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PT abbreviations

QuestionAnswer
A: Assessment
AAROM Active Assitive Range of motion
AC joint acromioclavicular joint
ACL anterior cruciate ligament
add adduction
AFO ankle foot orthosis
AK above knee
amb ambulation, ambulates
ant anterior
AP anterior-posterior
ASIS anterior superior iliac spine
BE below elbow
BOS base of support
BP blood pressure
bpm beats per minute
BUN Blood Urea Nitrogen
c/o complains of
CC,C/C chief complaints
DTR deep tendon reflex
FH family histor
ext extention
fx fracture
h/o history of
HA,H/A headache
htn hypertention
hx history
IADL instrumental activities of daily living
IM intramuscular
inf inferior
KAFO knee ankle froot orthosis
KJ knee jerk
lat lateral
LBP low back pain
LE lower extremity
min minimal
MMT manual muscle test
mod moderate
MP,MEP metacarpohalangeal
MRSA methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus
nn nerve
NWB non-weight bearing
OA osteoarthritis
O.P. outpatient
P poor
P: plan, intervention plan
PA posterior/anterior
para paraplegia
PCL posterior cruciate ligament
PH past history
PMH past medical history
PNF proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
PNI peripheral nerve injury
POMR probelem-oriented medical record
pos. postive
poss possible
post posterior
prn whenever necessary, as often as necessary
PROM passive range of motion
PSIS posterior superior illiac spine
PTB patellar weight bearing
RA rheumatoid arthiritis
reps repititons
SI(j) sacroliac (joint)
sup superior
Sx symptoms
TENS,TNS transcutaneous electrical nervee stimulator/stimulation
THA total hip arthroplasty
ther ex therapeutic exercise
TKA total knee arthroplasty
TM(j) temporomandibular (joint)
TNR tonic neck reflex
TPR temperature pulse respiration
BRN bathroom priveleges
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