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Loose-Pack Positions

JointLoose-Pack Position
Vertebral Midway between flexion and extension
Temporomandibular Jaw slightly open
Sternoclavicular Arm resting by side
Acromioclavicular Arm resting by side
Glenohumeral 50-70 abduction; 30 horizontal adduction; neutral rotation
Humeroulnar 70 flexion and 10 supination
Humeroradial Full extension and supination
Proximal radioulnar 70 flexion; 35 supination
Distal Radioulnar 10 supination
Radiocarpal/Ulnocarpal Neutral with slight ulnar deviation
Midcarpal Neutral with slight flexion and ulnar deviation
Carpometacarpal (1) Midway between flexion/extension and abduction/adduction
Carpometacarpal (2-5) Midway between flexion/extension
Metacarpophlanageal (1) Slight flexion
Metacarpophalangeal (2-5) Slight flexion with ulnar deviation
Interphalangeal 10-30 flexion
Hip 30 flexion; 30 abduction; slight lateral rotation
Knee 25 flexion
Talocrural Mid inversion/eversion and 10 plantar flexion
Subtalar Midway between extreme range of motion with 10 plantar flexion
Midtarsal Midway between extreme range of motion with 10 plantar flexion
Tarsometatarsal Midway between supination and pronation
Metatarsophalangeal Neutral- extension 10
Interphalangeal Slight flexion
Created by: short4life44