TEN SENTENCES WITH KEYWORDS THIRD ASSIGNMENT
Sept 27, 2016
1. The head is superior to the chest.
2. Your knee is inferior to your hips.
3. A person's ribs are anterior to their heart.
4. The scapula is posterior to the clavicle.
5. The spine is medial to
Medical Terminology FIRST Assignment
Identify how theories, Models of Practice, and Frames of Reference can support OT
Theories, Models of Practice, and Frames of Reference support OT interventions by offering the
clinician a means to unders
Available range : 170 degrees
Position of client: seated or supine with humerus in neutral position.
Position of Goniometer: axis in the center of humeral head, distal to acromion process on lateral
aspects of humerus. Stationary bar para
Medical Terminology FOURTH Assignment
What are the types of muscle tissue?
There are 3 types: Cardiac, Smooth, and Skeletal
What does fascia do?
Fascia is the connective tissue that connects skeletal muscle tissue to the bone.
What happens when a muscle c
OTA 101 ASSIGNMENT SIX
What are the five common roles of muscles? Describe each one.
Agonist - "prime mover" is the muscle or muscle group that produces the main action. When
main action occurs, the agonist shortens.
ex. upper trapezius is the agonist for
Medical Terminology FIFTH Assignment
What are the different types of muscle fibers?
Long and Short Fibers
What are the two categories of muscles? Please describe each type.
1. Parallel: Compromised of relatively long muscle fibers and usually in a rather
Muscles on the Forearm
a. Humeral head: medial epicondyle of humerus & distal supracondylar ridge
b. Ulnar head: medial side of coronoid procress of ulna
Insertion - Middle of lateral surface of radius
Innervation - Median nerve (C6,
OTA 101 TERMINOLOGY THIRD ASSIGNMENT
Active Range of Motion- When a joint is moved by the muscles that act on the joint.
Degree of movement that a client can produce using his or her own strength or volition.
Passive Range of Mot
OTA 101 SECOND Assignment
What is Gait and who provides GAIT training
Gait is walking. The person that provides the gait training is a physical therapist. The OT works
with the PT to determine when the client may be ready to advance to the next level of f
Muscles That Act On The Arm (Humerus)
Deltoid - Posterior Head
Origin - Spine of Scapula
Insertion - Deltoid tuberosity of humerus
Innervation - Axillary nerve
Action - Laterally rotates the arm at the shoulder (glenohumeral) joint ; Extends the arm at th