Kinesiology Goniometry of Spine

Kinesiology Goniometry of Spine - FLEX OR EXTEND AND...

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GONIOMETRY OF THE CERVICAL, THORACIC, LUMBAR SPINE & TMJ
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CERVICAL SPINE FLEXION AND EXTENSION CENTER OR JOINT AXIS: EXTERNAL AUDITORY MEATUS STATIONAIRY ARM: PERPENDICULAR OR PARALLEL TO THE GROUND MOVEABLE ARM: ALIGN WITH BASE OF THE NOSE NORMAL ANGLE: 45 DEGREES
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CERVICAL SPINE LATERAL FLEXION OR SIDEBENDING JOINT AXIS: C7 SPINOUS PROCESS STATIONARY ARM: ALONG SP OF THE THORACIC SP PERPENDICULAR TO THE GROUND MOVEABLE ARM: DORSAL MIDLINE OF THE HEAD NORMAL ANGLE: 45 DEGREES
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CERVICAL SPINE ROTATION JOINT CENTER OR AXIS: CENTER OF THE CRANIUM ASPECT OF THE HEAD STATIONARY ARM: ALIGN PARALLEL TO AN IMAGINARY LINE BETWEEN THE TWO ACROMION PROCESSES MOVEABLE ARM: ALIGN TO THE DISTAL TIP OF THE NOSE NORMAL ANGLE: 60 DEGREES
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LUMBAR AND THORACIC SPINE FLEXION AND EXTENSION USE OF TAPE MEASURE MEASURE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN C7 AND S1 AND THEN HAVE THE PERSON
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Unformatted text preview: FLEX OR EXTEND AND MEASURE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STARTING DISTANCE AND END DISTANCE NORMAL: FLEXION: 10 CM; EXTENSION OF FLEXION VALUE NORMAL ANGLE: FLEXION 80 DEGREES; EXTENSION 25 DEGREES LUMBAR AND THORACIC LATERAL FLEXION OR SIDEBENDING JOINT CENTER OR AXIS: POSTERIOR ASPECT OF SP OF S1 STATIONARY ARM: PERPENDICULAR TO THE GROUND MOVEABLE ARM: ALIGN WITH SP LEADING UP TO C7 ALTERNATE METHOD: TAPE MEASURE FROM FINGER TIPS TO GROUND NORMAL ANGLE: 35 DEGREES LUMBAR AND THORACIC ROTATION JOINT CENTER OR AXIS: CENTER OF THE CRANIUM ASPECT OF THE HEAD STATIONARY ARM: ALIGN WITH TWO ILIAC CREST TUBERCLES MOVEABLE ARM: ALIGN WITH TWO ACROMIAL PROCESSES NORMAL: 45 DEGREES TMJ DEPRESSION Normal: 35-50 mm TMJ PROTRUSION Normal: 6-9 mm TMJ LATERAL DEVIATION Normal: 10-12 mm...
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