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Rehab test

rehab test 1

What are seven Extrinsic injury factors? Environment, equip, bio mechanical factors, playing time, position, rule enforcement, coaching
What are 6 intrinsic injury factors? age, gender, injury history, level of fitness, psychological, psychosocial
What are seven psychological and psychosocial factors? personality, fear of failure, social evaluation, not ready to perform, life stress, anxiety, loss of internal control
What is the definition of the General Adaptation Syndrome Theory? Athletes with higher life stress deplete their adaptive resources at a much higher rate.
What are three sources of negative life stress? death, illness, breakup
What are three sources of positive life stress? made captain of the team, media recognition, moved up a competitive level
What are the three premises of the Model of stress and athletic injury? Personality, History of stressors, Coping resources
What is one attribute that would fall under Personality? Hardiness
What is one attribute that would fall under History of stressors? Life events
What is one attribute that would fall under coping resources? general coping behaviors
What are the five category's of the Grief Model Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
What are the four important rehab concerns? athlete must: feel understood, accept injury, understand the rehab plan, adhere to rehab plan
What are the four things we as athletic trainers can do to achieve the rehab concerns? build rapport, educate the athlete, teach athlete coping skills, help athlete build social support system.
Inflammation is what ? bodys response to injury
What is the purpose of inflammation? Heal the tissues by replacing damaged and destroyed tissue.
What are four benefits of early PROM? decrease in joint swelling, decrease in pain meds taken, faster regaining of normal ROM, reduced muscle atrophy
What three positions afford the greatest amount of activity of the external rotators? side lying external rotation, ER in the scapular plane, ER at 90 deg of abduction
As the angle of arm elevation increases while doing shoulder ER exercises what happens to the Superspinatous and deltoid? Activity increases
As the angle of arm elevation increases while doing shoulder ER exercises what happens to the Infraspinatious and teres minor? Activity decreases
What are three good exercises for strengthing the serratus anterior? Push up with a plus, dynamic hug, standing serratus anterior punch
At what degrees of flexion can open kinetic chain exercises be performed? 90-40 degree's
What are the five special things we should find out regarding patient education and the use of modalitys? What modality, Goal for the modality, contraindications, how patient will feel, precautions and reason to discontinue treatment,
When three times is polarity important in rehab? Iontophoresis, denervated muscle, retard formation of edema
Motion that is beyond the anatomic zero is reported and considered to be what? a + sign for hypermobility
Motion that is unable to reach the zero position is reported and considered to be what? a - sign for hypomobility
Where do we measure total scapular distance? Inferior angle of the acromian across to the third thoracic vertabra
How do we obtain our measurements for lateral scapular slide test? three measurements at 1 deg, 40 deg, 90 deg of abduction
When using the lateral scapular slide test scapular distance is measured where? inferior angle of the scapula to the t7 thoracic vertabra
Created by: shsuman152
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