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Tutor profile: Tyler G.

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Tyler G.
Chiropractor Tutoring Anatomy and Physiology
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Subject: Physical Therapy

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Which is a stronger muscle contraction: eccentric or concentric?

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Answer:

Eccentric is a stronger muscle contraction! When it comes to rehab, you want patients to perform mostly eccentric contractions to make their muscles stronger. For example: instead of having a patient bicep curl a weight up, you will have them start in the up position and slowly lower the weight down.

Subject: Anatomy

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What is the biggest organ in the human body?

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Believe it or not, it is the skin! Your skin has many different functions for you body. First, it creates a protective barrier to the outside world. Second, it also has a function in producing Vitamin D from sunlight!

Subject: Chiropractics

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What is the three-legged stool model in chiropractic?

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The three legs are art, science, and philosophy. The philosophy is our past and how are profession was founded. The art is how we deliver our adjustments and go about serving the community. The science is what drives us into the future and advances the profession. Just like a normal stool, if one of the legs is missing then the stool will collapse.

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