Clinical Procedures Peds Midterm

1. Various positioning
supine or sitting
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1. AROM of limb/spine
2. PROM of limbs and spine
3. Visual inspection
4. Palpation
5. Shoulder flexion and extension, Internal and external rotation, Abduction and adduction, Horizontal Abduction and adduction
6. Elbow and forearm supination and pronations
7. Wrist: radial and ulnar deviation and finger AB &Adduction
8. Thumb opposition
9. Infants: Lower extremity - heel to ear, popliteal angle, leg abd, dorsiflextions of foot
Testing positions: Sitting, therapist facing child for allMotor Coordination: testing positionProcedures 1. Rapid, alternating movements (diadochokinesis). Therapist demonstrates rapid supination/ pronations by slapping the thighs gently. First with one hand then with both. Instucts child to do it fast, Count # on times in seconds (around 10) 2. Thumb-finger touching. Show child then ask child to touch thumb to each finger from index to little. Do again with blocked vision for proprioception 3. Finger to nose. Therapist hold index finger in fron of own nose. Ask child to touch tip of your finger and then their nose, moving back and forth 3-5 times. Do one hand at a timeMotor Coordination: testing procedureTesting Positions 1. Therapist faces child supine for infants or sit 2. Therapist facing child in sitting positionOculo-motor control/ visual motor coordination - visual pursuits, visual tracking. And localization Testing position:Procedure: 1. Infant or young child. Observe eyes while holding and moving toys in different directions. (horizontal/vertical/diagonal) 2. Older Child. Ask child to keep head still while allowing eyes to move. Move a pencil or penlight slowly horizontally, vertically, diagnolly, about 8-10 inches from the childs eyes 3. Ask child to look at an object while you move it quickly in different planes. Ask child to look at the object.Oculo-motor control/ visual motor coordination Procedure