Flashcards in Lab Concepts Deck (15)
What is the typical pathophysiology for a hip abduction SD?
hypertonic IT band (connects to tensor fascia lata)
What is the typical pathophysiology for a hip adduction SD?
hypertonic long or short adductors
What is the FABER position?
Flexed, ABducted, Externally Rotated
What causes hip extension SD with a straight leg and with knee bent?
Straight leg = hamstrings
Knee bent = gluteus maximus
What test would you use for possible hip flexion SD?
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
How do you induce abduction of the distal tibia?
apply valgus force to the knee
How do you induce adduction of the distal tibia?
apply varus force to the knee
Which motions are associated w/ posterior fibular head?
Supination (plantar flexion, adduction, and inversion)
Which motions are associated w/ anterior fibular head?
Pronation (dorsiflexion, abduction, and eversion)
What preference does the cuboid bone have?
eversion glide w/ plantar glide
What preference does the navicular bone have?
inversion glide w/ plantar glide
What preference does the cuneiforms have?
plantar glide only
What makes up the medial longitudinal arch?
calcaneus, talus, navicular, cuneiforms 1-3 and metatarsals 1-3