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Kinesiology Laboratory 38.317. Instructor: Bryanna Hawkins Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Fridays 11 00 -1 00 Weed 100 Or B y Appointment. Report Formatting. Title Page Title, Lab Section, Instructor, Date, Authors & Contributions Introduction (5%)

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Kinesiology laboratory 38 317

Kinesiology Laboratory38.317

Instructor: Bryanna Hawkins

Email: [email protected]

Office Hours: Fridays 1100-100 Weed 100

Or By Appointment


Report formatting

Report Formatting

  • Title Page

    • Title, Lab Section, Instructor, Date, Authors & Contributions

  • Introduction (5%)

    • Purpose and Physiological Principles

  • Methods (10%)

    • Materials List, Subject Characteristics, Lab Methodology

  • Results (30%)

    • Summarize Data, Tables, Graphs, Illustrations

  • Discussion (30%)

    • Interpret Results, Physiological Significance, Opinions on Activity

  • References (5%)

    • AMA or APA formatting

    • BE CONSISTANT!

  • Appendices (5%)

    • Raw Data (i.e. notes from lab), Extra Figures, etc.

  • Overall Quality (15%)

    • Professional Appearance, On Time, etc.


Planes and axes

Planes and Axes

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*NB, the Vertical Axis can also be called the Longitudinal Axis


Review of anatomical terms

Review of Anatomical Terms

Position

  • Anterior/Posterior

  • Superior/Inferior

  • Lateral/Medial

  • Proximal/Distal

  • Ipsilateral/Contralateral

  • Superficial/Deep

  • Dorsal/Ventral

    Movement

  • Extension/Flexion

  • Abduction/Adduction

  • Elevation/Depression

  • Rotation (Internal/External)

  • Pronation/Supination

  • Dorsiflexion/Plantarflexion

  • Eversion/Inversion

  • Protraction/Retraction

  • Protusion/Retrusion


Human motion

Human Motion

  • Occurs around joints

  • Major joints

    • Shoulder (Glenohumeral)

    • Elbow

    • Forearm

    • Wrist

    • Spine

    • Hip

    • Knee

    • Ankle (Distal Talofibular Joint)

  • Degrees of Freedom

    • Osteokinematic Motion

    • Planes and Axes

  • ROM

    • Joint structure

    • Shape of articulating surfaces

    • Soft Tissue

    • Receptor feedback


Bony palpation

Bony Palpation

  • Familiarization with Anatomical Landmarks

  • Acclimation with Hands-on Investigation

  • Recognize Different Anatomies

  • Clinical Application

  • Practice, Practice, Practice!


Bony landmarks

Bony Landmarks

Arm

  • Olecranon Process (p 114)

  • Humeral Medial & Lateral Epicondyles (p 114-15)

  • Head of Radius (p117)

  • Ulnar StyloidProcess (p 116)

  • Radial Styloid Process (p 118)

    Hand

  • Anatomical Snuffbox (p 153)

  • Scaphoid Tubercle (p 124)

  • Pisiform (p 121)

  • Hook of the Hamate (p 122)

  • Metacarpals (1st thru 5th)

  • Metacarpophalangeal (MCP) Joints

  • Phalanges (Proximal, Middle, and Distal)

  • Proximal Interphalangeal (PIP) Joints

  • Distal Interphalangeal (DIP) Joints

  • Carpal Bones (Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate, Pisiform, Triquetrum, Lunate, Scaphoid) (p 119)

    Shoulder Girdle

  • Spine of the Scapula (p 52)

  • Medial Border of the Scapula (p 52)

  • Inferior Angle of the Scapula (p 53)

  • Acromion Process (p 57)

  • Coracoid Process (p 59)

  • Clavical (medial and lateral ends) (p 57)


Bony landmarks1

Bony Landmarks

Axial Skeleton

  • Manubrium (p 184)

  • Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Spinous & Transverse Processes (p 285)

    Pelvic Girdle

  • Illiac Crest (p 285)

  • Anterior Superior Iliac Spine (ASIS) (p 285)

  • Posterior Superior Iliac Spine (PSIS) (p 286)

    Leg & Foot

  • Greater Trochanter of the Femur (p 287)

  • Medial & Lateral Epicondyle of Femur (p 353)

  • Patella (p 350)

  • Tibial Tuberosity of the Tibia (p 350)

  • Fibula Head (p 351)

  • Medial & Lateral Malleoli (p 357)

  • Calcaneus (p 358)


For next week

For Next Week

  • Lab Report 1

  • Practice Palpations

  • Readings: H&K Ch. 5, TG pp. 48-50, 61-106, 63-69, 71, 74-75, 82, 84, 86, 89, 92, 97, 99,101-103 (not palpation)


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