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Arthrokinematics

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Hip extension okc: post roll; ant. sup. slide of femoral head on acetabulum (sagital plane, 20`-30`)
Hip extension ckc: post roll; post. inf. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head
Hip Flexion okc; ant. roll, post. & inf. glide of the femoral head on the acetabulum (sagital plane,100`-120`)
Hip Flexion ckc: ant. roll, ant. & sup. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head
Hip external rotation okc: post. roll, ant. glide of the femoral head on acetabulum (transverse plane 40`-45`)
Hip external rotation ckc: post roll, post. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head (transverse plane, 40`-45`)
Hip internal rotation okc: ant. roll, post glide of the femoral head on the acetabulum (transverse plane 40`-45`)
Hip internal rotation ckc: ant. roll, ant. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head (transverse plane 40`-45`)
Hip Adduction okc: inf. roll, sup. glide of the femoral head on the acetabulum (fontal plane, 20`-30`)
Hip Adduction ckc: inf. roll, inf. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head (fontal plane, 20`-30`)
Hip Abduction okc: sup. roll, inf. glide of the femoral head on the acetabulum (frontal plane, 40`-45`)
Hip Abduction ckc: sup. roll, sup. glide of the acetabulum on the femoral head (frontal plane, 40`-45`)
Knee joint flexion okc: (concave/convex), post. roll, post.,internal rotation from 20` of knee flexion (sagital plane, 135`-150`)
Knee joint flexion ckc: (convex.concave) post. roll, ant. glide, external rotation from 20`,(sagital plane, 135`-150`)
Knee joint extension okc: (concave/convex), ant. roll, ant. glide, external rotation from knee ext. 20` (sagital plane 0`-5`)
Knee joint extension ckc: (convex.concave), ant. roll, post. glide, internal rotation form 20`(sagital plane 0`-5`)
Ankle joint dorsiflexion (talocrural joint) okc: post. glide (talus); sup./post. glide of fibula
Ankle joint dorsiflexion (talocrural joint) ckc: ant. glide; sup./post. glide of fibula
Ankle joint plantar flexion (talocrural joint) okc: ant. glide (talus); inf./ant. glide of fibula
Ankle joint plantar flexion (talocrural joint) ckc: post. tibial glide; inf./ant. glide of fibula
Ankle joint (subtalor joint): midfoot: Inversion (lateral roll of foot, outside) okc: calcaneus slides laterally on talus: inf. glide of the fibula (ca, la, ta/In.)
Ankle joint (subtalor joint): midfoot: Inversion (lateral roll of foot, outside) okc: talus slides medially on calcaneus; inf. glide of the fibula (T.M.C.I)
Ankle joint (subtalor joint): midfoot: Eversion (medial roll of foot, inside) okc: calcaneus slide medially on talus; superior glide of fibula (OK C M E T S)
Ankle joint (subtalor joint): midfoot: Eversion (medial roll of foot, inside) ckc: talus slides laterally on calcaneus; superior glide of fibula (EKG : LS)
Inverson: (talonavicular/calcaneocuboid joints) okc: concave navicular glides medially & dorsally on convex talus; cuboid glides medially & toward plantar surface on the calcaneus
Eversion: (talonavicular/calcaneocuboid joints) okc: navicular glides laterally & inferior (toward plantar surface on talus); cuboid glides laterally & superiorly (towards dorsal surface) on calcaneus
Created by: Kira Johnson Musgrove Kira Johnson Musgrove on 2011-07-19



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