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1

What is the typical pathophysiology for a hip abduction SD?

hypertonic IT band (connects to tensor fascia lata)

2

What is the typical pathophysiology for a hip adduction SD?

hypertonic long or short adductors

3

What is the FABER position?

Flexed, ABducted, Externally Rotated

4

What causes hip extension SD with a straight leg and with knee bent?

Straight leg = hamstrings
Knee bent = gluteus maximus

5

What test would you use for possible hip flexion SD?

Thomas test

6

Describe anterior and posterior glide for the tibiofemoral joint

Anterior glide: as knee extends, tibia glides anteriorly on femur
Posterior glide: as knee flexes, tibia glides posteriorly on femur

7

How do you induce abduction of the distal tibia?

apply valgus force to the knee

8

How do you induce adduction of the distal tibia?

apply varus force to the knee

9

Which motions are associated w/ posterior fibular head?

Supination (plantar flexion, adduction, and inversion)

10

Which motions are associated w/ anterior fibular head?

Pronation (dorsiflexion, abduction, and eversion)

11

What preference does the cuboid bone have?

eversion glide w/ plantar glide

12

What preference does the navicular bone have?

inversion glide w/ plantar glide

13

What preference does the cuneiforms have?

plantar glide only

14

What makes up the medial longitudinal arch?

calcaneus, talus, navicular, cuneiforms 1-3 and metatarsals 1-3

15

What makes up the lateral longitudinal arch?

calcaneus, talus, cuboid, and metatarsals 4-5