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At what point in training can hypertrophy of major muscle groups be expected to occur? 6-8 Weeks
Spondylolysis Avoid what direction Hyper-extension or extension past neutral
Contraindication to central zone repair of the meniscus during the first 8 wks Knee flexion greater than 60-70 degrees Avoid posterior translation forces
Dermatome testing Anterior thigh L2
Dermatome testing Middle third of anterior thigh L3
Dermatome testing Patella and medial malleolus L4
Dermatome testing Fibular head and dorsum of foot L5
Dermatome testing Medial aspect of posterior thigh S2
Dermatome testing Perianal area S3-S5
Dermatome testing Posterior head C2
Dermatome testing Posterior-lateral neck C3
Dermatome testing Acromioclavicular joint C4
Lateral Arm C5
Lateral forearm and thumb C6
Palmar distal phalanz-middle finger C7
Little finger and ulnar border of the hand C8
Medial forearm T1
Ankle dorsiflexion L4-L5
Great toe extension L5
Ankle Plantar flexion S1
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