ROM Hip, Knee, & Ankle

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LittJenjen1
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ROM Hip, Knee, & Ankle
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2012-03-28 23:21:01
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ROM of Hip, Knee and Ankle
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  1. Hip Internal Rotation
    &
    what is the end feel?
    45 degrees

    Firm end feel
  2. Hip Felxion
    &
    End feel?
    • 125 degree
    • &
    • Soft end feel
  3. Hip ADDuction
    &
    End feel?
    • 30 degree
    • &
    • Soft or firm end feel
  4. Hip ABduction
    &
    End feel
    • 45 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  5. Hip Extension
    &
    End Feel
    • 30 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  6. Hip flexion WITH KNEE extended
    &
    End feel?
    • 90 degree
    • &
    • firm end feel
  7. Hip External Rotation
    &
    End feel?
    • 45 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  8. Knee Flexion (Supine)
    &
    End feel
    • 135 degree
    • &
    • Soft End feel
  9. Knee Flexion ( Prone with feet off the table)
    &
    end feel?
    • 125 degree
    • &
    • Soft end feel
  10. Knee Extension
    &
    End Feel
    • 0 degree (or pt may have hyperextension)
    • &
    • hard end feel
  11. Ankle Doriflexion
    &
    End feel?
    • 20 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  12. Ankle Plantar Flexion
    &
    End Feel?
    • 50 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  13. Ankle Inversion
    &
    End Feel?
    • 35 degree
    • &
    • Firm end feel
  14. Ankle Eversion
    &
    End feel?
    • 20 degree
    • &
    • HARD end feel
  15. What position should the pt be in Ankle Dorsi Flexion
    Sitting with knee flex to 90 degree (towel under)
  16. Axis is on the Lateral side on greater trochanter
    Moving Arm on midline of femur
    Stationary Arm midline to thorax
    What ROM is this?
    Hip Flexion
  17. Axis on Petella
    Moving Arm on Tibal Crest
    stationary Arm is Parallel/ Perpendicular to floor
    What ROM is this?
    • Hip External Rotation
    • or
    • Internal Rotation
  18. When doing Hip Abduction or Adduction where is my

    Axis?
    Moving Arm?
    Stationary Arm?
    Axis: ASIS

    Moving Arm: Midline of femur

    Stationary Arm: ASIS of the NON involved of other leg
  19. What is the proper way to do knee flexion?
    Pt prone with feet off the table
  20. Axis on the Mid point between malleoli

    Moving Arm on parallel to 5th metatarsal

    Stationary arm on Midline of the fibula
    What ROM is this?
    • Dorsi Flexion
    • Or
    • Plantar Flexion

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