Flashcards in Prone leg check Deck (10)
prone leg check indicates
Derified cervical syndrome (neuromechanical)
visualize change relative to specific misalignments
which table is the most consistent way to perform check?
Hydraulic HyLo table
frame of reference for prone leg check?
shoe with a rigid outsole
what do you use?
seam of shoe or like points
what else can be used but is subject to anatomical variance?
visualize for asymmetry in:
inversion/eversion, foot flate, plantar flexion/dorsioflexion
use consistent hand placement, apply slight headward pressure to remove "slack" in show, flatten foot so as to neutralize any inversion/eversion, visualize the deficient side while maintaining slight headward pressure, record findings...