Flashcards in Treatment & Rehab Deck (80)
What is an Extension Lag?
When patient cannot extend his or her knee
What is the best method to test hand & forearm after a flexor injury?
What are the (3) sequences to tissue healing?
What amount of time may it take for a soft tissue remodeling?
Up to a year
Where is the primary location for "Adenosine Triphosphate" production?
Sensory Receptors located at the musculotendinous during a muscle contraction is?
Golgi Tendons Organs
What tendons monitors tension?
What is neurapraxia?
nerve conduction block
What is responsible for resorption of bone during its growth or repair?
What does not appear in an adult?
Cell division for new growth
What are the (4) sensations an athlete may feel during cryotherapy?
What is "Analgesia"?
Medicine to enable a patient to feel pain
Which cells are active after an injury to begin building collagen?
Feedback from muscles as to what they're doing during a specific activity is known as_____?
What area of the brain assists in controlling movement?
What is know as the "Control Center" of the body?
A stretch that consist of a hold?
A stretch with forceful stretch beyond normal ROM?
A stretch with stretch and contraction?
What is also known as "Therapeutic Imagery"
What must an AT establish before and while rehabbing an athlete?
If an athlete wants to lose weight what is the recommended calorie intake if he or she wants to lose 1-2 pounds per week?
Must reduce calorie intake 500-1000 per day
What are heat conduction current within the body formed by external magnetic fields called?
What delivers monophonic pulse through superficial without damaging then to deep?
What is "Sedation"
Drug to knock humans out for surgery
There physiological effects occur under cathode of an electrical stimulator?
What is a contraindication for cryotherapy?
What are the 4 phases of rehabilitation?
Range of motion
What is Rhythmic Initation?
Active w Agonist