30 degrees and eversion of 20 degrees Reduced inversion Reduced eversion Left

30 degrees and eversion of 20 degrees reduced

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30 degrees and eversion of 20 degrees)Reduced inversionReduced eversionLeft: Eversion And Inversion (1/4 point)Expected range of motion (approx. inversion of30 degrees and eversion of 20 degrees)Reduced inversionReduced eversionRight: Dorsiflexion And Plantar Flexion (1/4 point)Expected range of motion (approx. flexion of 160degrees and 180 of full extension)Reduced dorsiflexionLeft: Dorsiflexion And Plantar Flexion (1/4 point)Expected range of motion (approx. flexion of 160degrees and 180 of full extension)Reduced dorsiflexionThis study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
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10/14/2018Musculoskeletal | Completed | Shadow Health7/9Reduced plantar flexionReduced plantar flexionTested neck strength1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointStrength (1/1 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Tested shoulder strength1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointStrength (1/1 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Tested elbow strength1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointRight (1/2 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Left (1/2 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Tested wrist strength1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointRight (1/2 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Left (1/2 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Tested hand strength1 of 1 point1 of 1 pointThis study resource wasshared via CourseHero.com
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10/14/2018Musculoskeletal | Completed | Shadow Health8/9Right (1/2 point)0 - No muscle contraction1 - Barely detectable contraction2 - Active movement with gravity eliminated3 - Active movement against gravity4 - Active movement against gravity andresistance5 - Active movement against full resistancewithout fatigue (normal)Left (1/2 point)
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