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Movements AP1

QuestionAnswer
Decrease of an angle (usually in the sagittal plane) flexion
Bending of trunk (vertebral column) to the side lateral flexion
Increase of angle extension
Extension beyond anatomical position hyperextension
Movement away from the midline (usually in the frontal plane) Abduction
Movement toward the midline adduction
Movement of the palm of hand anteriorly or upward supination
Movement of the palm of hand posteriorly or downward pronation
Movement of ankle joint so dorsum of foot becomes closer to anterior surface of leg (standing on heels) dorsiflexion
Movement of ankle joint so the plantar surface of foot becomes closer to the posterior surface of leg (standing on toes) plantarflexion
Medial movement of sole of foot at ankle joint (sole goes inward) inversion
Lateral movement of sole of foot at ankle joint eversion
Created by: Lisa Hall