Movements at Various Joints

Movements at Various Joints - at Various Joints of the Body...

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Movements—Possibilities at Various Joints of the Body
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Neck: occipito-atlantal, atlanto-axial, c-spine Flexion Extension Hyperextension Lateral flexion Rotation Trunk: lumbar and thoracic spine Flexion Extension Hyperextension Lateral flexion Rotation Pelvic Girdle: Lateral tilt Pelvic rotation Pelvic forward rotation or tilt Pelvic backward rotation or tilt Shoulder Girdle: SC & AC Elevation Depression Protraction—scapular abduction Retraction—scapular adduction Upward rotation—scapula Downward rotation—scapula Shoulder: glenohumeral Flexion Extension Hyperextension Abduction—frontal plane Adduction—frontal plane Horizontal abduction—transverse plane Horizontal adduction—transverse plane Diagonal abduction Diagonal adduction External rotation Internal rotation Elbow: humeroulnar Flexion Extension Radioulnar: Pronation Supination Wrist:
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  • Fall '09
  • Anatomical terms of motion, lateral flexion

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