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extras 2 for test 1 - • ACL checks anterior translation...

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+ Hamstring tightness test
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Position the patient supine Hold opposite knee down to plinth Flex hip to 90° Extend knee and measure with a goniometer any lack of extension Use negative numbers for extension – normal is 0° but average adult measures (-)20°
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Hamstring Stretches
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Stretches at a ballet bar are preferable to toe touches because of lessened strain on the back
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament
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Attaches from anterior tibia to posterior femur
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Unformatted text preview: • ACL checks anterior translation of tibia – keeps tibia from sliding too far forward Anterior Drawer Test Determines if the ACL is torn Geriatric Gait • Walking with the knees flexed at all times • Require quadriceps to work throughout the gait cycle creating excessive energy expenditure • Has lack of heel strike, shortened step length, lack of full hip extension, lack of plantarflexion, and lack of weight shifting...
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