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Myotome/Dermatomes

Myotome/Dermatome Basecamp PTA

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Upper Quarter Screening Provides rapid assessment of mobility and neurological function of the cervical spine and UE's; traditionally done in sitting
Upper Quarter Screening Components Posture - postural assessment; ROM - AROM of cervical spine, AROM of UE's and Passive overpressure of cervical spine and UE's (if the pt does NOT exhibit s/s of pathology)
Resistive Testing - C1 Cervical rotation
Resistive Testing - C2-4 Shoulder elevation
Resistive Testing - C5 Shoulder Abduction
Resistive Testing - C5-6 Elbow Flexion
Resistive Testing - C6 Wrist Extension
Resistive Testing - C7 Elbow Extension AND Wrist Flexion
Resistive Testing - C8 Thumb Extension
Resistive Testing - T1 Finger Adduction
Reflex Testing - C5 Biceps
Reflex Testing - C6 Brachioradialis
Reflex Testing - C7 Triceps
Dermatome Testing - C2 Posterior Head
Dermatome Testing - C3 Posterior-lateral neck
Dermatome Testing - C4 Acromioclavicular Joint
Dermatome Testing - C5 Lateral Arm
Dermatome Testing - C6 Lateral Forearm and Thumb
Dermatome Testing - C7 Palmer Distal Phalanx - Middle Finger
Dermatome Testing - C8 Little finger and ulnar border of hand
Dermatome Testing - T1 Medial Forarm
Lower Quarter Screening Provides rapid assessment of mobility and neurological function of the lumbosacral spine and LE's; traditionally performed in standing or sitting
Lower Quarter Screening Components Posture - postural assessment; AROM of lumbosacral spine; AROM of LE's; Passive over pressure of lumbosacral spine and LE's (if pt does NOT exhibit s/s of pathology)
Functional Testing - L4-L5 Heel Walking
Functional Testing - S1 Toe Walking
Functional Testing - L4-S1 Straight Leg Raise
Resistive Testing - L1-2 Hip Flexion
Resistive Testing - L3-4 Knee Extension
Resistive Testing - L4-5 Ankle Dorsiflexion
Resistive Testing - L5 Great Toe Extension
Resistive Testing - S1 Ankle Plantar Flexion
Reflex Testing - L4 Patella
Reflex Testing - S1 Achilles
Dermatime Testing - L2 Anterior Thigh
Dermatime Testing - L3 Middle Third of anterior thigh
Dermatime Testing - L4 Patella and medial malleolus
Dermatime Testing - L5 Fibular head and dorsum of foot
Dermatime Testing - S1 Lateral and plantar aspect of foot
Dermatime Testing - S2 Medial aspect of posterior thigh
Dermatime Testing - S3-5 Perianal area
Myotome A group of mm's primarily innervated by the same efferent nerve root
Created by: ashleighobrien
 

 



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