9-3-09 kinesiology

9-3-09 kinesiology - midline 27 Scapular Motions...

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Kinesiology 1
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The study of movement Brings together the fields of anatomy, physiology, physics and geometry 2
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Anatomical position 3
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see card 4
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Joint movement 5
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Flexion Extension Hyperextension 6
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Flexion 7
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Bending movement causing a decrease in the joint angle Decreasing range Finger flexion – making a fist closing hands; Flexion movement is usually anterior – the exception is knee flexion 8
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Extension 10
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Movement that causes an increase in the joint angle Exception is glenohumeral flexion Increasing range Extension movement is usually posterior 11
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Hyperextension 12
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Shoulder 13
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Joint Movement More Movements 14
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Abduction adduction 15
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Abduction 16
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Movement away from the midline Posterior 17
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Adduction 18
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Movement towards the midline Exception is fingers and toe references point middle finger – middle finger is the reference point Middle finger never abducts because it is in the middle (?) 19
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Horizontal Abduction 20
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Away from body 21
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Horizontal Adduction 22
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Close to body 23
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Scapular Motions 24
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Retraction Protraction Lateral rotation Medial rotation Elevation Depression 25
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Scapular Motions Retraction 26
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Vertebral border of the scapula moves towards the
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Unformatted text preview: midline 27 Scapular Motions Protraction 28 Vertebral border of the scapulae moves away from the midline 29 Scapular Motions Lateral Rotation 30 Also called external rotation Turns outward 31 Scapular Motions Medial Rotation 32 Also called internal rotation Turns inward 33 Scapular Motions Elevation 34 ? 35 Scapular Motions Depression 36 ? 37 Radial Deviation 38 Wrist moves towards the radius thumb is coming in hand moves laterally toward the thumb side ( anatomical position) Radius is by thumb side 39 Ulna Deviation 40 Wrist moves towards the ulna thumb is moving out hand is moving medially away from the thumb Ulna is by pinky side 41 Pronation 42 Laying on stomach 43 Supination 44 Laying on back Can hold soup in hand 45 Eversion 46 Outside of feet come up only at ankle Away Like your feet 47 Inversion 48 Soles come together Bottoms of feet come in touching 49 Dorsiflexion 50 Toes up 51 Plantar Flexion 52 Toes down Ponting down like a gas pedal 53...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2010 for the course AHS 234 taught by Professor Bial during the Fall '09 term at Nassau CC.

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9-3-09 kinesiology - midline 27 Scapular Motions...

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