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Imbalances and Corrective Strategies
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  1. Feet turn out during anterior assessment what muscles are most likely underactive
    • medial gastrocnemius
    • medial hamstring
    • gracilius
    • sartorius
    • popliteus
  2. Feet turn out during anterior assessment what are most likely the overactive muscles
    • soleus
    • lateral gastrocnemius
    • biceps femoris (short head)
  3. what is an example of static or foam roll technique for feet turning out
    • gastrocnemius/soleus
    • biceps femoris
  4. What is a strengthening exercise for feet turning out during anterior view of overhead squat assessment
    Single leg balance reach
  5. Knees move inward during overhead balance reach assessment (anterior view) what are likely overactive muscles
    • adductor complex
    • biceps femoris (short head)
    • TFL
    • Vastus Lateralis
  6. Knees move inward during overhead balance reach assessment (anterior view) what are likely underactive muscles
    • gluteus medius/maximus
    • vastus medialis oblique (VMO)
  7. Knees move inward during overhead balance reach assessment (anterior view) what are examples of static/foam roll techniques
    • Adductors
    • TFL/IT band
  8. what is an example of static or foam roll technique for knees move inward
    tube walking
  9. In the lateral view of LPHC an excessive forward lean is observed in the overhead squat assessment, what are the likely underactive muscles
    • anterior tibialis
    • gluteus maximus
    • erector spinae
  10. In the lateral view of LPHC an excessive forward lean is observed in the overhead squat assessment, what are the likely overactive muscles
    • soleus
    • gastrocnemius
    • hip flexor complex
    • abdominal complex
  11. In the lateral view of LPHC an excessive forward lean is observed in the overhead squat assessment, what are foam roll and static stretch techniques
    • hip flexor complex
    • piriformis
  12. In the lateral view of LPHC an excessive forward lean is observed in the overhead squat assessment, what is a strengthening exercises
    Ball squats
  13. In the lateral view of LPHC the low back arches in the overhead squat assessment, what are likely underactive muscles
    • gluteus maximus
    • hamstrings
    • intrinsic core stabilizers(transverse abdominus, multifidus, transversospinalis, internal oblique, pelvic floor muscles)
  14. In the lateral view of LPHC the low back arches in the overhead squat assessment, what are likely overactive muscles
    • hip flexor complex
    • erector spinae
    • latissimus dorsi
  15. In the lateral view of LPHC the low back arches in the overhead squat assessment, what example of foam roll and static stretches
    • hip flexor complex
    • lattisimus dorsi
    • erector spinae
  16. In the lateral view of the upper body the arms fall forward during the overhead squat assessment, what are the likely overactive muscles
    • lattisimus dorsi
    • teres major
    • pectoralis major/minor
  17. In the lateral view of the upper body the arms fall forward during the overhead squat assessment, what are the likely underactive muscles
    • mid/lower trapezius
    • rhomboids
    • rotator cuff
  18. In the lateral view of the upper body the arms fall forward during the overhead squat assessment, what are examples of static stretches or foam roll technique
    • Latissimus dorsi
    • thoracic spine
  19. In the lateral view of the upper body the arms fall forward during the overhead squat assessment, what are examples of strengthening exercises
    squat to row
  20. Shoulders elevate during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are the likely overactive muscles
    • upper trapezius/scalenes
    • Levator Scapulae
  21. Shoulders elevate during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are the likely underactive muscles
    • mid/lower trapezius
    • rhomboids
    • rotator cuff
  22. Shoulders elevate during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are examples of static stretches or foam roll techniques
    upper trapezius/scalene
  23. Shoulders elevate during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are examples of strengthening exercises
    ball cobra
  24. Forward head is observed during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are likely overactive muscles
    • upper trapezius/scalenes
    • Levator scapulae
  25. Forward head is observed during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are likely underactive muscles
    deep cervical flexors
  26. Forward head is observed during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are static stretches or foam roll techniques
    Upper trapezius/Scalene
  27. Forward head is observed during a pushing/pulling assessment, what are strengthening exercises
    Keep head in neutral position during all exercises
  28. vastus medialis
  29. vastus lateralis
  30. popliteus
  31. calf muscles
  32. Davies test assesess
    • upper extremity stability
    • may not be suitable for individuals that lack shoulder stability
  33. shark skill test assesses
    overall atheletic ability
  34. Lower and Upper extremity strength are advanced assessments that estimate
    one rep max
  35. Assesses dynamic flexibility and integrated total body strength
    Overhead squat
  36. Assesses ankle proprioception, core strength, and hip joint stability
    single leg squat
  37. assesses upper extrememity neuromuscular efficiency
    pushing pulling assessment
  38. Describe steps in Davies Test
    • Place two pieces of tape on floor 36 in apart
    • client assumes push up position with one hand on each piece of tape
    • client quickly moves right hand to touch left and vice versa for 15 sec
    • repeat for 3 trials
    • record # of lines touched by each hand
  39. Describe steps in Shark Skill test
    • Client in center of grid hands on hips and on one leg
    • hop to each box always in instructed pattern, back to center each time
    • perform practice run on each leg
    • perform test twice with each foot
    • record time
    • add 0.10 sec to time for each fault (non hopping leg hits ground, hands off hips, foot in wrong square, foot doesn't return to center)
  40. Steps of upper and lower extremity strength tests
    • Client warms up with light resistance easily performed for 8-10 reps
    • take 1 min rest
    • add 10 to 20 lbs or 5-10% of body weight and perform 3-5 reps
    • take 2 min rest
    • repeat until failure
    • use one-rep max chart to calc one rep max

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