Ranges of Joint Motion.pdf - Ranges of Joint Motion Neck Flexion 70-90 degrees Touch sternum with chin Extension 55 degrees Try to point up with chin

Ranges of Joint Motion.pdf - Ranges of Joint Motion Neck...

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Ranges of Joint Motion Neck Flexion: 70-90 degrees Touch sternum with chin. Extension: 55 degrees Try to point up with chin. Lateral bending: 35 degrees Bring ear close to shoulder. Rotation: 70 degrees left & right Turn head to the left, then right. Lumbar Spine Flexion: 75 degrees Bend forward at the waist. Extension: 30 degrees Bend backward. Lateral bending: 35 degrees Bend to the side. Shoulder Abduction: 180 degrees Bring arm up sideways. Adduction: 45 degrees Bring arm toward the midline of the body. Horizontal extension: 45 degrees Swing arm horizontally backward. Horizontal flexion: 130 degrees Swing arm horizontally forward. Vertical extension: 60 degrees Raise arm straight backward. Vertical flexion: 180 degrees Raise arm straight forward. Elbow Flexion: 150 degrees Bring lower arm to the biceps Extension: 180 degrees Straighten out lower arm.
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Supination: 90 degrees Turn lower arm so palm of hand faces up. Pronation: 90 degrees Turn lower arm so palm faces down. Wrist Flexion: 80-90 degrees Bend wrist so palm nears lower arm.
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Unformatted text preview: Extension: 70 degrees Bend wrist in opposite direction. Radial deviation: 20 degrees Bend wrist so thumb nears radius. Ulnar deviation: 30-50 degrees Bend wrist so pinky finger nears ulna. Hip Flexion: 110-130 degrees Flex knee and bring thigh close to abdomen. Extension: 30 degrees Move thigh backward without moving the pelvis. Abduction: 45-50 degrees Swing thigh away from midline. Adduction: 20-30 degrees Bring thigh toward and across midline. Internal rotation: 40 degrees Flex knee and swing lower leg away from midline. External rotation: 45 degrees Flex knee and swing lower leg toward midline. Knee Flexion: 130 degrees Touch calf to hamstring. Extension: 15 degrees Straighten out knee as much as possible. Internal rotation: 10 degrees Twist lower leg toward midline. Ankle Flexion: 45 degrees Bend ankle so toes point up. Extension: 20 degrees Bend ankle so toes point down. Pronation: 30 degrees Turn foot so the sole faces in. Supination: 20 degrees Turn foot so the sole faces out....
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