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Lower extremity

Kinesiology Exam 3 - Lower extremities

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What is the normal ROM for flexion of the hip? 0-120 degrees
What is the normal ROM for extension of the hip? 0-30 degrees
What is the normal ROM for abduction of the hip? 0-45 degrees
What is the normal ROM for adduction of the hip? 0-30 degrees
What is the normal ROM for internal rotation of the hip? 0-45 degrees
What is the normal ROM for external rotation of the hip? 0-45 degrees
What is the normal ROM for Craig's Test of the hip? 8-15 degrees
What movement of the hip works on the iliopsoas muscle? Flexion
What movement of the hip works on the hamstrings? Extension
What movement of the hip works on the gluteus maximus? Extension
What movement of the hip works on the adductor group? Adduction
What movement of the hip works on the gluteus medius and gluteus minimus? Adbuction
Which movement of the hip works on the gluteus minimus? Internal rotation
What movement of the hip works on the 6 deep external rotators and the gluteus maximus? External rotation
What is the normal AROM for dorsiflexion of the ankle? 0-20 degrees
What is the normal AROM for plantar flexion of the ankle? 0-50 degrees
What is the normal AROM for inversion of the ankle? 0-20 degrees
What is the normal AROM for eversion of the ankle? 0-5 degrees
What movement of the ankle uses the tibalis anterior muscle? Dorsiflexion and inversion
What movement of the ankle uses the gastrocnemius muscle? Plantarflexion
What movement of the ankle uses the soleus muscle? Plantarflexion
What movement of the ankle uses the tibialis posterior muscle? Inversion
What movement of the ankle uses the peroneus longus and brevis muscles? Eversion
What is the normal AROM for the Q angle of the knee? 13-18 degrees
What is the normal AROM for flexion of the knee? 0-135 degrees
What is the normal AROM for extension of the knee? 135-0 degrees
What motion of the knee uses the hamstring muscles? Flexion
What motion of the knee uses the quadriceps muscle? Extension
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