Lab G (Answers)

Lab G (Answers) - Supination- radius is parallel to the...

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Lab G: Elbow and Forearm Answer Key 1. Stand facing the wall. Perform push-ups with hands against the wall. Describe the movement occurring at the elbow joint and which muscles are working. 2. Assume a handshaking position with a partner. Attempt to turn your forearm outward while your partner resists the movement. Describe the movement being attempted at the forearms of both people and which muscles are working. Supination – isometric, biceps, supinator 3. Assume a handshaking position with a partner. Attempt to turn your forearm inward while your partner resists the movement. Describe the movement being attempted at the forearms of both people and which muscles are working. 4. Assume a handshaking position with a skeleton. Turn your forearm inward and outward and analyze the relationship of the movement at the radius and ulna. Pronation- radius crosses the ulna
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Unformatted text preview: Supination- radius is parallel to the ulna Proximally radius spins over the ulna, distally radius glides over the ulna 5. Complete the activity analysis on the next page looking at the movement occurring at the elbow or radioulnar joints. OT 440 Summer 2010 Illustration or Action Position or Movement Type of Contraction Active Muscles Elbow Refer to Handout From A to B Flexion From B to A Extension Concentric Eccentric Biceps brachii Brachialis Brachioradialis Radioulnar Refer to Handout From A to B Supination From B to A Pronation Concentric Eccentric Supinator Biceps Brachii Elbow Refer to Handout From A to B Extension From B to A Flexion Concentric Eccentric Triceps Anconeus Radioulnar Refer to Handout Lab Discussion Lab Discussion Lab Discussion Elbow & Radioulnar Bringing a glass to your mouth Lab Discussion Lab Discussion Lab Discussion Radioulnar Digging a hole for a plant Lab Discussion Lab Discussion Lab Discussion OT 440 Summer 2010...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course OT 440 taught by Professor Rafeedie during the Summer '10 term at USC.

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