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1

Distal portion moves over an externally stabilized proximal portion

mobility

2

A position is intentionally held

stability

3

Proximal portion moves over externally stabilized distal portion

controlled mobility

4

Distal portion moves with control over an internally stabilized proximal portion

skill

5

Common deficits of mobility

loss of AROM, loss of PROM

6

Common deficits of stability

loss of voluntary co-contraction

7

Common deficits with controlled mobility

inability to weight shift and impaired dynamic balance

8

Common deficits with skill

impaired gait, impaired transfers, impaired object manipulation

9

What PNF technique would you use for someone with impaired mobility?

dynamic reversals
repeated stretch
rhythmic initiation
contract/hold relax
combo of iso

10

What PNF technique would you use for someone with impaired stability?

rhythmic stabilization
stabilizing reversals

11

What PNF technique would you use for someone with impaired controlled mobility?

replication
combo of isos

12

What PNF technique would you use for someone with impaired skill?

part practice with various techniques
whole practice with optimal resistance

13

If your patient is unable to lift their arm overhead for functional tasks, which type of PNF technique can be used to address this?

Dynamic reversals
repeated stretch
rhythmic initiation
contract/hold relax
combo of iso

14

If your patient is unable to maintain standing, which type of PNF technique can you use to address this?

rhythmic stabilization
stabilizing reversals

15

Your patient is unable to weight shift in standing, which type of PNF technique can you use to address this?

replication
combo of iso

16

Your patient is unable to rise to stand from sitting, what type of PNF technique can you apply to address this?

part practice with various techniques
whole practice with optimal resistance