Rehab Techniques

Card Set Information

Author:
Vincent
ID:
104953
Filename:
Rehab Techniques
Updated:
2011-10-02 23:18:21
Tags:
PNF
Folders:

Description:
PNF
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user Vincent on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Related to the sensation of movement and body position.
    Proprioceptive
  2. Involving nerves and muscles.
    Neuromuscular
  3. To make easier.
    To make something happen.
    Facilitation
  4. Diagonal line of motion is called _______.
    "the groove"
  5. Completely lengthened state is the _______.
    "the wind up"
  6. Separating the joint surfaces to get increased mobility, usually during the "pull" sequences with the extremities.
    Traction
  7. Compression of the joints, usually during the "push" sequences with the extremities.
    Approximation
  8. Muscles that are working to complete a pattern, muscles are actively shortening.
    Agonist
  9. Muscles that are passively lengthening during the motion.
    Antagonist
  10. ________ is necessary to develop coordination, strength, and endurance.
    Activity
  11. Stronger body parts strengthen weaker parts through ________.
    Cooperation
  12. Methods for promoting a neuromuscular response through stimulation of the proprioceptors on order to increase strength, flexibility, coordination, and endurance.
    Proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF)
  13. - Must be graded to allow full ROM when movement is wanted.
    - Must be graded so as not to break the patient's hold when want isometric.
    - Stimulates active movement and activation of weaker muscles through overflow.
    Resistance
  14. ________ enters the motion first.
    Rotation
  15. Develops coordination and allows for overflow.
    Normal timing
  16. When the antagonist and agonist switch roles.
    Slow reversal
  17. Also known as "chopping"
    Upper trunk flexion with rotation
  18. Also known as "lifting"
    Upper trunk extension with rotation
  19. - Shoulder flexion, adduction, external rotation
    - Forearm supination
    - Wrist flexion, radial deviation
    - Fingers flexion, adduction
    D1 Flexion
  20. - Shoulder extension, abduction, internal rotation
    - Forearm pronation
    - Wrist extension, ulnar deviation
    - Fingers extension, abduction
    D1 Extension
  21. - Shoulder flexion, abduction, external rotation
    - Forearm supination
    - Wrist extension, radial deviation
    - Fingers extension, abduction
    D2 Flexion
  22. - Shoulder extension, adduction, internal rotation
    - Forearm pronation
    - Wrist flexion, ulnar deviation
    - Fingers flexion, adduction
    D2 Extension
  23. - Hip flexion, adduction, external rotation
    - Ankle dorsiflexion, inversion
    - Toes extension
    D1 Flexion
  24. - Hip extension, abduction, internal rotation
    - Ankle planterflexion, eversion
    - Toes flexion
    D1 Extension
  25. - Hip flexion, abduction, internal rotation
    - Ankle dorsiflexion, eversion
    - Toes extension
    D2 Flexion
  26. - Hip extension, adduction, external rotation
    - Ankle plantarflexion, inversion
    - Toes flexion
    D2 Extension

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview