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haney c8 sports med

The medical name for a tail bone is a .... coccyx
True or False. The hip is the strongest joint in the body True
The term coccyx is referred to the four fused vertabrae on the lower end of the spine. True or False True
An injured athlete who exhibits significant loss of motion should ... Be referred to a physician.
The two fused vertabrae that make up the pelvis are the ..... sacrum and coccyx
Which of the following does not occur in the hip joint? Dislocation,sprain,separation, or contusion. Separation
Hip strains commonly occur when the joint has recieved .... violent twisting motions of the torso
True or False . An injured athlete who has lost complete range of motion should be refered to a physcian. True
Which of the following is not a ligament of the hip? a) illefemoral ligament b) sacroilac ligament c) pubofemoral ligament d) transverse acetabular ligament Answer : B
Which of the following acute injuries could not occur in a hip joint? a) dislocation b) sprain c) contusion d) separation
All of the following are major muscles of the hip besides for ______ . a) gluteus medius b) sartorious c) pectineus d) supraspinatous Answer : D
What are the signs/symptoms of a fracture? swelling, redness, pain, heat, bone popping out
Why should you never attempt to reduce a dislocation of the hip? you could cause more harm to the person
How can you determine when the rehabilition guide lines have been met? - full range of motion - strength - no pain during running, jumping, and cutting
What are the bones in the hip and pelvis anatomy? Femur Pelvis (Ilium, Ischium, Pubis) Sacrum (5 fused vertebrae) Coccyx (4 fused vertebrae)
What are the ranges of motion in the hip? Adduction, Abduction, Flexion, Extension, Internal Rotation, External Rotation
What are the ranges of motion in the torso? Flexion, Extension, Lateral Flexion, Rotation
What are the steps for the evaluation format? History, Observation, Palpation, Special Tests, Assesstment Tests
What is the result to trauma to the genitalia? Hemorrhaging, fluid effusion, and muscle spasm.
Does a hip strain or a hip dislocation happen with violently twisting motions of the torso accompanied by the feet being fixed position? Hip strain
What happens when you have an injury to the coccyx? The area is bruised from falling on a hard service. Most are contusions, but severe trauma causes dislocations.
What are the 3 guidelines that must be met for rehabilitation? full range of motion, strength power and endurance are proportional to the athletes size and sport, no pain durning running jumping or cutting
The sensory distribution of a nerve root is called dermatome
Where does trochanteric buristis occur bursa sac
What kind of joint is the hip joint ball and socket joint
What do the bones of the hip and pelvic joint provide to provide the structure to transfer weight between the torso and the lower extremities
What are fat pads specialized soft tissue structures for weight bearing and absorbing impact
The bony ring is composed of two innominate bones in called pelvic girdle
What are the two innominate bones are sacrum and coccyx
How are contusions are treated basic treatment of protection rest ice compression elevation support
When you injury your hip pointer what may not be present pain and swelling
__________ is moving the leg toward the midline of the body (frontal plane)... "adding to the body" hip adduction
__________ is moving the leg away from the midline of the body "taken away" hip abduction
________ decreasing the angle between the anterior thigh and abdomen hip flexion
______ increasing the angle between the anterior thigh and abdomen hip extension
______ moving the torso laterally lateral flexion
_______ rotating the torso in the transverse plane rotation
_______ moving the torso forward through the sagittal plance (bending forward) torso flexion
________ moving the torso backward through the sagittal plane (leaning backwards) torso extension
Created by: mhtgroup
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