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movements #18

BIO 180

flexion decrease angle from elements of joints
extension increase angles between elements of joints
hyperextension go back beyond anatomical position
adduction adding towards midline
abduction away from midline
circumduction turning your arm in a loop
rotation can rotate with head and limbs
pronation turning wrist and palms back PRO BASKETBALL PLAYERS PRONATE
supination the palms facing anteriorly
inversion twisting movement of the foot that turns the ankle inward and the medial edge up
eversion twisting movement turning foot outward
dorsiflexion flexion at the ankle joint where you would dig your heel into the ground
plantar flexion extends the ankle joint and elevates the heel as you would tip toe
opposition movement of the thumb toward the surface of the palm
Created by: alfinia