Visual inspection of the lower body found that thehips had no abonrmalities. Thighs were symmetricbilaterally with no abnormal findings on either side.Knees were symmetric bilaterally with no abnormalfindings on either side. Lower legs were symmetricbilaterally with no abnormal fidings on either side.Ankles were symmetric bilaterally with no visibleabnormal findings on either side. Feet weresymmetric bilaterally. Right foot had slight swellingand the sign of a healed lesion that the patient camein for previously, had expected curvature. Left foodhad no abnormal findings with expected curvature.Neck had expected extension, flexion, lateralbending, and rotation. Shoulders had expectedflexion, extension, and rotation. Elbows hadexpected flexion and extention, as well as supinationand pronation. Wrists has expected ulnar and radialdeviation, and expected extension and flexion. Spinehad reduced extension, reduced flexion, andreduced lateral bending, as well as reduced rotationon both sides. Hips had expected abduction,adduction, extension, and flexion. Knees hadexpected extension and flexion. Ankles hadGeneral: Ms. Jones is a pleasant, obese 28-year-oldAfrican American woman in no acute distress. She isalert and oriented. She maintains eye contactthroughout interview and examination.Musculoskeletal: Bilateral upper extremities withoutmuscle atrophy or joint deformity. Bilateral upperextremities with full range of motion of shoulder,elbow, and wrist. No evidence of swollen joints orsigns of infection. Bilateral lower extremities withoutmuscle atrophy or joint deformity, full range of motionof bilateral hips, knees, and ankles. No evidence ofswollen joints or signs of infection. Flexion,extension, lateral bending, and rotation of the spinewith reduced ROM - pain and difficulty. Bilateralupper extremity strength equal and 5/5 in neck,shoulders, elbows, wrists, hands. Bilateral lowerextremity strength equal and 5/5 in hip flexors,knees, and ankles.Musculoskeletal Physical Assessment Assignment | Completed | Shado...2 of 411/20/2018, 5:57 PMThis study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
Student DocumentationStudent DocumentationModel DocumentationModel Documentationexpected eversion and inversion and expecteddorsiflexion and plantar flexion on both sides.Neck strength was normal. Shoulder strength wasnormal. Elbow strength was normal on both sides.Wrist strength was normal on both sides. Handstrength was normal on both sides. His strength wasnormal on both sides. Knee strength was normal onboth sides. Ankle stregth was normal on both sides.AssessmentMuscle strain in the lower back due to liftingDifferential: If the acute pain does not resolve, Tina'slower back pain could be something a bit moreserious. Here are two options that it could be.
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