Evaluation 226

  1. What does MOI stand for?
    • Mechanism of Injury
    • How did the injury occur?
  2. What happens during the on-field assessment?
    • primary survey
    • determine athlete's disposition efficiently
    • refers to tasks not done in the clinical setting
  3. What happens during the clinical assessment?
    • secondary survey (HOPS)
    • professional documentation
  4. Definition of palpation
    the art of seeing with your hands
  5. AROM
    • Active Range of Motion
    • always done first
    • joint motion produced by patient contracting muscles
  6. PROM
    • Passive Range of Motion
    • clinician moves the joint through the ROM
  7. Accessory Motion
    • arthrokinematics - "joint play"
    • ex: to flex glenohumeral joint (osteokinematics), the humeral head must slide inferiorly (arthrokinematics)
  8. RROM Measurement Techniques
    • isotonic = with weights
    • isometric = with dynamometer
    • isokinetic = with specific controlled speed dynamometer
  9. Force-Couples relationships
    muscles acting in their synergies to produce force, stabilize or reduce force
  10. Length Tension relationships
    optimal force at optimal length (shortened and elongated alter function)
  11. Reciprocal Inhibition
    overactive or tight agonist will inhibit the antagonist
  12. Synergistic Dominance
    synergist attempt to assume the role of the agonist to produce movement and force
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Evaluation 226
Exam 1