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99 terms
Physical therapy
Condition that is potentially preventa…
Most common inherited chronic pulmonar…
Treatment approach that emphasizes the…
use of electromagnetic energy to produ…
Secondary Condition
Cystic Fibrosis
Goal-directed movement approach
Short-Wave Diathermy
Condition that is potentially preventa…
Secondary Condition
Most common inherited chronic pulmonar…
Cystic Fibrosis
Physical Therapy
Modalities
Exercise-based
Hydrotherapy provides
Massage
Exercise... Hydrotherapy... Massage... Passive range of motion... Thermot…
neurological disorder, post-surgery; to improve strength, bal…
Buoyancy: doesn't hold as much weight... Resistance... Flexion/Exte…
Improves: circulation, pain and swelling, stress
Modalities
Exercise... Hydrotherapy... Massage... Passive range of motion... Thermot…
Exercise-based
neurological disorder, post-surgery; to improve strength, bal…
35 terms
Physical Therapy
Accreditation of Delgado PTA Program
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapists
PT services prevent, minimize, or elim…
-CAPTE... Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy -Educa…
-Dynamic profession with established theoretical & scientific…
-Health care professionals... -Help individuals maintain, restor…
impairments of body functions and structures, activity limita…
Accreditation of Delgado PTA Program
-CAPTE... Commission on Accreditation of Physical Therapy -Educa…
Physical Therapy
-Dynamic profession with established theoretical & scientific…
53 terms
Physical Therapy
Is your pain the result of an injury?
Was the onset of the problem slow or s…
Where is your pain located? Point.
Does the pain radiate down your legs?
¿Hubo algún trauma que causó su dolor?
¿Empezó el problema gradualmente o de repente?
¿Dónde le duele a usted? Indique.
¿Extiende el dolor hacia las piernas?
Is your pain the result of an injury?
¿Hubo algún trauma que causó su dolor?
Was the onset of the problem slow or s…
¿Empezó el problema gradualmente o de repente?
51 terms
physical therapy
when is heat contraindicated?
superficial heat (where temp can be co…
superficial heat examples
contraindications to superficial heat
during first 48 hours following injury or while actively swol…
45 degrees C for 15-30 minutes
whirlpool, contrast baths, paraffin
photosensitivity
when is heat contraindicated?
during first 48 hours following injury or while actively swol…
superficial heat (where temp can be co…
45 degrees C for 15-30 minutes
13 terms
Physical Therapy
Chinese
Greeks
Mary Mcmillan
Accountability
Introduced message
Practiced hydrotherapy
First physical therapist in america
An active acceptance of the responsibility
Chinese
Introduced message
Greeks
Practiced hydrotherapy
20 terms
Physical Therapy Chapter 17
Achilles reflex
Babinski reflex
Buck's traction
Cast
An ankle jerk that is similar to the patellar reflex. On tapp…
Is generally conducted by the physician and is performed by u…
A form of skin traction used for fractured hips.
A device used to hold a bone in place while it heals and perm…
Achilles reflex
An ankle jerk that is similar to the patellar reflex. On tapp…
Babinski reflex
Is generally conducted by the physician and is performed by u…
40 terms
Physical Therapy
Why do we perform range of motion exer…
List four people who can perform range…
Identify six problems that can be caus…
List four types of range of motion exe…
They are done to prevent the problems cause by lack of moveme…
1. Physical therapist... 2. Nurse... 3. Health care... 4. Other author…
1. Contracture- Tightening and shortening of muscle ... 2. Muscl…
1. Active ROM- able to move each join without assistance... 2. A…
Why do we perform range of motion exer…
They are done to prevent the problems cause by lack of moveme…
List four people who can perform range…
1. Physical therapist... 2. Nurse... 3. Health care... 4. Other author…
72 terms
Chapter 3 Cardiovascular and Lymphatic PT Therapy Ed NPTE
list the grading scale for peripheral…
list the structures that the right cor…
list the structures that the left coro…
normal adult stroke volume (SV)
0 = absent pulse... 1+ = pulse diminished, barely perceptible... 2+…
right atrium, right ventricle, AV node, bundle of His, 60% of…
-left anterior descending artery: left ventricle, interventri…
55-100 mL/beat
list the grading scale for peripheral…
0 = absent pulse... 1+ = pulse diminished, barely perceptible... 2+…
list the structures that the right cor…
right atrium, right ventricle, AV node, bundle of His, 60% of…
13 terms
Physical Therapy
Ways you could exercise your animal?
What is PROM and what does it stand for?
Electrical Stimulation
Laser Therapy
Swimming, Leash walk (only if strict policy), Underwater trea…
Passage Range of Motion, ... Flexion/ Extension, Making small c…
used into Neuromuscular disorders and also nerve damage.
Stimulates the tissue with a low frequency laser. Used for Te…
Ways you could exercise your animal?
Swimming, Leash walk (only if strict policy), Underwater trea…
What is PROM and what does it stand for?
Passage Range of Motion, ... Flexion/ Extension, Making small c…
34 terms
physical therapy
what is physical therapy?
why do we do physical therapy? (3)
4 main types of physical therapy
what is the objective of massage thera…
treatment of disease or injury by physical agents such as mas…
helps healing, prevents disability, restores normal function…
massage, exercise, water, hot/cold therapy
increase blood and lymph flow
what is physical therapy?
treatment of disease or injury by physical agents such as mas…
why do we do physical therapy? (3)
helps healing, prevents disability, restores normal function…
14 terms
Physical Therapy
What do physical therapists do?
What are other professional activities…
What is the missions of UK physical Th…
What are the mechanisms used?
Examine, alleviate impairment and functional limitation, prev…
Research, education, consultation, and administration
Develop practitioners who are knowledgeable, ethical, indepen…
Education, research/scholarship, service, professional social…
What do physical therapists do?
Examine, alleviate impairment and functional limitation, prev…
What are other professional activities…
Research, education, consultation, and administration
5 terms
Physical Therapy
What is Physical Therapy?
What are the different types of therapy?
What are the different type of physica…
What are the different areas that ther…
the treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical me…
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy.
outpatient clinics, private clinics, hospitals, schools and e…
orthopedic, post-operative care, cardiovascular, neurologic r…
What is Physical Therapy?
the treatment of disease, injury, or deformity by physical me…
What are the different types of therapy?
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy.
Musculoskeletal (Orthopedic) Physical Therapy
Musculoskeletal Assessment
Pain Description
VAS
NRS
posture, ROM, MMT, overall function (ADL) - OT eval, DTRs (in…
Assessment - VAS vs. NRS - get more information (quality of p…
Visual Analogue Scale pts. who have trouble communicating, en…
Numerical Rating System : 0-10
Musculoskeletal Assessment
posture, ROM, MMT, overall function (ADL) - OT eval, DTRs (in…
Pain Description
Assessment - VAS vs. NRS - get more information (quality of p…
10 terms
Physical Therapy
First Physical therapist in USA
3 events where precedents to the start…
what were therapist called who assiste…
Difference between AROM and PROM?
Mary Mcmillan
Polio, WWI, WWII
Reconstruction aides
Active Range Of Motion (independently)... Passive Range Of Motio…
First Physical therapist in USA
Mary Mcmillan
3 events where precedents to the start…
Polio, WWI, WWII
20 terms
Physical-therapy
Flexion
Inversion
Resistive
Passive
Bending body part
Body part inward
Exercises performed against resistance
Another person move the joint for the patient
Flexion
Bending body part
Inversion
Body part inward
62 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy- Musculoskeletal
dysfunction
Range of Motion (ROM)
Bursitis
Bursae
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
movement at a joint
inflammation of bursae; commonly occurs at the shoulder to th…
fluid-filled sacs throughout the body that decrease friction…
dysfunction
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
Range of Motion (ROM)
movement at a joint
25 terms
Physical Therapy for Medical Assistants
Prosthetist
Gait
Amputation
Arthritis
Designs, prepares and fits artificial limbs
The way a person walks
Removal of an extremity
Inflammation of a joint
Prosthetist
Designs, prepares and fits artificial limbs
Gait
The way a person walks
35 terms
Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Conditions
What factors contribute to Musculoskel…
Signs and symptoms of Musculoskeletal…
Bursitis
Tendinitis/Tendinopathy
Trauma, repeated stress, structural imbalances of muscle or b…
Pain, swelling, weakness, and loss of motion
Inflammation of bursa (fluid-filled sacs to decrease friction)
Due to overload of tendon
What factors contribute to Musculoskel…
Trauma, repeated stress, structural imbalances of muscle or b…
Signs and symptoms of Musculoskeletal…
Pain, swelling, weakness, and loss of motion
131 terms
Physical Therapy, Aide (Vocabulary)
rehabilitation
symptom
contractility
extensibility
to restore a person to their previous level of function or to…
anything noticed that differs from normal function, sensation…
shortening contraction, concentric contraction
ability to be stretched or elongated, eccentric contraction
rehabilitation
to restore a person to their previous level of function or to…
symptom
anything noticed that differs from normal function, sensation…
96 terms
Neuromuscular Physical Therapy
Fasciculations
Meningitis
Encephalitis
Brain abscess
spontaneous contractions of all or most of the fibers in a mo…
Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord or brain cau…
Severe infection and inflammation of the brain caused by arbo…
Infectious process in which there is a collection of pyogenic…
Fasciculations
spontaneous contractions of all or most of the fibers in a mo…
Meningitis
Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord or brain cau…
Neurologic and Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy
Disablement model
Impairment
Functional Limitation
Disability
Impairments, Functional Limitations, Disability - version 1 &…
Tissue/Cellular Level
Result of impairment - what you cannot do
Inability to perform in every day life role
Disablement model
Impairments, Functional Limitations, Disability - version 1 &…
Impairment
Tissue/Cellular Level
43 terms
NPTE - Muscle Action
TMJ Depress
TMJ Elevation
TMJ Protrusion
TMJ Retraction
Lateral pteryoid, Suprahyoid, Infrahyoid
Medial pterygoid, Masseter, Temporalis
Lateral pterygoid, Medial pterygoid, Masseter
Masseter, Temporalis, Digastric
TMJ Depress
Lateral pteryoid, Suprahyoid, Infrahyoid
TMJ Elevation
Medial pterygoid, Masseter, Temporalis
107 terms
Physical Therapy Abreviations
Sho... Shld
Flex... √
Ext... /
Add
Shoulder... http://calder.med.miami.edu/pointis/upper.html
Flexion
Extension
Adduction
Sho... Shld
Shoulder... http://calder.med.miami.edu/pointis/upper.html
Flex... √
Flexion
40 terms
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Pediatric Physical Therapy involves:
Pediatric Interventions includes:
Interventions can address:
Pediatric Team Members
treating children with developmental dysfunction or specific…
1. Orthopedic, ... 2. Pulmonary, ... 3. Developmental Disability,…
orthopedic and neurological issues, and includes a heavy emph…
- P.T. direct care provider; Early Intervention Programs aka…
Pediatric Physical Therapy involves:
treating children with developmental dysfunction or specific…
Pediatric Interventions includes:
1. Orthopedic, ... 2. Pulmonary, ... 3. Developmental Disability,…
37 terms
NPTE personal study: therapy Ed Chapter 13, 14, 12
analytic/objective learners
intuitive/global learners
Inductive reasoner
Deductive reasoner
Process info in a step by step order.... Perceives facts and eas…
Processes info all at once, not in an ordered sequence.... Refle…
observe similarities, can develop theoretical models to expla…
analyzes problems in depth; applies information, theoretical…
analytic/objective learners
Process info in a step by step order.... Perceives facts and eas…
intuitive/global learners
Processes info all at once, not in an ordered sequence.... Refle…
131 terms
Physical Therapy, Aide (Vocabulary)
rehabilitation
symptom
contractility
extensibility
to restore a person to their previous level of function or to…
anything noticed that differs from normal function, sensation…
shortening contraction, concentric contraction
ability to be stretched or elongated, eccentric contraction
rehabilitation
to restore a person to their previous level of function or to…
symptom
anything noticed that differs from normal function, sensation…
288 terms
Physical Therapy Abbreviations
FWB
WBAT
PWB
TTWB
full weight bearing
weight bearing as tolerated
partial weight bearing
toe touch weight bearing
FWB
full weight bearing
WBAT
weight bearing as tolerated
60 terms
Physical Therapy Exercises
Clamshells
Prone Hip Extension
Sidelying Abduction with Extension
Straight Leg Raises
-Lay on your side with knees bent at 45 degrees... -Keep heels t…
-pull belly button in and keep back from moving... -lift leg 4-6…
-Lay on your side with your trunk with your legs... -Lift your t…
-Pull belly button in to support lower back... -Lift your straig…
Clamshells
-Lay on your side with knees bent at 45 degrees... -Keep heels t…
Prone Hip Extension
-pull belly button in and keep back from moving... -lift leg 4-6…
42 terms
Physical Therapy Neuromuscular:
Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitat…
Brunnstrom approach
Neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT)
Motor control
Developed by- Dr. Kabat... Multidimensional movements- various m…
Developed by-Signe Brunnstrom... Sequence of movements and activ…
Developed by- Berta Bobath ... Inhibits abnormal patterns of mov…
Neural control of posture and movement
Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitat…
Developed by- Dr. Kabat... Multidimensional movements- various m…
Brunnstrom approach
Developed by-Signe Brunnstrom... Sequence of movements and activ…
13 terms
Neurologic and Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy
Disablement model
Impairment
Functional Limitation
Disability
Impairments, Functional Limitations, Disability - version 1 &…
Tissue/Cellular Level
Result of impairment - what you cannot do
Inability to perform in every day life role
Disablement model
Impairments, Functional Limitations, Disability - version 1 &…
Impairment
Tissue/Cellular Level
50 terms
Physical Therapy Research Terms
Reliable data
Nominal data
Ordinal Data
Interval Data
Should be considered reliable unless reliability of test has…
Does not necessarily describe a number or number is not impor…
scale of #'s in rank order (exp. RPE scale)
Provide known or equal distances between scores (A 90-100)
Reliable data
Should be considered reliable unless reliability of test has…
Nominal data
Does not necessarily describe a number or number is not impor…
18 terms
Physical Therapies
TCA's
TCA's interactions and ASEs
SSRIs
SSRIs: Interactions and ASEs
MOA: Multiple catecholamine R antagonist, with antagonistic c…
Major interactions: ... MAOIs, EtOH, antiarrythmics, antihyperte…
MOA:... 5-HT R antagonism causing serotonin recuperation in syna…
Major interactions:... MAOIs, risk of serotonin syndrome (toxici…
TCA's
MOA: Multiple catecholamine R antagonist, with antagonistic c…
TCA's interactions and ASEs
Major interactions: ... MAOIs, EtOH, antiarrythmics, antihyperte…
21 terms
Physical Therapy Skills
Range-of-motion (ROM) exercises
Abduction
Adduction
Flexion
done to maintain the health of the musculoskeltal system
moving a part away from the midline of the body
moving a part toward the midline of the body
bending a body part
Range-of-motion (ROM) exercises
done to maintain the health of the musculoskeltal system
Abduction
moving a part away from the midline of the body
17 terms
HOSA PT Profession of Physical Therapy
Profession
Physical Therapy
Guide to Physical Therapist Practice
Reconstruction Aides
career or means of employment demonstrating five characterist…
assessment, evaluation, treatment, and prevention of physical…
extensive description of the roles and scope of practice of a…
aide (exclusively a woman) responsible for providing physical…
Profession
career or means of employment demonstrating five characterist…
Physical Therapy
assessment, evaluation, treatment, and prevention of physical…
192 terms
Pulmonary Physical Therapy Review
Which muscle is called the primary mus…
When is accessory muscles of inspirati…
Special population such as patients wi…
Defined as: volume of gas inhaled (or…
Diaphragm
When more rapid or deeper inhalation is required or in diseas…
Resting position of the diaphragm is lower in the thorax decr…
Tidal volume
Which muscle is called the primary mus…
Diaphragm
When is accessory muscles of inspirati…
When more rapid or deeper inhalation is required or in diseas…
33 terms
Ultrasound-physical therapy
How does US differ from other heating…
• What are the mechanical effects of US?
• What determines the US parameters us…
• What factors influence clinical deci…
...
sound waves going into the tissue, creating heat by tiny vibr…
...
...
How does US differ from other heating…
...
• What are the mechanical effects of US?
sound waves going into the tissue, creating heat by tiny vibr…
39 terms
Physical Therapy for Pediatric Conditions
Anencephaly
Cerebral palsy (CP)
Autism
Club foot
A form of neural tube defect that results from a lack of the…
Group of conditions caused by a non-progressive lesion on the…
A neural developmental disorder characterized by impairments…
Disorder in which the foot is turned inward and slanted upward
Anencephaly
A form of neural tube defect that results from a lack of the…
Cerebral palsy (CP)
Group of conditions caused by a non-progressive lesion on the…
10 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy
accesory motion
active assisted range of motion
active range of motion (AROM)
active resisted exercise
Ability of joint surfaces to glide, roll, and spin on one ano…
Joint movement in which the patient may be assisted either ma…
Ability of the patient to voluntarily move a limb through an…
Joint movement in which an external force resists the movement
accesory motion
Ability of joint surfaces to glide, roll, and spin on one ano…
active assisted range of motion
Joint movement in which the patient may be assisted either ma…
38 terms
Physical Therapy for Musculoskeletal Conditions
Conditions that affect the musculoskel…
Physical Therapy for musculoskeletal c…
Dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal sy…
Range of Motion( ROM)
orthopedic physical therapy
patients function
symptoms of pain, stiffness, edema(swelling, muscle weakness…
movement of a joint
Conditions that affect the musculoskel…
orthopedic physical therapy
Physical Therapy for musculoskeletal c…
patients function
26 terms
Physical Therapy Assistant Intro
Mary Mcmillan
Disability Model
Aerobic Capacity
Anthropometric Characteristics
Who was the first physical therapist in the United States
Pathology, Impairment, Functional Limitation and Disability
Ability to use the body's oxygen uptake and delivery system
Body measurements and fat composition
Mary Mcmillan
Who was the first physical therapist in the United States
Disability Model
Pathology, Impairment, Functional Limitation and Disability
10 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy
accesory motion
active assisted range of motion
active range of motion (AROM)
active resisted exercise
Ability of joint surfaces to glide, roll, and spin on one ano…
Joint movement in which the patient may be assisted either ma…
Ability of the patient to voluntarily move a limb through an…
Joint movement in which an external force resists the movement
accesory motion
Ability of joint surfaces to glide, roll, and spin on one ano…
active assisted range of motion
Joint movement in which the patient may be assisted either ma…
64 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy- Musculoskeletal
dysfunction
Range of Motion (ROM)
Bursitis
Bursae
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
movement at a joint
inflammation of bursae; commonly occurs at the shoulder to th…
fluid-filled sacs throughout the body that decrease friction…
dysfunction
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
Range of Motion (ROM)
movement at a joint
70 terms
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Motor development is a ____ process th…
Do all motor behaviors occur at the sa…
When is PT warranted regarding motor d…
Many biological systems are involved i…
continuous
NO
When there is a developmental delay
-Musculoskeletal... -Cardiovascular... -Pulmonary... -Neuromuscular... -C…
Motor development is a ____ process th…
continuous
Do all motor behaviors occur at the sa…
NO
178 terms
Integumentary Physical Therapy
Neuropathic appearance
Ischemic (arterial insufficiency) appe…
Neuropathic location
Ischemic (arterial insufficiency) loca…
Round or elliptical.
Dry surrounding skin, irregular, wet or dry gangrene, atrophy…
Sites of pressure or shear during weight bearing and ambulati…
Distal, especially toes and heels, but may occur anywhere art…
Neuropathic appearance
Round or elliptical.
Ischemic (arterial insufficiency) appe…
Dry surrounding skin, irregular, wet or dry gangrene, atrophy…
13 terms
Physical Therapy Assistant
Shoulder complex
Sternoclavicular Joint
Acromioclavicular joint (AC)
Glenohumeral joint (GH)
consists of four separate articulations
Composed of the clavicle articulating with the manubrium of t…
composed of the lateral end of the clavicle articulating with…
(ball and socket) round head of the humerus articulates with…
Shoulder complex
consists of four separate articulations
Sternoclavicular Joint
Composed of the clavicle articulating with the manubrium of t…
25 terms
Neurologic Physical Therapy
What does Neurologic Physical Therapy…
What does the impact of Central Nervou…
Neurologic Physical Therapy involves t…
What does the *Kubler-Ross Stages of D…
the treatment of patients with more extensive and global defi…
A wide range of impact dependent on the diagnosis and the *…
*Sustained trauma or an acquired disease processed to their c…
The stages patients progress through following a significant…
What does Neurologic Physical Therapy…
the treatment of patients with more extensive and global defi…
What does the impact of Central Nervou…
A wide range of impact dependent on the diagnosis and the *…
64 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy- Musculoskeletal
dysfunction
Range of Motion (ROM)
Bursitis
Bursae
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
movement at a joint
inflammation of bursae; commonly occurs at the shoulder to th…
fluid-filled sacs throughout the body that decrease friction…
dysfunction
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
Range of Motion (ROM)
movement at a joint
278 terms
Common Physical Therapy Abbreviations
AAROM
ABD
ADD
(A)
Active Assistive Range of Motion
abduction
adduction
assist
AAROM
Active Assistive Range of Motion
ABD
abduction
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