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Hip And Pelvis-1

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Bony Palpations ASIS, AIIS, Iliac Crest and tubercle, greater trocanter, Pubic Tubericles, PSIS, sacral sulcus, ischial tuberosity, Si joint
Soft Tissue Palpation ingiunal ligament, satorius muscle, adductor longus muscle, adductor group, iliopsoas muscle, femoral artery, inguinal lymph nodes, rectus femoris, quad muscle group, trochanteric bursa, gleutus medius, TFL, sciatic nerve hamstring muscles
Myotomes L1, L2, L3, S1, S2
L1, L2 myotome hip flexion
L3 myotome knee extension
S1 myotome hip extension
S2 myotome knee extention
Dermatomes T10, T12, T11, L1, L2, L3, S2, S3
T10 band including umbilicus
Obstervation/inspection Check bilaterally-abrasions, discoloration, swelling, skin folds,lower kinetic chain (genu varum/valgum/recurvatum, pes plantus/cavus)-What should you check in standing position? shoulder height, head alignment anteiror view-pelvic tilt/obliquity-ASIS Postierior View-same with PSIS-hip height, illiac crests, scoliosis, gleut folds Lat view-lordosis-absent curve or exaggerated curve
Created by: jwebst1