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Common capsular patterns of joints

TMJ Limitation of mouth opening
Atlanto-occipital Extension, side flexion equally limited
Cervical spine Lateral flexion and rotation equally limited, extension
Glenohumeral Lateral rotation, abduction, medial rotation
Sternoclavicular Pain at extremes of range of movement
Acromioclavicular Pain at extremes of range of movement
Ulnohumeral Flexion, extension
Radiohumeral Flexion, extension, supination, pronation
Proximal radioulnar Supination, pronation
Distal radioulnar Full range of movement, pain at extremes of rotation
Radiocarpal (wrist) Flexion and extension equally limited
Trapeziometacarpal Abduction, extension
MCP and IP Flexion, extension
Thoracic spine Lateral flexion and rotation equally limited, extension
Lumbar spine Lateral flexion and rotation equally limited, extension
Sacroiliac, symphysis pubis, and sacrococcygeal Pain when joints are stressed
Hip Flexion, abduction, medial rotation
Knee Flexion, extension
Tibiofibular Pain when joint stressed
Talocrural Plantar flexion, dorsiflexion
Talocalcaneal (subtalar) Limitation of varus range of movement
Midtarsal Dorsiflexion, plantar flexion, adduction, medial rotation
First metatarsalphalangeal Extension, flexion
Second to fifth metatarsophalangeal Variable
Interphalangeal Flexion, extension
Created by: glopez111
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