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Modified Thomas Test

Modified Thomas Test

Modified Thomas Test. Knee to chest. Help them down. This rotates pelvis posteriorly. Iliopsoas. Push knee to table- should be able to make it!. Stretching the right iliopsoas b/c right femur carried posterior. Rectus Femoris. Attached to patella, so common in knee injury.

By zorana
(3970 views)

History Taking, Assessment of Bleeding & Examination of patient

History Taking, Assessment of Bleeding & Examination of patient

History Taking, Assessment of Bleeding & Examination of patient. Nairobi, Kenya. June 24, 2013. Objectives. Discuss the importance of history taking Describe the approach to taking a history List important questions to ask when assessing a bleed

By mateo
(266 views)

Hip Lab

Hip Lab

Hip Lab. Brandee Johnson Cindy Dong Ken Bufford. Hip joint is a --------------------- joint?. Ball-and-socket. Name the joint which connects sacrum with the iliac crest?. Sacroiliac joint. Articulation of which bone makes the hip joint?. The head of the femur and acetabulum of the pelvis.

By cargan
(255 views)

Three A mazing M uscles

Three A mazing M uscles

Three A mazing M uscles. Sternocleidomastoid. This muscle has an astounding array of referred phenomena:

By nani
(75 views)

Iliopsoas (Psoas major & Iliacus)

Iliopsoas (Psoas major & Iliacus)

Iliopsoas (Psoas major & Iliacus). Action flexion at hip flexion at lumbar intervertebral joints (psoas major only). Gluteus Maximus. Largest Actions Extends and laterally rotates at hip joint. Gluteus Medius. 2 nd Largest Actions Abduction and medial rotation at hip joint.

By jeslyn
(158 views)

The Spinal Column and Thorax

The Spinal Column and Thorax

The Spinal Column and Thorax. ESAT 3600 Fundamentals of Athletic Training. Main Functions. Skull Protect brain Thorax Absorb forces of impact Muscle attachment Vertebral column Provides framework and foundation for most movements of body and extremities Muscle attachment

By sidney
(130 views)

Locomotion on Solid Surfaces

Locomotion on Solid Surfaces

Locomotion on Solid Surfaces. Chapter 19. Objectives. 1. Identify and classify motor skills belong in the categories that fall under the heading of moving one’s body on the ground or another resistant surface

By keisha
(241 views)

Thigh, Hip and Pelvis

Thigh, Hip and Pelvis

Thigh, Hip and Pelvis. Joints are rarely injured in sport Soft tissue is commonly injured Bony Structure Femur Pelvis Sacrum and Coccyx. Pelvis. Iliac Crest ASIS and PSIS Ischial tuberosity Innominate Bone- Consist of: Ilium Ischium Pubis. Hip Joint. Ball and Socket Joint

By reya
(206 views)

Actions of the Knee

Actions of the Knee

Actions of the Knee. Flexion/Extension. Extension of the knee. Vastus lateralis Vastus intermedius Vastus medialis Rectus femoris. Biceps femoris Semitendinosus Semimembranosus Sartorius. Gracilis Gastrocnemius Plantaris Popliteus. Flexion of the knee.

By hyman
(99 views)

The Iliopsoas Muscle

The Iliopsoas Muscle

The Iliopsoas Muscle. Accession 112303. Anatomy of the Iliopsoas (Miller). Fusion of the psoas major and iliacus muscle Ventral to the quadratus lumborum and dorsal to the psoas minor, which it covers laterally

By thora
(172 views)

Bleeding Disorders

Bleeding Disorders

Bleeding Disorders. Hemophilia. Hemostasis. * The intimal surface of blood vessels throughout the body is lined by monolayer of endothelial cells . These express anticoagulant properties that promote blood fluidity normally.

By mick
(153 views)


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