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DIAG 2730 Concave Convex Rule (Roll, Spin, Glide)

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Osteokinematics vs. Arthrokinematics Osteokinematics gross movements of bones at joints flexion / extension abduction / adduction internal rotation / external rotation Arthrokinematics small amplitude motions of bones at joint surface roll glide (or slide) spin 1
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Osteokinematics Typically the terms we use to describe motion Abduction & adduction Flexion & extension Movements happening at synovial joints Occur around center of rotation Joint axis 2
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Terminology We speak as if this joint axis is a fixed point, as if the center of rotation is stationary like an automobile axle. Joint axes' locations are fairly stable, but only because the joint surfaces move in a very specific way 3
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Arthrokinematics General term for the specific movements of joint surfaces. Normal joint surface movement is necessary to ensure long-term joint integrity.
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