often referred to as “false Sciatica” because it is not always caused by an impingement of the Sciatic nerve, but the pain is vey similar.
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