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GH stands for

Glenohumeral

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This includes all of the body structures that provide motion at the GH joint and scapula

Shoulder complex

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Scapula and clavicle are referred to as

Shoulder girdle

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Activities of the scapula and humerus are referred to as

GH joint or shoulder joint

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Shoulder complex consists of _____ joints that function in coordinated and rhythmic manner

Four

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Name the 4 joints of the shoulder complex

Sternoclavicular joint, acromioclavicular joint, GH joint, and scapulothoracic gliding mechanism

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Name the motions of the scapula

Scapular elevation
Scapular depression
Scapular adduction or retraction
Scapular abduction or protraction
Scapular upward rotation
Scapular downward rotation

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In terms of the scapula, When client shrugs shoulders it is known as what motion

Scapular elevation

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In terms of the scapula, When client reaches toward ground is known as what motion

Scapular depression

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In terms of scapula, When client sticks chest out and pulls shoulders back it is known as what motion

Scapular adduction or retraction

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In terms of scapula, When client reaches forward pulling scapula away from spine/vertebrae the motion is called

Scapular abduction or protraction

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In terms of scapula, Motion occurs when inferior angle of scapula moves up and away from spine.

Scapular upward rotation

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Speaking on scapula, When arm returns to neutral or anatomical position

Scapular downward rotation

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speaking of scapula, What motion is important and necessary to achieve full GH joint AROM

Scapular upward rotation

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In terms of gh joint, Motion of putting something in cupboard above head

GH joint flexion

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In term of gh joint, Motion of moving arm straight back from neutral/anatomical position

GH joint extension/hyperextension

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In terms of gh joint, Motion where client would be reaching behind the small of his or her back or placing Palm of hand on stomach

GH joint internal rotation

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Gh, Motion where client reaches with left arm for shoulder belt before driving car. Or placing palm on back of head

GH joint external rotation

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Describes movement relationship between scapula in shoulder girdle and GH joint

Scapulohumeral rhythm

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The 4 parts of the shoulder are:

Glens humoral joint (GH)
Scapula
Humerus
Clavical

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What is the 2:1 ratio?

1* of scapula motion for every 2* of numeral flexion or abduction

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What is shoulder subluxation?

Partial dislocation of the humerus at the GH joint. Common after a stroke. (Bobbie putting her thumb between the bones)

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What is hemiplegia?

Paralysis of one side of the body after a CVA

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What is theraputic touch?

Being gentle yet firm