KIN 243 - Part 2

KIN 243 - Part 2 - 2 Systematic Gait – Weight Bearing...

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Fractures 1. Stress 2. Trauma Greenstick Incomplete Serrated Compression Spiral Transverse Oblique Longitudinal 3. Avulsion Bone Parts 1. Hyaline Cartilage 2. Epiphysis 3. Aphophysie Joints 1. Sinarthrodial 2. Amphiarthrodial 3. Diarthrodial Diarthrodial Characteristics 1. Has a Defined Joint Space 2. Has Hyaline Cartilage 3. Has Synovial Lining 4. Types of Diarthrodial Joints 1. 2. Hinge 3. Pivot 4. Gliding 5. Saddle Joints Skin 1. Avulsion 2. Puncture 3. Abrasion 4. Incision 5. Laceration Force 1. Tension 2. Compression  3. Sheer Predisposing Factors 1. Postural Scoliosis, Lordosis
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Systematic Gait – Weight Bearing Stance 1. Heel Strike 2. Flat Foot 3. Mid Stance 4. Toe Off Flight 1. Acceleration 2. Mid-stage 3. Deceleration Crutches 1. Equipment 2. Size a. Tip – 6-8” b. Ax. Pad – 2 – 3 fingers c. Grip – 15-20 o 3. Gait Progression a. Non Weight Bearing b. Touch Down Weight Bearing c. Partial Weight Bearing d. Full Weight Bearing Using a Cane 1. Base of Support 2. Center of Gravity Incline & Decline 1. Going up is the good foot 2. Going down is the bad foot...
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course KIN 243 taught by Professor Bissonnette during the Fall '08 term at Rhode Island.

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