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Physical Therapy Special Tests
Apprehension Test for Anterior Shoulde…
Apprehension Test for Posterior Should…
Ludington's Test
Yergason's Test
Purpose: increased likelihood of anterior shoulder dislocatio…
Purpose: increased likelihood of posterior shoulder dislocati…
Purpose: Biceps tendon pathology... Method: Pt is in sitting wi…
Purpose: Biceps tendon pathology ... Method: Pt is sitting with…
Apprehension Test for Anterior Shoulde…
Purpose: increased likelihood of anterior shoulder dislocatio…
Apprehension Test for Posterior Should…
Purpose: increased likelihood of posterior shoulder dislocati…
121 terms
Physical Therapy Special Tests
Apprehension Test for Anterior Shoulde…
Capillary refill
Homan's
Ely's test
Purpose: increased likelihood of anterior shoulder dislocatio…
Purpose: Test for vascular insufficiency ... Method: Pt. is pos…
Purpose: Test for Deep Vein Thrombophlebitis ... Method: Pt. is…
Purpose: Indicative of rectus femurs contracture... Method: Pt.…
Apprehension Test for Anterior Shoulde…
Purpose: increased likelihood of anterior shoulder dislocatio…
Capillary refill
Purpose: Test for vascular insufficiency ... Method: Pt. is pos…
Physical Therapy Special Tests Shoulder
Yergason's Test
Speed's Test
Neer's Impingement Test
Empty can test
Transverse ligament & Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow at 90 flexio…
Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow full extension, forearm supinated…
Impingement of long head of biceps & supraspinatus... Passive in…
Tear and/or impingement of supraspinatus... Internally rotate sh…
Yergason's Test
Transverse ligament & Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow at 90 flexio…
Speed's Test
Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow full extension, forearm supinated…
30 terms
Special Populations with Physical Therapy
Angina
Thrombosis
Disability
Congenital
Chest pain caused by a lack of blood flow to the heart
Formation of a blood clot in a blood vessel
A condition that damages or limits a person's physical or men…
A condition present at birth
Angina
Chest pain caused by a lack of blood flow to the heart
Thrombosis
Formation of a blood clot in a blood vessel
41 terms
Physical Therapy Special Tests Shoulder
Yergason's Test
Speed's Test
Neer's Impingement Test
Empty can test
Transverse ligament & Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow at 90 flexio…
Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow full extension, forearm supinated…
Impingement of long head of biceps & supraspinatus... Passive in…
Tear and/or impingement of supraspinatus... Internally rotate sh…
Yergason's Test
Transverse ligament & Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow at 90 flexio…
Speed's Test
Bicipital Tendinitis... Elbow full extension, forearm supinated…
physical therapy exam- knee special tests
lachman's stress test identifies?
how do you perform lachmans
pivot shift (or anterolateral rotary i…
how do you perform a pivot shift test?
integrity of ACL
Pt supine with knee placed at 20-30 degrees flexed then glide…
ACL integrity
patient supine with testing knee in extension, hip flexed and…
lachman's stress test identifies?
integrity of ACL
how do you perform lachmans
Pt supine with knee placed at 20-30 degrees flexed then glide…
Physical therapy exam- shoulder special tests
what does the yergason's test for?
how do you perform the yergason's test?
what is a positive yergason's test?
what does the speed's test identify
integrity of transverse ligament; may also identify bicipital…
patient sitting with shoulder in neutral, elbow at 90, and fo…
biceps long head will "pop out" of groove. May also reproduce…
bicipital tendonosis/tendonopathy
what does the yergason's test for?
integrity of transverse ligament; may also identify bicipital…
how do you perform the yergason's test?
patient sitting with shoulder in neutral, elbow at 90, and fo…
physical therapy exam- hip special tests
what does faber's (patrick) test ident…
how do you perform faber's test?
what is a positive faber's test?
what does the grind (scouring) test id…
dysfunction of hip, such as mobility restriction
patient lies supine. passively flex, abduct, and ER test leg…
knee is unable to assume relaxed position and/or pain
degenerative joint disease (DJD) of hip joint
what does faber's (patrick) test ident…
dysfunction of hip, such as mobility restriction
how do you perform faber's test?
patient lies supine. passively flex, abduct, and ER test leg…
Physical therapy exam- elbow special tests
what does the ligament instability tes…
how do you perform the ligament instab…
how do you perform the lateral epicond…
what is a positive lateral epicondylit…
ligament laxity or restriction
patient sitting or supine. entire upper limb is supported and…
patient sitting with elbow in 90 degrees flexion and supporte…
pain at lateral epicondyle
what does the ligament instability tes…
ligament laxity or restriction
how do you perform the ligament instab…
patient sitting or supine. entire upper limb is supported and…
Physical therapy exam- wrist and hand special tests
finkelstein's test identifies what?
how do you perform the finkelstein's t…
what is a positive finkelstein's test?
bunnel-littler test indentifies what?
de Quervain's tenosynovitis (paratendonitis of the abductor p…
patient makes fist with thumb within confines of fingers. pas…
reproduces pain in wrist. often painful with no pathology, so…
tightness in structures surrounding the MCP joints
finkelstein's test identifies what?
de Quervain's tenosynovitis (paratendonitis of the abductor p…
how do you perform the finkelstein's t…
patient makes fist with thumb within confines of fingers. pas…
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Women's Health Physical Therapy Specialization (WCS): Part 1
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern A (4A)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern E (4E)
Impaired posture
Impaired muscle performance
Primary prevention/risk reduction for skeletal demineralization
Impaired joint mobility, motor function, muscle performance,…
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Impaired posture
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Impaired muscle performance
Women's Health Physical Therapy Specialization (WCS): Part 1
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern A (4A)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern E (4E)
Impaired posture
Impaired muscle performance
Primary prevention/risk reduction for skeletal demineralization
Impaired joint mobility, motor function, muscle performance,…
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Impaired posture
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Impaired muscle performance
Women's Health Physical Therapy Specialization (WCS): Part 1
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern A (4A)
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern E (4E)
Impaired posture
Impaired muscle performance
Primary prevention/risk reduction for skeletal demineralization
Impaired joint mobility, motor function, muscle performance,…
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern B (4B)
Impaired posture
Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern C (4C)
Impaired muscle performance
75 terms
Therapy Ed - Special Tests
special tests of the shoulder
Yergasons
Yergasons test
speed's test (biceps straight arm)
special tests of the shoulder
transverse ligament; bicipital tendonitis
sitting - 90 flexion and pronation, humerus against thorax -…
bicipital tendonitis or tendonitis
special tests of the shoulder
special tests of the shoulder
Yergasons
transverse ligament; bicipital tendonitis
73 terms
Therapy Ed - Special Tests
special tests of the shoulder
Yergasons
Yergasons test
speed's test (biceps straight arm)
special tests of the shoulder
transverse ligament; bicipital tendonitis
sitting - 90 flexion and pronation, humerus against thorax -…
bicipital tendonitis or tendonitis
special tests of the shoulder
special tests of the shoulder
Yergasons
transverse ligament; bicipital tendonitis
50 terms
Physical therapy
range of motion ROM
contracture
Problems caused by lack of movement
Active ROM
exercises done to maintain the health of the musculoskeletal…
tightening of and shortening of a muscle, resulting in a perm…
-contractures... -muscles atrophy... -circulatory impairement(blood…
performed by patients who are able to move each joint without…
range of motion ROM
exercises done to maintain the health of the musculoskeletal…
contracture
tightening of and shortening of a muscle, resulting in a perm…
34 terms
Physical therapy
When to refer to PT
Passive vs Active vs Functional ROM
ROM normal values
Functional ROM test of DF vs PF
-Pre and post-op... -For routine care- pts who are in pain or ha…
Passive - PT/equipment move the joint through ROM with no e…
DF - 20'; PF - 50'... FF inversion-35', eversion-15'... RF inversio…
DF... -WB lunge test = bring knee to wall with heel on the gro…
When to refer to PT
-Pre and post-op... -For routine care- pts who are in pain or ha…
Passive vs Active vs Functional ROM
Passive - PT/equipment move the joint through ROM with no e…
128 terms
Physical Therapy
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
128 terms
Physical Therapy
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
24 terms
Physical Therapy
lateral
Medial
Muscle contract when
Nerves transmit impulses when
further away from midline
closest to midline
Nerve cells contract
cells are sparked into action
lateral
further away from midline
Medial
closest to midline
128 terms
Physical Therapy
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
Physical Therapy
Increase circulation, increase joint m…
active assitive
passive assistive
Stop the exercises and report it
What best describes the purpose of ROM exercises?
Type of exercise where you assist and they attempt to perform…
ROM's exercises performed by a PT or RN when the patient can'…
What do you do when a patient begins to report pain upon ROM?
Increase circulation, increase joint m…
What best describes the purpose of ROM exercises?
active assitive
Type of exercise where you assist and they attempt to perform…
24 terms
Physical Therapy
lateral
Medial
Muscle contract when
Nerves transmit impulses when
further away from midline
closest to midline
Nerve cells contract
cells are sparked into action
lateral
further away from midline
Medial
closest to midline
128 terms
Physical Therapy
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
Physical Therapy
ROM
Contracture
Active ROM exercise
Active Assistance ROM exercises
Range of motion
Tightening and shortening of a muscle, resulting in a permane…
performed by patients who are able to move each joint without…
The patient actively moves the joint, but receives assistance…
ROM
Range of motion
Contracture
Tightening and shortening of a muscle, resulting in a permane…
214 terms
Physical Therapy
Acceptable standard of care
access
accessory motion
active assisted ROM
standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
ability for an individual to obtain health care services when…
ability of the join surfaces to glide, roll and spin on one a…
(AROM) ability of the patient to voluntarily move a limb thro…
Acceptable standard of care
standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
access
ability for an individual to obtain health care services when…
Physical Therapy
Acceptable standard of care
Acess
Accessory motion
Active assisted range of motion
standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
ability for an individual to obtain health care services when…
Ability of the joint surfaces to glide, roll, and spin on one…
joint movement in which the patient may be assisted either ma…
Acceptable standard of care
standards established by the APTA for the delivery of physica…
Acess
ability for an individual to obtain health care services when…
28 terms
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
Physical therapy includes
Passive therapy
Examples of passive therapies
Tx of dz by physical agent and methods to assist rehab and re…
use of massage, manipulation, therapeutic exercise, hydrother…
modalities that do not require any energy on the part of the…
massage, heat and cold, electrical stimulation, ultrasound, t…
Physical Therapy
Tx of dz by physical agent and methods to assist rehab and re…
Physical therapy includes
use of massage, manipulation, therapeutic exercise, hydrother…
physical therapy
cryotheraphy
cryotherapy method
cryotheraphy advantages
cryotherapy disadvantages
application of cold towel for 15-20 mins every 4 hours for 3…
vasoconstriction and decreased nerve conduction velocity
minimizes inflammation... provides analgesia... helps with muscle s…
cold sensitivities ... hypothermia... must monitor for discomfort... c…
cryotheraphy
application of cold towel for 15-20 mins every 4 hours for 3…
cryotherapy method
vasoconstriction and decreased nerve conduction velocity
Physical Therapy
Rehabilitation
Physical Therapist Education Needs
Physical Therapist Responsibilities
How Physical Therapists Provide Treatm…
The process of restoring a person to good health and the acti…
Must have a bachelor's or master's degree and be licensed by…
Evaluation, treatment, and discharge of the patient from phys…
Using exercise, massage, and applications of heat, cold, wate…
Rehabilitation
The process of restoring a person to good health and the acti…
Physical Therapist Education Needs
Must have a bachelor's or master's degree and be licensed by…
36 terms
Physical Therapy
RACE
PASS
Causes of A Fire:
Prevention of A Fire:
Rescue, Alert, Contain, Evacuate
Pull the pin, Aim, Squeeze, Spray
Circuits, Smoking, Matches, Defects, Improper Disposal
Do not smoke, do not put broken cords or equipment
RACE
Rescue, Alert, Contain, Evacuate
PASS
Pull the pin, Aim, Squeeze, Spray
12 terms
Physical Therapy
Mary McMillan
CAPTE
FSBPT
Tri-Alliance
First president of Physical Therapy Association
Accredits programs
Licensing exam
PTs, OTs, and SLPs
Mary McMillan
First president of Physical Therapy Association
CAPTE
Accredits programs
Physical Therapy
Abduction
Adduction
Flexion
Extension
moving a part away from the midline of the body
moving a part toward the midline of the body
bending a body part
straightening a body part
Abduction
moving a part away from the midline of the body
Adduction
moving a part toward the midline of the body
37 terms
physical therapy
Somatic Dysfunction
apophyseal
myotome
dermatome
reversible functional disorders of the joints
an expanded or projecting part especially of an organism
A group of muscles primarily innervated by the motor fibers o…
A skin area innervated by the sensory fibres of a single nerv…
Somatic Dysfunction
reversible functional disorders of the joints
apophyseal
an expanded or projecting part especially of an organism
17 terms
physical therapy
would lead
fell
cast
extend
может привести
упал
гипс
Вытягивать
would lead
может привести
fell
упал
20 terms
physical therapy
Define physical therapy
Physiological effects of physiotherapy
Define massage
What are benefits of massage
The treatment of a disease or injury by physical agents. Thes…
1)Increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage ... 2)Earlier resol…
Massage is the manipulation of soft tissue with the hands.
-Increases blood flow which in turn increases availability of…
Define physical therapy
The treatment of a disease or injury by physical agents. Thes…
Physiological effects of physiotherapy
1)Increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage ... 2)Earlier resol…
19 terms
Physical therapy
physical therapy
physiatry
rehabilitation
occupational therapy
a type of patient therapy that focus on helping patients reco…
uses physical devices to diagnose, treat, manage and prevent…
when you are working with a patient to restore physical funct…
restore a patients ability to live independently and to perfo…
physical therapy
a type of patient therapy that focus on helping patients reco…
physiatry
uses physical devices to diagnose, treat, manage and prevent…
44 terms
Physical Therapy
to assist the disabled aged in recover…
three major principles that influence…
capabilities within an aged group is m…
the concept of activity is key in reha…
the purpose of geriatric rehabilitation
variability,hypokinetics, optimal health
variability
hypokinetics
to assist the disabled aged in recover…
the purpose of geriatric rehabilitation
three major principles that influence…
variability,hypokinetics, optimal health
40 terms
Physical Therapy
Body mechanics
Circumduction
Dorsiflexion
Eversion
Use of good posture and position while performing activities…
Circular or swinging motion of a limb
Movement of a body part at the joint so that it is bent towar…
To turn inward
Body mechanics
Use of good posture and position while performing activities…
Circumduction
Circular or swinging motion of a limb
Physical Therapy
joint hypermobility syndrome
Hypotonia
passive range of motion (or PROM)
osteoporosis
Condition that features joints that easily move beyond the no…
Medical term for decreased muscle tone.
Therapist or equipment moves the joint through the range of m…
medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragi…
joint hypermobility syndrome
Condition that features joints that easily move beyond the no…
Hypotonia
Medical term for decreased muscle tone.
Physical Therapy
To prevent problems caused by lack of…
physical therapists
the hands
3-5
why are range-of motion exercises done?
Who performs ROM exercises?
Where should support be provided when ROMs are being performed?
How many times should each movement be performed?
To prevent problems caused by lack of…
why are range-of motion exercises done?
physical therapists
Who performs ROM exercises?
Physical Therapy
what can be affected
causes
cerebral palsy
cerebral palsy ( can have difficulties…
. movement, mobility ... . fine and gross motor skill ... .stamina,…
. genetic, inherited disorders ... . born with it... . serious illn…
. neuromuscular disorder, can have cognitive challenges
. posture ... . movement ... . muscle weakness or tightness... . invol…
what can be affected
. movement, mobility ... . fine and gross motor skill ... .stamina,…
causes
. genetic, inherited disorders ... . born with it... . serious illn…
Physical Therapy
Luxation
Goniometry
Diathermy
Infrared Therapy
Dislocation
Act of measuring the range of motion at a joint.
a method of physical therapy that involves generating local h…
Treatment by exposure to various wavelengths of infrared radi…
Luxation
Dislocation
Goniometry
Act of measuring the range of motion at a joint.
5 terms
Physical Therapy
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fats
Minerals
provide fuel to the brain
building block for the body's muscles
provide shock absorption to the body
helps with cell function
Carbohydrates
provide fuel to the brain
Protein
building block for the body's muscles
physical therapy
anterior
posterior
medial
lateral
front of the body
back of the body
inside of the midline
outside of the midline
anterior
front of the body
posterior
back of the body
physical therapy
Fractures of the Talus (ankle)
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrom
Fracture of the calcaneus
Plantar Fasciitis
Moi: severe inversion ankle sprain... s/sx: pain with WB, catchi…
Nerve; tibial nerve and vein... Moi: ligament pinches a nerve... s/…
Moi: landing after jumping, falling... s/sx: immediate swelling,…
Moi: overuse, constant pressure... s/sx: pain in anterior, media…
Fractures of the Talus (ankle)
Moi: severe inversion ankle sprain... s/sx: pain with WB, catchi…
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrom
Nerve; tibial nerve and vein... Moi: ligament pinches a nerve... s/…
Physical Therapy
Aquamatic pads
Cane
Compresses
Contracture
Temperature controlled unit that circulates warm liquid throu…
A rod used as an aid in walking
A folded wet or dry cloth applied firmly to a body part
Tightening or shortening of a muscle
Aquamatic pads
Temperature controlled unit that circulates warm liquid throu…
Cane
A rod used as an aid in walking
8 terms
Physical Therapy
Biomedical Therapy
Anti-psychotic drugs
Anti-anxiety drugs
Anti-depressant drugs
prescribed medications or medical procedures that act directl…
drugs used to treat schizophrenia and other forms of severe t…
Drugs used to control anxiety and agitation ... Xanax, Paxil, Va…
drugs used to treat depression; also increasingly prescribed…
Biomedical Therapy
prescribed medications or medical procedures that act directl…
Anti-psychotic drugs
drugs used to treat schizophrenia and other forms of severe t…
Physical Therapy
physiatrist... physical therapist ... physic…
M.D specialty in physical medicine and…
initial assessment of patient... gives or…
help restore function, improve immobil…
Physical Therapy Members:
physiatrist
Physiatrist job:
physical therapist job:
physiatrist... physical therapist ... physic…
Physical Therapy Members:
M.D specialty in physical medicine and…
physiatrist
40 terms
Physical Therapy
Codo
Rodilla
Tobillo
Nudillos
Elbow
Knee
Ankle
Knuckle
Codo
Elbow
Rodilla
Knee
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