MS 1 ankle 2

  1. what to do to faciitate PF in a stif pt 
    sidelying, lat side up, do inversion by doing caudal thrust on fib
  2. resting position of the talocrural joint
    10 degrees PF and miway btwn sup and pro (slight sup) (5 degrees inversion)
  3. resting pos of sup tib fib joint
    25 degrees knee flex, 10 degrees PF
  4. when to do post glide of sup fib?
    to improve PF
  5. DoF of inf tib/fib jnt
    2 - caudal/cephal ant/post
  6. motions of distal fib in DF
    • abd
    • post
    • IR
    • sup
  7. motions of distal fib in PF
    • add
    • ant
    • IR (or ER depending on source)
    • inf
  8. fib has only __% WB of forces coming thru femur to lower chain
  9. hyaline cartilage of prox tib/fib joint is dependent on ___ to maintain joint cartilage nourishment
    mobility -- so prox tib/fib joint must be mobile too, to let distal joint be mobile
  10. fib motion in pronation and sup
    • pro: prox and ant
    • sup: distal and post
  11. mobilize distal fib ant to stim...?
  12. move distal fib cephalad for __ n __
    DF n inverson
  13. mov distal fib caudal for __ and _
    PF and inversion
  14. incidence of foot/ankle injury in general pop >__% 
    problems canbe corrected by
    • 80%
    • proper assessmnt
    • treatment
    • care of feet
  15. lesions of foot and ankle can lead to...?
    • altered gait mechanics
    • stress other LE jnts
    • further pathology
    • an go up to sciatic ad lumbar spine, esp L5-S1
  16. how many bones and joints in a foot/ankle complex?
    • 28
    • 25
  17. PF/DF occur in __ plane around __ axis
    • sagital
    • coronal
  18. components of pronation
    • DF
    • eversion
    • abd
  19. components of supination
    • PF
    • inv
    • add
  20. proprtional cotribution of eachcomponent in sup/pronation depends on...
    ... the unique angle of the pro/sup axis
  21. transverse tarsal joint line seperates which bones?
    calc and talus .... cuboid (lat) and navicular (med)
  22. tarsometatarsal joint line runs between...?
    the row with the cuboid (lat) and the med, intermed, and lat cuneiforms ..... the 5 metatarsals
  23. stand w feet forward, turn to look over L shoulder, this affects the feet how?
    • L foot: calc is inverted, talus is abd, DF, forefoot is sup
    • R foot: calc is everted, talus is add, DF, forefoot is pronated
  24. valgus in hindfoot
    • calc: everts/rotates medially
    • talus: adducts
    • hindfoot: goes into pronation
    • forefoot: goes into sup to keep you balanced
  25. joints of the hindfoot
    • talocrural
    • talocalcaneal/subtalar
  26. joints of the midfoot
    • Talocalcaneonavicular joint
    • Talonavicular joint
    • Calcaneocuboid joint
    • Cuneonavicular joint
    • Cuboideonavicular joint
    • Intercuneiform joints
    • Cuneocuboid joint
    • Tarsometatarsal joints
  27. where is the trochlea of the talus wider?
  28. med or lat, which trochlear facet is bggr?
  29. three articular surfaces of the body of the talus
    • medial (tibial) smaller
    • lateral (fibular) larger
    • superior (trochlear)
  30. what kind of joint is the talonavicular?
    ball and socket
  31. inv / eversion happens at which joint?
  32. the undersurface of the talus has 3 articular surfaces with the calc. What are they? Lets talk capsules
    • ant, middle, post
    • ant and middle share a capsule w the talonavicular joint
    • post has it's own capsule with the calcaneus
  33. capsular pattern of hindfoot's talocrural joint
    PF more limited than DF
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MS 1 ankle 2
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