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1 Stefanato  Laboratory Assignment 1 KINE-1710 Tesni Stefanato October 17, 2013
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2[Type text] [Type text] [Type text] Raw Data: Lab. 1 Subject History: 1. Introduce: Hi I am Tesni, and I am going to briefly assess you to figure out what is wrong and see if I can help you with your injury. 2. History: a. How did this happen? I rolled my knee inwards when practicing ballet b. What do you think caused the problem? I wasn’t using proper posture and I wasn’t using my hip muscles to control my legs c. Have you had this kind of injury before? Yes, but it has not been this severe 3. Complaints : What are your chief/main complaints now? What problems do you have? What are you unable to do? Is there anything you do that increases or decreases your pain or problem? I have pain on the medial side of my right knee. It hurts to run, climb stairs and dance. These activities increase the pain and staying off of it and icing my knee decrease the pain. Also wearing a brace helps sometimes. 4. History of the Injury/Mechanism of injury: a. I rolled my knee inwards when practicing ballet 5. (SOAP) Subjective assessment a. Signs of inflammation : pain, warmth, swelling and decreased function observed in the right knee b. Obvious deformity : increased swelling, obvious difference between both knees, and patient walks with a slight limp c. Changes in posture : walking with a slight limp, but only when walking on leg at first d. Fracture deformity : none observed e. Symmetry : right knee swollen compared to the left f. Gait : slight limping gait 6. (SOAP) Objective assessment a. Palpation : tenderness observed on medial side of knee, swollen on lateral side of knee as well as under the patela a.i. AROM : AROM reduced due to pain with flexion and extension of the knee a.ii. PROM: PROM reduced due to pain with flexion and extension of the knee 7. (SOAP) Assessment:
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