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Kinesiology 2 final

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What MMT veterbrae level is Hip flexion? L1 L2
What MMT veterbrae level is Knee extension l3 l4
What MMT veterbrae level is Dorsiflexion? L4 L5
What MMT veterbrae level is great toe flexion? L5
What MMT veterbrae level is Plantar Flextion? S1
What dermatome is for Anterior thigh? L2
What dermatome is for middle 1/3 anterior thigh? L2
What dermatome is for patella and medial leg? L4
What dermatome is for Fibual head and dorsum of foot? L5
What dermatome is for Lateral and plantar part of foot? S1
What dermatome is for ledial part of the posterior thigh? S2
What reflex is patella? L4
What reflex is Achillies? S1
What reflex is Bieceps? C5
Brachioradialis reflex C6
Triceps C7
Prepatella Bursa behind knee cap, housemaids knee
Anserine Bursa Medially
Suprapatella Bursa btw distal femur and quads tendon
How many IV discs are there? 17 rings/Annulus fibrosus coccyx and sacrum make 5 FUSED bones 23 IV discs 24 moveable Veterbraes +5 fused=29 TOTAL
ROM for normal gait hip flexion 0-30
ROM for normal gait hip extension 0-15
ROM for normal gait knee flexion 0-60
ROM for normal gait knee extension 0
ROM for normal gait DF 0-10
ROM for normal gait PF 0-20
Normal Gait swing phase RLA Swing 40% Intial swing Midswing Terminal swing
Normal Gait stance phase RLA 60% Stance phase Initial contact loading response midstance terminal stance pre-swing
How many ribs are there? 24 total 12 on ea side 7 true 8-10 false 11&12 floating
What characteristics of the throacic cavity consist of? Sternum, ribsc * costal cartilage laterally. thoracic veterbrae, diaphragm, and clavicle
Define gait cycle AKA Stride heel of 1 extremity touches the ground and when that same point touchs again.
Stride length VS Step Length Stride length is distance travled during gait cycle. Measure heel to heel. Step L- heel strike one 1 ft to heel strike of other. 1-16"
Step is one half of a stride. 2 steps=stride.
Cadence number of steps per min. slow 70 fast 130
Gait terminology RLA VS Standard Stance phase heel strike/intial contact (after Tib Ant eccentric lowers ft) Foot flat/loading responce midstance heel off/terminal stance toe off/pre-swing 60%
Gait terminology RLA VS Standard swing phase 40% Acceleration/Initial swing midswing deceleration(HS'S)/terminal swing
RLA VS STANDARD TERMINOLOGY RLA- periods of time Standard- points
Vetertebral curves Cervical=lordosis=convex=7 thoracic-kyphosis=concave=12 lumbar-lordiosis=convex-5 sacral=kyphosis-concave=5 fused
Where is the COG? Anterior to S2
Joints that make up the Pelvic girdle SI(plane joint) + the lumbosacral joint
Bones of pelvic gridle 2 hip b, sacrum, coccyx
legg-calve-perthes AKA Hip Dysplasia flattened femoral head bc of no blood supply to the head of the femur
Lumbosacral angle norm-30 degrees Nutation-sacrum flexion Counternutation-sacrum extension
Coxa Valga angle 125 degrees in the frontal plane
Normal Hip flexion degrees 135 degress
What is the Y lig of the Hip? Iliumfemoral
Hip ER ROM? 45 degrees
Hip IR ROM? 35 degrees
Hip Adduction and Abduction ROM? Add-30 Abd-50
Tarsal Tunnel The tarsal tunnel (flexor retinaculum) is found behind medial malleolus. TOM DICK AN HARRY
5th MT and MTP joint-what ms's insert here Peroneus Brevis and longus-PF&Eversion Superficial Peroneal Nerve
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