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What does H.O.P.S stand for? History, Observation, Palpation, and Special Tests.
What are one of the tests for muscle function and FLexibility? Thompson test
What is the Thompson test? is tests the integrity of the Achilles Tendon.
What are two test to find if there is a fracture? Heel tap and squeeze test.
What are some common injuries to the foot ankle and lower leg? Blisters, ankle sprains,arch sprains, turf toe, shine splints, pantar pasciitis, heel bruise, heel spur, anterior compartment syndrome, achilles tendon strain, stress fracture and muscle cramps.
How many degrees are there for ankle sprains? three
For rehapilitation what are the return to competition guidelines? Full range of motion, strength, power and endurence are proportional to the athlete's size and sport, no pain durin running, jumping or agility movements.
Of the two major bones of the lower leg, the____ is larger then the____ tbia , fibula
What are four factors that contribute to muscle cramps? fstigue fractures dehydration poor flexibility lack of electrolytes previous injuries improperly fitted equiptment.
What are the four arches of the foot? Metatarsal, transverse, medial longitudinal, and latreral longitudinal.
What is dorsiflection? act of drawing the toe or foot toward the dosal aspect. (toes to your nose)
What is plantar flexion act of drawing the toe or foot toward the plantar aspect. (toes to the ground)
What is inversion? turning the sole of the foot inward.
What is eversion? turning the sole of the food outward.
What is decreasing the angle between the toes and the sole of the foot? Flextion
What is Extension? inceasing the angle between the toes and the sole of the foot.
WHat movement of the body segment away from the midline of the body? Abduction
What is adduction? movement of the body segment yowaard the midline of the body.
What are some conditions that indicate and athlete should be referred dor a physical evaluation gross deformity, significant pain, increased swelling, circulation ir neurological impairment,joint instability, fracture or dislocation, peristent pain within the lower leg compartments, and doubt regarding the severity or nature of the injury
What are two indicators of a stess fracture? Swelling Pain Tenderness in a specific spot Increased swelling and pain with activity Decreased swelling and pain with rest Earlier onset of pain with each successive workout Continued pain at rest as the damage progresses
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