← Ch. 20 Test
6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- The awareness of an individual of posture, movement, and change in the equilibrium of the body.
- A method of determining body fat percentages.
- A type of exercise perform by a physical therapist that moves the joints through their available range.
- The ability of a person to be powerful or strong in muscular ability.
- A measurement of the relationship between weight and height. The higher a person's BMI, the greater the risk of chronic disease.
- An injury to a joint caused by the moving of the joint, such as an ankle or a knee, past its normal and safe end range of motion. With a sprain, ligaments are stretched forcefully, causing tears.
6 True/False Questions
Hydro collator → A machine that holds and heats gel-filled packs for hot therapy.
Vasodilation → The dilation of the blood vessels in order to transport increased amounts of blood to and from a site where heat is applied. Blood flow is increased to an area of the body when heat therapy is applied.
Modality → An injury to a joint caused by the moving of the joint, such as an ankle or a knee, past its normal and safe end range of motion. With a sprain, ligaments are stretched forcefully, causing tears.
Strain → An injury to a joint, similar to sprain, except that a muscle that crosses the affected joint is injured.
Hydro static testing → A method of determining body fat percentages in which a client is first weighed and then submerged in a large tub of water. Once this is done, the weight of the client in water is compared to his weight out of the water.
Vo2 Max Test → A method of treatment provided by a certified athletic trainer other than exercises and manual techniques. For example, ice, heat, and ultra sound. It includes methods used to protect an injury from further harm, such as taping, bracing, and padding.