|database values and developing goals to Rx plans, ___ the _____ ROM available.
A. treat, normal
C.work on, examination
D.treat, existing ||b|
|Hypomobility and Hypermoblity Dx & determine a subject's ____ _____.
D.plan of care ||c|
|Reassessment of subject's status after Rx in comparison to initial eval show's subject's ______ and ____ of Rx.
D.progress, HEP ||c|
|Determining goniometric values do not motivate and develop interest for the pt. T/F? ||False|
|Goniometry values validate Rx's for medicolegal, medical proffesional, 3rd party payers but not workers compensation. T/F? ||False, it justifies for all of these reasons|
|Goniometric values do not help with research of equipment such as chairs. T/F ||False, research using goniometric values are important for research and development of any design that the body uses. i.e. cars, desks, chairs etc.|
|A therapist would use gonimetric values to dtermine effective Rx regimes. T/F? ||True|
|0-115 ROM would best resemble what normal ROM?
d.hip flex ||d|
|hip ext is__?
|5-44 deg of ROM is BEST resembled by which joint ROM?
d.shoulder ext ||c|
|female average Q-angle is?
d.18 deg ||d|
|male normal Q-angle is?
d.18 deg ||b|
|4-0-130 ROM is BEST represented by what joint ROM?
d.shoulder abducction ||a|
|capsular loss of ROM in IR>Abd>flexion is usually in which joint?
|using different goniometers for the same joint @ different times would not give a source of error if tissue position changes during the test. T/F? ||false, the therapist should use the same goniometer during the full test.|
|a PTA tests knee ROM as 0-145 and another PTA does the same pt/ROM tested at 0-144 this is an example of what type of reliability?
|Patient ID, date, Dx, joint teseted, AROM/PROM,deviations from standard testing, subjective/objective info are all parts of?
|washing hands, introduction, selecting proper goniometer and explaination to pt. are parts ____.
b.prepare pt for Rx
c.prepare for Rx
|communicating finding to appropriate staff is part of what in the general tiechnique of goniometric measurement testing?
b.measuring selected joint
d.preparing pt for Rx ||c|
|pt supine hip/knee flexed, axis is on the medial epicondyle of femur, stationary arm is toward the greater trochanter and the movable arm is toward the lateral mallelous. this is what goni-measurement
d.knee ext ||c|
|during knee flexion in supine, gonimetric measurement a towel should be placed just distal to the knee joint to confirm knee joint hyperextension. T/F? ||false, it should be under the ankle joint|
|normal radial deviation is?
|normal ulnar deviation is?
d 80 deg ||c|
|normal supination/pronation is?
|what of the following would determine, a pt's willingness to move, muscle strength, and coordination?
|what of the following would take up slack at the end of the ROM.
|the stationary arm is aligned with the joints _____ segment.
|the movement arm is aligned with which part of the joint segment?
|for elbow flexion the stationary arm is aligned with the?
d.parallell with sternum ||lateral acromion|
|for shoulder flexion the stationary arm is aligned with the?
b.midline of the body
d.lateral humerus ||b|
|for shoulder abduction the axis is located on the?
d.glenoid fossa ||c|
|for knee flexion the stationary arm is pointed toward the?
a.lateral side of femur
|for knee extension in supine you 1st position a towel under the ____ section of the ____ joint
d.distal knee ||b|
|for hip abduction the stationary arm is on the?
c.midline of patella
|for ankle dorsiflexion the moveable arm is __ the ____.
a.on, 4th metacarpal
b.parrell to, 4th metacarpal
c.parell to, 5th metacarpal
d.on, 2nd MCP ||c|
|for ankle plantar flexion the axis is just ___ and ___ to the lateral malleolus.
|for ankle inversion/eversion the stationary arm is in line with the?
a.midline of patella
d.fibular head ||b|
|for ankle plantar flexion the axis is on the?
d.midline of tarsus ||b|
|normal doriflexion ROM is?
|One purpose of joint ROM evaluation is to establish a baseline for an individual's ROM in a joint. T or F ||True, this allows for comparison of the normal range for that patient or can be used to compare ROM available in the unaffected side.|
|Database ROM values can: (a)show progression, (b)show need for modification of treatment, (c)provide documentation for legal evidence, (d)all ||D,Documented baseline values provide documented evidence to third party payers of progression or need for modification.|
|The ROM eval. results cannot be used in Workman's comp cases. T or F ||False|
|Hypomobility and hypermobility of joint function does not interfere with ADL's. T or F ||False|
|Hypomobility describes joint ROM that is due to the patient being lazy. T or F ||False, Hypomobility is decreased ROM due to joint tightness.|
|An ergonomic study research could use ROM eval results to design ideal products for the average person. T or F ||True|
|A patient would have no interest in seeing their ROM results. T or F ||False, ROM eval results could be used to motivate patients.|
|Research conducted on determining the effectiveness of treatment regimes would not be enhanced by ROM eval results. T or F ||False|
|Goniometry is not useful when there is suspected limitation of motion. T or False ||False|
|Documentation of abnormal or fixed joint positions do not have to be communicated to other healthcare staff. Just record the findings on discharge. ||False|
|A fixed joint position is called a contracture. T or F ||True|
|AROM can determine a patient's muscle _______,willingness to move, and their overall coordination. ||strength|
|Which motion is greater AROM or PROM? ||PROM|
|PROM is greater than AROM because a joint has some additional motion available. Where does this occur? ||At the end of the range, not under voluntary control.|
|The purpose of the additional available motion not under voluntary control is to absorb intrinsic forces and protect the joint. T or F ||False, it protects against extrinsic forces and protects the joint.|
|PROM would not be helpful in determining whether a certain motion causes symptoms. T or F ||False|
|PROM can reveal the type of tissue resistance. T or F ||True|
|Tissue resistance, or the feeling occurring at the end of PROM is called the End Determination. T or F ||False, it is called the end feel.|
|There are no differences in end feels, all are the same. T or F ||False|
|Normal end feels are classified as ________, ________, and hard. ||Soft,Firm|
|PROM that is less than AROM is usually due to patient guarding or not being relaxed. T or F ||True|
|A Soft end feel is an abrupt increase in resistance, like when flexing the elbow. T or F ||False, a soft end feel is a gradual increase in resistance as soft tissue approximation occurs as with elbow flexion.|
|Firm end feels are abrupt increases in resistance due to muscle or capsular tension. T or F ||True|
|A "creep" may be described as a give that is felt as the tissue is being stretched. T or F ||True|
|A Hard end feel is gradual and does not involve stoppage of the joint movement. That's called 'bone on bone' movement. T or F ||False, Hard end feels are abrupt stoppages of joint movements as with the 'bone on bone' feeling that occurs with elbow extension.|
|An example of a Firm end feel is hip extension with knee flexion. T or F ||False, hip flexion with knee extension produces the feeling due to the stretch of the muscle tissue.|
|Abnormal end feels can be described as occurring sooner or later in the ROM than what is typical for that joint. T or F ||True|
|Empty end feels can be classified as soft, firm or hard. The emptiness relates to the joint structure. T or F ||False, they can't be categorized, and are due to patient guarding, muscle spasm, or noncompliance.|
|Muscular end feels occur with tight or reactive muscles but not with spasmy muscles. T or F ||False, all are causes|
|Capsular end feels occur with stiff, painful, leathery joints but are not in a specified pattern of LOM. T or F ||False, all are present|
|Ligamentous end feels is firm and this is normal. T or F ||False, this is an abnormal end feel.|
|Springy end feels relate to tendons, and are normal. T or F ||False, springy end feels are abnormal if they are cartilaginous.|
|Overpressure is the pressure an examiner applies at the beginning of ROM so that there will be slack at the end of the motion. T or F ||False, Overpressure is applied by the examiner at the end to take up slack of motion remaining in the joint.|
|Proximal joint component describes the portion of the joint below the joint axis. T or F ||False, Above|
|The movement arm is aligned in the proximal joint component. An example would be the humerus for elbow flexion. T or F ||The stationary arm is aligned.|