Goniometry

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prestoncas
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Goniometry
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2012-10-07 00:03:54
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Fall 2012 Goniometry 1
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  1. Shoulder Flexion
    (glenohumoral)
    • Fulcrum: Greater tubercle
    • Proximal Arm: mid-axillary line of the thorax
    • Distal arm: lateral midline of the humerus/lateral epicondile
    • Position: supine, hand in neutral
    • End feel: with scapula stabalized, feel for scapular movement
  2. Shoulder Flexion
    (complex)
    • Fulcrum: Greater Tubercle
    • Proximal Arm: mid-axillary line of the thorax
    • Diatal Arm: lateral midline of the humerus/lateral epicondyle
    • Position: supine, hand in neutral
    • End Feel: with hand on rib cage, feel for spine movement
  3. Shoulder Extension
    (glenohumeral)
    • Fulcrum: lateral aspect of the Greater tubercle
    • Proximal Arm: mid-axillary line of the thorax
    • Distal Arm: lateral epicondyle
    • Position: prone
    • End Feel: with hand on top of inferior angle, feel for scapular movement
  4. Shoulder Extension
    (complex)
    • Fulcrum: lateral aspect of the Greater tubercle
    • Proximal Arm: mid-axillary line of the thorax
    • Distal Arm: lateral epicondyle
    • Position: prone, hand in neutral
    • End Feel: with hand on rib cage, feel for spine movement
  5. Shoulder Abduction
    (glenohumeral)
    • Fulcrum: Anterior aspect of acromial process
    • Proximal Arm: paralell to midline of sternum
    • Distal Arm: anterior midline of humerus/medial epicondyle
    • Position: anatomical
    • End Feel: hand on scapula, movement of scapula
  6. Shoulder Abduction
    (complex)
    • Fulcrum: Anterior aspect of acromial process
    • Proximal Arm: paralell to midline of sternum
    • Distal Arm: anterior midline of humerus/medial epicondyle
    • Position: anatomical
    • End Feel: hand on ribcage, feel for spine movement
  7. Internal Rotation
    (glenohumeral)
    • Fulcrum: Olecranon Process
    • Proximal Arm: perpindicular to floor
    • Distal Arm: Ulnar styloid
    • Position: humerus perp to body, towel to keep humerus paralell to floor, elbow at 90
    • End Feel: hand on top of shoulder, feel for scapular movement
  8. Internal Rotation
    (complex)
    • Fulcrum: Olecranon Process
    • Proximal Arm: perpindicular to floor
    • Distal Arm: Ulnar styloid
    • Position: humerus perp to body, towel to keep humerus paralell to floor, elbow at 90
    • End Feel: spine/rib cage movement
  9. External Rotation
    (glenohumeral)
    • Fulcrum: Olecranon Process
    • Proximal Arm: perpindicular to floor
    • Distal Arm: Ulnar styloid
    • Position: humerus perp to body, towel to keep humerus paralell to floor, elbow at 90
    • End Feel: hand on scapular spine, feel for scapular movement
  10. External Rotation
    (complex)
    • Fulcrum: Olecranon Process
    • Proximal Arm: perpindicular to floor
    • Distal Arm: Ulnar styloid
    • Position: humerus perp to body, towel to keep humerus paralell to floor, elbow at 90
    • End Feel: spine/rib movement

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