lab7 hip - BASICS OF THE HIP Muscles of the Hip Anterior...

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BASICS OF THE HIP
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Muscles of the Hip Anterior group: iliacus and psoas muscle Posterior group: tensor fasciae latae, glutes (3), piriformis, gemelli (2), obturators (2) and quadratus femoris
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Movements & Muscles of the Hip Flexion (110-120°): iliopsoas, rectus femoris, pectineus, sartorius, tensor fascia latae (TFL) Extension (10-15°): glute max, biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, adductor magnus ABDuction (30-50°): glute med, glute min, TFL, sartorius, piriformis ADDuction (30°): pectineus, gracilis, Internal rotation (40-60°): glute med & min, TFL External rotation (30-40°): piriformis, obturator group, gemelli group, quadratus
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Movements of the Hip
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Locations of Injuries
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Common Injury: Groin/Adductor Strain MOI: quick change of direction, explosive propulsion, acceleration, possible strength imbalance S/Sx: antalgic gait or unable to walk, “twinge” felt creates immediate pain, stiffness and weakness w/ active & resisted hip adduction & flexion Special Tests: RROM
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Hip Spica (Groin) 1. Athlete must internally rotate hip (point toe in) 2. Begin wrap by placing it over lower ab region with bulk of wrap opposite of affected side 3. Wrap across lower back and around ab region again (anchor!) 4. Take wrap diagonally across anterior thigh (lat
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