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Midtarsal (Talonavicular and Calcaneocuboid) Joint:

  • To facilitate dorsiflexion and inversion:

     

  • Navicular and cuboid glide dorsally on talus and calcaneus, respectively (Wise)

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Midtarsal (Talonavicular and Calcaneocuboid) Joint:

  • To facilitate plantarflexion and eversion:

  • Navicular and cuboid glide plantarly on talus and calcaneus, respectively (Wise)

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TaloNavicular Joint

  • Concave/Convex

  • Convex: Talus
  • Concave: Navicular Bone

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Midtarsal (Talonavicular and Calcaneocuboid) Joint:

  • During inversion in non-weight bearing:
  • (per Norkin & White)

  • Navicular glides medially and dorsally on the Talus

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Midtarsal (Talonavicular and Calcaneocuboid) Joint:

During Eversion in non-weight bearing:

(per Norkin & White)

  • Navicular glides laterally and plantarly

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Femoral Nerve

  • Spinal Nerve Root Levels

  • L2, L3, L4

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Femoral Nerve

  • Muscles Innervated

  • Psoas Major (per Neumann)
  • Iliacus
  • Sartorius
  • Pectineus (part)
  • Quadriceps: Rectus Femoris, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Medialis, Vastus Intermedius
  • Articularis Genu (per Neumann)

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • Origins
  • (per Kendall)

  • Posterior surface of the ulna, distal to the origin of the supinator
  • interosseus membrane
  • posterior surface of the middle 1/3 or the radius

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • Insertion
  • (per Kendall)

  • Base of the first metacarpal bone, radial side

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • Innervation
  • Spinal Nerve Root Levels

  • Radial Nerve
  • C6, C7, C8

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • What Joints does it cross?

  • Radioscaphoid
  • Scaphoid/Trapezium
  • Trapezium/1st Metacarpal

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • Action
  • (per Kendall)

  • Abducts and extends the carpometacarpal joint of the thumb
  • Radial deviation
  • Assists with wrist flexion

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • How do you perform strength assessment of your muscle?

  • With the wrist stabilized and the 1st metacarpal in abduction and slight extension
    • Apply pressure toward adduction and flexion

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Abductor Pollicis Longus

  • How do you strengthen concentrically?

  • How do you strengthen eccentrically?
     

  • Concentrically
    • Place the fist metacarpal in a position of adduction and flexion, then apply resistance as the first metacarpal is actively moved in the direction of abduction and extension
  • Eccentrically
    • Place the first metacarpal bone in a position of abduction and slight extension,
      then apply pressure against the lateral surface of the distal end of the first metacarpal in the direction of adduction and flexion.

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Abductor Pollicis Longus:

  • How to stretch:

  • With the wrist stabilized and the 1st metacarpal in adduction and flexion

    • Passively apply pressure toward adduction and flexion with ulnar deviation

  • Essentially, perform FInkelstein's test?

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Pelvis: Shenten's Line

  •  inferior part of femur -> U-line to inferior border of superior pubic ramis

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Pelvis: "J" Line

  • ASIS down to greater trochanter

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Pelvis: Iliopubic Line

  • medial portion of the ilium to the pubic symphysis

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Pelvis: IlioIschial Line

  • Iliac notch to inner surface of the ischium (inferior border of the obturator foramen

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Femoral angle of inclination:

  • Femoral Neck relative to the femoral shaft; should be approx. 125-135 degrees in an adult

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