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IFRAH Questions for NDT Test 2

If you want to transfer this patient, what technique would you use? Partial Stand Pivot
When preparing patient to transfer, what's the best sequence to follow? Angle w/c next to mat, lock brakes, feet on floor, lean fwd, scoot toward edge of w/c, put foot closest to mat fwd, place other foot slightly back, lean fwd to increase WB thru legs & lift to partial stand pivot
What is the key in the above mentioned transfer sequence? Foot on the side of the mat is placed forward
What is the best treatment to increase stance phase activation of Left leg? Forced use at stairs, working on right leg step-ups
What would be the best rehab approach to prepare pts for most successful outcomes at d/c? Team approach with all disciplines, collaborating together & looking at body as a whole, as well as involving pt's family in goals & d/c planning
While working on sit to stand you notice pt is having a difficult time with upright posturing & leaning fwd. What component could be lacking? Anterior Pelvic Tilt
You want to work on pelvic mobility focusing on lateral pelvic tilt. What is the first thing you should do? Ask for it!
Explanation for previous answer Ask for it, Demo it, Mobilize it, & Ask for it again. The KEY is asking for it.
Facilitation To increase, encourage, make possible, or promote any desired response, mvmt, or otherwise; Visual demo important!
Sequence of Sit to Stand Mvmt Initiated by hip extension, knee extension, shoulders back; Must come over their feet
Pre-Gait Activities Leading to Gait Slowing down gait cycle to engage the brain; Examples: forced used, weight shifts, trunk stability, alignment, developmental sequence
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