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Scapula MMT

TermDefinition
Elevation AG (Position) (S) Seated erect, arms resting at sides of body;(E) stands behind (S) toward side
Elevation AG (Stabilize) Trunk stabilized against chair back
Elevation AG (Palpate) Upper trapezius & levator scapula
Elevation AG (Observe) Elevation of scapula as (S) shrugs shoulder toward ear
Elevation AG (Resist) (E) hand over acromion & pushes downward toward scapular depression
Elevation AG (Substitution) Pushing knees with hands
Elevation GD (Position) (S) lying prone w/ head in midposition; (E) stands to side of (S)1
Elevation GD (Stabilize) Weight of trunk on supporting surface adequate stabilization
Elevation GD (Palpate) Upper trapezius & levator scapula
Elevation GD (Observe) Elevation of scapula as (S) shrugs shoulder toward ear
Depression AG (Position) (S) lying prone w/ arm internal rotated & at side
Depression AG (Stabilize) Weight of trunk supporting surface adequate stabilization
Depression AG (Palpate) Lower Trapezius
Depression AG (Observe) (S)moves scapula caudal
Depression AG (Resist) Hand cupped over inferior angle of scapula & pushes upward toward scapular elevation
Depression AG (Substitution) Upright position,gravity natural substitution
Depression GD (Position) (S) lying prone w/ arm internally rotated & at side
Depression GD (Stabilize) Weight of trunk supporting surface adequate stabilization
Depression GD (Palpate) Lower Trapezius
Depression GD (Observe) Elevation of scapula as (S) shrugs shoulder toward ear
Abduction AG Position (S) lying supine w/ humerus flexed to 90°; elbow extended/flexed
Abduction AG Stabilize Trunk
Abduction AG Palpate Serratus anterior
Abduction AG Observe (S) abducts scapula so arm moves upward
Abduction AG Resist (E) grasps distal humerus & pushes downward
Abduction AG Substitution Pectoralis major & minor may pull scapula forward into abduction
Abduction GD Position (S) sits erect w/ humerus flexed to 90° supported, elbow extended
Abduction GD Stabilize Over the shoulder to be tested
Abduction GD Palpate Serratus anterior
Abduction GD Observe Abduction of scapula as arm moves forward
Adduction AG Position (S) lying prone w/ shoulder abducted to 90° externally rotated;shoulder resting on supported surface
Adduction AG Stabilize Weigh of trunk on supporting surface adequate stabilization
Adduction AG Palpate Rhomboids and middle Trapezius
Adduction AG Observe (S) lifts arm off table
Abduction AG Resist At vertebral border of scapula toward abduction
Adduction AG Substitution None
Adduction GD Position (S) sits erect w/humerus abducted to 90° and supported, elbow extended
Adduction GD Stabilize Weight of trunk supporting surface adequate stabilization
Adduction GD Palpate Middle trapezius and rhomboids
Adduction GD Observe Ask (S) to shrug shoulders together. Observe scapular adduction toward vertebral column
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