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Musculoskeletal PT- Exam #3 Study GuideWhich of the following injuries occurs from repetitive overuse and affects thecommon wrist extensor origin of the extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis, andextensor digitorum and digiti minimi?Lateral epicondylitisCorrectMedial epicondylitisMedial valgus stress overloadFracture of the distal humerus
Which of the following injuries occurs from overuse and affects the origin of thepronator teres, flexor carpi radialis, and the flexor carpi ulnaris?
Why is early protection needed following the diagnosis of lateral epicondylitis?
Active and passive range of motion (ROM) exercises for the elbowand wrist are needed from the splinted positionIn the initial healing stage, what actions does the physical therapist assistant (PTA)take to promote healing in lateral epicondylitis?
How can the PTA enhance the effectiveness of low-load, long-duration staticstretching?
Musculoskeletal PT- Exam #3 Study GuidePremedicate the patient with nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs(NSAIDs) before to treatmentUse moist heat or ultrasoundCorrectUse prestretching exercises that are pain-freeNone of the above
What does the counterforce brace do for the patient with lateral epicondylitis?

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