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Rehab
beat, beat, beaten
bend, bent, bent
bet, bet, bet
blow
v. strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so…
v. to force (an object, especially a long or thin one) from a…
v. n. risk something, usually a sum of money, against someone…
v. move creating an air current
beat, beat, beaten
v. strike (a person or an animal) repeatedly and violently so…
bend, bent, bent
v. to force (an object, especially a long or thin one) from a…
Rehab
What is an examination?
What is in the subjective part of an e…
Why is the importance of flexibility?
What is flexibility?
a clinician seeks information containing the SINS of a patien…
Demographic, hx of the current injury and hx of other prior i…
for restoration and improvement in normal pre- injury ROM.
Ability of neuromuscular system to allow for efficient moveme…
What is an examination?
a clinician seeks information containing the SINS of a patien…
What is in the subjective part of an e…
Demographic, hx of the current injury and hx of other prior i…
25 terms
rehab
rehabilitation
goal of rehab
physiatrist
advance practice nurse
adaptation (recovery) from a disabling condition... A process in…
promote optimal wellness... restore optimum function... prevent com…
A physician who specializes in physical medicine and rehabili…
conducts comprehensive assessment
rehabilitation
adaptation (recovery) from a disabling condition... A process in…
goal of rehab
promote optimal wellness... restore optimum function... prevent com…
rehab
Culture defines... the significance of d…
The vertebral level of injury for a ce…
Raising the head of the bed before tra…
Raising the head of the bed before tra…
...
...
gradual vessel accommodation from the supine position to the…
gradual vessel accommodation from the supine position to the…
Culture defines... the significance of d…
...
The vertebral level of injury for a ce…
...
35 terms
Rehab
physician or licensed or certified pro…
Rehabilitative Services—Admission Poli…
If a facility's admission policies inc…
Initiation of services to meet the reh…
prognosis and changes in rehabilitation and other appropriate…
restorative service shall be the restorative nursing care pla…
facility shall provide, or arrange for under written agreemen…
48 hours (excluding Saturday and Sunday) of the physician's o…
physician or licensed or certified pro…
prognosis and changes in rehabilitation and other appropriate…
Rehabilitative Services—Admission Poli…
restorative service shall be the restorative nursing care pla…
47 terms
Rehab
Continuous passive motion
Stretching should never be done during…
Stretching duration
Strength
Machine that moves a joint slowly through range of motion
Acute
15-30 seconds
Ability of contractile tissue to produce tension... 1-8 reps; h…
Continuous passive motion
Machine that moves a joint slowly through range of motion
Stretching should never be done during…
Acute
53 terms
rehab
define rehabilitation
what are some short term goals of a re…
describe phase 1 of the acute inflamma…
describe repair phase of inflammation
the physical resortation of a sick or disabled person by ther…
control pain and inflammation... maintain or improve ROM... resotre…
may last up to 4 days... immobility for the first 3 days is nece…
occurs in 6-10 weeks following injury... repair is underway, pai…
define rehabilitation
the physical resortation of a sick or disabled person by ther…
what are some short term goals of a re…
control pain and inflammation... maintain or improve ROM... resotre…
68 terms
rehab
emberi test síkjai
Mozgásirányok tudományos leírása
ffi és nő közötti ízületi eltérés
csontok szerepe
oldalsík(frontális, laterális sík)... vízszintes sík(horizontáli…
hajlítás-flexio, feszítés-extensio, túlfeszítés-hieperextensi…
Q angle and carrying angle nőknél nagyobb szöget zár be. mede…
mozgás, izmok tapadási helye... •a test váza, tartja a testet... •s…
emberi test síkjai
oldalsík(frontális, laterális sík)... vízszintes sík(horizontáli…
Mozgásirányok tudományos leírása
hajlítás-flexio, feszítés-extensio, túlfeszítés-hieperextensi…
46 terms
Rehab
Foot orthoses
Ankle foot orthoses
Knee orthoses
Knee Ankle Foot Orthoses
redistribute weight, equalize limb length discrepancy, suppor…
structurally bridge ankle joint, provide support, direct cont…
Prophylactic-- prevent injury... Postoperative-- after surgical…
improving stability and functional mobility for patient with…
Foot orthoses
redistribute weight, equalize limb length discrepancy, suppor…
Ankle foot orthoses
structurally bridge ankle joint, provide support, direct cont…
10 terms
Rehab
Fibrocartilage
Innervation
Ipsilateral
Ischemia
Type of cartilage that contain visible collagenous fiber
Nerve stimulation of a muscle
Situated on the same side
Lack of blood flow
Fibrocartilage
Type of cartilage that contain visible collagenous fiber
Innervation
Nerve stimulation of a muscle
rehab
q
qd
qid
tid
every
everyday
four times a day
three times a day
q
every
qd
everyday
6 terms
Rehab
scullery
barrel
lurch
usually
grovkjøkken
tønne
stikken
som oftest
scullery
grovkjøkken
barrel
tønne
Rehab
AROM
PROM
RROM
AMA
Active range of motion
Passive range of motion
Resisted range of motion
Against medical care
AROM
Active range of motion
PROM
Passive range of motion
20 terms
Rehab
Contraindicated
Flexibility
Distal
Strain
A procedure that may prove harmful to the athlete at this time
Mobility of a body segment
Away from a point of reference
Stretching or tearing of a muscle
Contraindicated
A procedure that may prove harmful to the athlete at this time
Flexibility
Mobility of a body segment
12 terms
Rehab
Quad sit
Straight leg raise
Step up
Step down
A
B
...
...
Quad sit
A
Straight leg raise
B
82 terms
rehab
Anterior dislocations acronyms ... TUBS…
GH dislocations concerns
GH dislocation RTP
Phases of GH dislocations
Autramatic... Multidirectional... Bilateral movement... Rehabilitation…
maintain appropriate reduction of shoulder... Restore Axis of ro…
12 weeks for return to beginning activtiy... 20 weeks for unrest…
PHASE 1 - Protective phase - up to 3 weeks... limit inflammation…
Anterior dislocations acronyms ... TUBS…
Autramatic... Multidirectional... Bilateral movement... Rehabilitation…
GH dislocations concerns
maintain appropriate reduction of shoulder... Restore Axis of ro…
34 terms
Rehab
Abduction
Adduction
Adl
Asymptomatic
Lateral movement away from midline
Medical movement towards the midline
Activities of daily life
Without symptoms
Abduction
Lateral movement away from midline
Adduction
Medical movement towards the midline
38 terms
REHAB
tetraplegia
paraplegia
C1-4
C5
cervical region... loss of extremities, trunk and pelvic organs
thoracic, lumbar, sacral region... loss of trunk, LEs, pelvic or…
sensory
biceps
tetraplegia
cervical region... loss of extremities, trunk and pelvic organs
paraplegia
thoracic, lumbar, sacral region... loss of trunk, LEs, pelvic or…
rehab
TCOP categorization of Occupation
Define Occupation
Define Occupational Therapy
Define Occupational Science
Occupation... Activity (ADL) - Eat... Task (Macro) - Pour milk... Acti…
Activity or set of activities that are performed with regular…
The art and science of enabling:... 1. engagement in everyday li…
The study of the occupational nature of people and who they a…
TCOP categorization of Occupation
Occupation... Activity (ADL) - Eat... Task (Macro) - Pour milk... Acti…
Define Occupation
Activity or set of activities that are performed with regular…
Rehab
Nagi disability model
Disease
Impairments
Functional limitations
Disease, impairments, functional limitations, and disability
Pathology with signs and symptoms that disrupt an individual'…
Alterations in anatomic or physiologic structures or functions
Occur as a result of impairments and limit patient abilities…
Nagi disability model
Disease, impairments, functional limitations, and disability
Disease
Pathology with signs and symptoms that disrupt an individual'…
Rehab
Activities of daily living (ADL)
Adaptive equipment
Body Mechanics
Ergonomics
Activities usually performed in the course of a normal day, s…
Modification of equipment or device to improve the function a…
Use of good posture and position while performing activities…
study of human work including how the requirements for perfor…
Activities of daily living (ADL)
Activities usually performed in the course of a normal day, s…
Adaptive equipment
Modification of equipment or device to improve the function a…
Rehab
Marbles
Toe grabs
Toe wriper
Foam roller
2x
3x
3x
Plantar/ Dorsey 3x
Marbles
2x
Toe grabs
3x
9 terms
Rehab
Distal radius fx (non-surgical)
Distal radius fx surgical
CTS
TCF
Immobilized 3-6 weeks (tendon glides, shoulder & elbow ROM)... 3…
Immobilized 2-3 weeks (tendon glides, shoulder & elbow ROM)... 2…
1-2 weeks splinted ... 2-4 weeks (AROM, tendon gliding, scar man…
0-2 weeks AROM progress as tolerated... Wrist splint... 2 weeks p.o…
Distal radius fx (non-surgical)
Immobilized 3-6 weeks (tendon glides, shoulder & elbow ROM)... 3…
Distal radius fx surgical
Immobilized 2-3 weeks (tendon glides, shoulder & elbow ROM)... 2…
Rehab
Clinical Relevance ... Target: Ankle & Kn…
Target: Knee... 16° decline angle has ma…
Conclusion :... This article went over th…
In this study, researchers took biomec…
...
...
...
...
Clinical Relevance ... Target: Ankle & Kn…
...
Target: Knee... 16° decline angle has ma…
...
11 terms
Rehab
AROM
PROM
RROM
AMA
Active range of motion
Passive range of motion
Recited range of motion
Against medical advice
AROM
Active range of motion
PROM
Passive range of motion
39 terms
Rehab
Qualifications for Inpatient Rehab
SNF requirements
SCI length of stay
6 main causes of death after SCI
1. documented need for interdisciplinary skills... 2. can partic…
IV meds, wounds, limited potential for functional progress, l…
Acute - 11 days ... Rehab - 36 days
pneumonia, septicemia, CV disease, CVA, unintentional injurie…
Qualifications for Inpatient Rehab
1. documented need for interdisciplinary skills... 2. can partic…
SNF requirements
IV meds, wounds, limited potential for functional progress, l…
Rehab
Po
Im
Iv
Sc
Per orum or by mouth
Intramuscular
Intraverious
Subcutaneous
Po
Per orum or by mouth
Im
Intramuscular
15 terms
Rehab
Arthralgia
Chondromalacia
Arthritis
Gout
Pain in joint
Abnormal softening of cartilage
Inflammation of the joints
a type of arthritis that is associated with the formation of…
Arthralgia
Pain in joint
Chondromalacia
Abnormal softening of cartilage
Rehab
The goals of helping process
Client
Intervention strategy
Cognitive component
Encourage responsibility and self help
An individual, small group, or geographic area
The stage which goals are set
The who what, where,why of a message
The goals of helping process
Encourage responsibility and self help
Client
An individual, small group, or geographic area
64 terms
Rehab
degree requirements
helping roles
ethical standards
main response of hs
2-4 year education (interdisciplinary)
wide range of jobs in rehab but all are ___
___ in treatment and relationships with all members in the sy…
assist people to live better lives, improve the present and c…
degree requirements
2-4 year education (interdisciplinary)
helping roles
wide range of jobs in rehab but all are ___
Rehab
Insertion
Endosteum
Dorsal
Joint
Place of attachment of a muscle to the bone that moves it
Thin membrane that line the morrow cavities of bone and is a…
Back of the body
Area of junction between 2 or more bones
Insertion
Place of attachment of a muscle to the bone that moves it
Endosteum
Thin membrane that line the morrow cavities of bone and is a…
Rehab
-ior
-ical
-ic
-iac
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
Pertaining to
-ior
Pertaining to
-ical
Pertaining to
Rehab
PTA
Physical therapist
OTA
Occupational therapist
Work under the supervision of physical therapist. Requires hi…
Examine medical histories, measure range of motion, coordinat…
Helps clients with rehabilitative activities and exercises ou…
Help clients recover and improve their ability to do daily ac…
PTA
Work under the supervision of physical therapist. Requires hi…
Physical therapist
Examine medical histories, measure range of motion, coordinat…
Rehab
Initial Phase
physical therapy
occupational therapy
vocational therapy
mobility and communication are 2 most important areas of func…
focus on muscle strengthening
redevelop fine motor skills
potential work / employment capabilities
Initial Phase
mobility and communication are 2 most important areas of func…
physical therapy
focus on muscle strengthening
6 terms
Rehab
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 2
Grade 3
Difficult to see under all circumstances regardless of surface
Difficult to see at a walk or trot in straight line constantl…
Difficult to see at a walk or trot in straight line constantl…
Noticeably observable at the trot
Grade 1
Difficult to see under all circumstances regardless of surface
Grade 2
Difficult to see at a walk or trot in straight line constantl…
22 terms
REHAB
Activities of Daily Living
Assisted Ambulation
Assistive Device
Audiometer Testing
The basic activities a person usually accomplishes during a n…
Aid for walking (cane/crutches)
any item (handrails, grab bars, canes, wheelchairs) that is b…
...
Activities of Daily Living
The basic activities a person usually accomplishes during a n…
Assisted Ambulation
Aid for walking (cane/crutches)
51 terms
REHAB
the units of absolute time are years ago
superposition indicates that the prese…
Two rock outcrops located on different…
slump involves movement along a planna…
True
false; uniformitarion
False
...False
the units of absolute time are years ago
True
superposition indicates that the prese…
false; uniformitarion
49 terms
rehab
aphasia
dysphasia
agnosia
agraphia
neurological condition... 1. form/speak condition... 2. read writte…
partial or complete impairment of the ability to communicate
1. total or partial loss of ability to recognize something or…
inability to write. may be able to form the letters/words but…
aphasia
neurological condition... 1. form/speak condition... 2. read writte…
dysphasia
partial or complete impairment of the ability to communicate
Rehab
biomechanics
torque
cartilage
patella
study of internal and external forces acting on a living orga…
off axis force; muscle force
dictates force absorption responses
serves as lever that increases the amount of quadriceps torqu…
biomechanics
study of internal and external forces acting on a living orga…
torque
off axis force; muscle force
Rehab
Rehabilitation
Team Physician
Athletic Trainer
Physical Therapist
team oriented process-start conservative, end aggressive - he…
calling the shots - provides medical care to an organization,…
keep individual on the field - day to day physical health of…
restore function - back-ground in orthopedics or sports medic…
Rehabilitation
team oriented process-start conservative, end aggressive - he…
Team Physician
calling the shots - provides medical care to an organization,…
53 terms
rehab
define rehabilitation
what are some short term goals of a re…
describe phase 1 of the acute inflamma…
describe repair phase of inflammation
the physical resortation of a sick or disabled person by ther…
control pain and inflammation... maintain or improve ROM... resotre…
may last up to 4 days... immobility for the first 3 days is nece…
occurs in 6-10 weeks following injury... repair is underway, pai…
define rehabilitation
the physical resortation of a sick or disabled person by ther…
what are some short term goals of a re…
control pain and inflammation... maintain or improve ROM... resotre…
Rehab
OSHA
CDC
Standard Precautions
Hand washing
protects workers in the workplace
protects workers and patients from disease
require that you treat every patient as being potentially inf…
most effective means of preventing pathogen transmission
OSHA
protects workers in the workplace
CDC
protects workers and patients from disease
Rehab
Mobility (transitional mobility)
Stability (Static postural control)
Controlled mobility
Skill
Roll over... ability to move from one posture to another
Sitting... maintain position with COG over BOS
Weight shift... ability to maintain postural orientation while…
Gait... COG moving BOS changing ... highly coordinated movement a…
Mobility (transitional mobility)
Roll over... ability to move from one posture to another
Stability (Static postural control)
Sitting... maintain position with COG over BOS
rehab
abduction
adduction
adl
asymptomatic
lateral movement away from midline
medial movement towards the midline
activities of daily living
without symptoms
abduction
lateral movement away from midline
adduction
medial movement towards the midline
23 terms
Rehab
Therapeutic Exercise
Conditioning Exercise
Goal of the athlete
Short term rehab goals
Exercise used as part of a rehab program
Activities that are used to minimize injury and maximize perf…
Return to activity as quickly and as safely as possible
Provide correct and immediate first aid to control swelling,…
Therapeutic Exercise
Exercise used as part of a rehab program
Conditioning Exercise
Activities that are used to minimize injury and maximize perf…
rehab
acro
ankylo
Arthro
Brachi
extremities
Crooked, looped, immovable, fixed
Joint
Arm
acro
extremities
ankylo
Crooked, looped, immovable, fixed
rehab
intraindividual
extraindividual
aggregae
interindividual
no contact/in the mind (daydreaming, meditation, twiddling th…
no contact/directed by a person to an object in the environme…
multiple people, same space, but working individually (watchi…
action of a competitive nature by one person directed towards…
intraindividual
no contact/in the mind (daydreaming, meditation, twiddling th…
extraindividual
no contact/directed by a person to an object in the environme…
20 terms
Rehab
Prosthesis
Orthotics
Mobility
Hydrotherapy
an artificial part that replaces a natural part
used to straighten or correct deformities by the use of ortho…
the quality of being mobile.
the branch of therapeutics that deals with the curative use o…
Prosthesis
an artificial part that replaces a natural part
Orthotics
used to straighten or correct deformities by the use of ortho…
49 terms
Rehab
define force
explain the relevance to therapeutic e…
Explain how center of gravity changes…
how can change in base of support chan…
force is energy that causes movement and has direction and ma…
All the laws govern how the body moves and reacts to forces a…
The CoG is the theoretical center of mass of an object. when…
narrower base= less stable... wide base= more stable
define force
force is energy that causes movement and has direction and ma…
explain the relevance to therapeutic e…
All the laws govern how the body moves and reacts to forces a…
Rehab
activities of daily living
adaptive equipment
body mechanics
ergonomics
activities usually performed in the course of a normal day
modification of equipment or devices to improve the function…
use of good posture and position while performing activities…
study of human work including how the requirements for perfor…
activities of daily living
activities usually performed in the course of a normal day
adaptive equipment
modification of equipment or devices to improve the function…
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