CHS 371- Exam 2 (FAI)

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CHS 371- Exam 2 (FAI)
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FAI
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  1. CAM
    large neck

    not a lot of range of motion
  2. Pincer
    acetabulum is overgrown
  3. Osteoarthritis
    wearing away of cartilage
  4. Arthritis
    can be cause by less range of motion in the joint

    also wear and tear
  5. Impingement
    to collide or strike

    to enroach; trespass
  6. Hips with FAI have a decrease in
    • flexion
    • internal rotation
    • abduction
  7. Typical patient
    • anterior groin pain
    • limited hip flexion and internal rotation
    • positive FAI test
    • pain with:
    • sitting
    • bending
    • twisting
  8. Different diagnosis other than FAI
    • Avascular neucrosis
    • slipped capital femoral epiphysis
    • labral tear
    • hemia
    • adductor strian
    • psoas major
    • hip fracture
    • femoral nerve entrapment
    • stress fracture
    • osteoarthritis
    • cancer
  9. Runners
    • common FAI
    • weak gluteus medius
    • not much range of motion in running
    • External rotation is weak
  10. Soccer players
    • less FAI
    • more range of motion
  11. Arthroscopic Surgery
    • improving techniques
    • less invasive
  12. Average improvement of internal rotation
    • 5*
    • 8*
    • 15*
    • for mixed impngement
  13. Treatment day 1
    • pain 9/10
    • hip extension preferred
    • increased hip extension 5 to 20
    • increased internal rotation 15 to 30
    • increased flexion 105-115
    • sitting education
    • less pain with FAI and sitting
  14. Treatment day 2
    • pain down to 4/10
    • hip extension stretch
    • grade II mobilization
    • genetic cycling (synovial flush)
    • motion
  15. treatment 3-4 (week 2)
    • pain down 3/10
    • introduce hip mobilization grade III-IV
    • full ROM in all directions

    • visits 5-10
    • fill rom and dynamic muscular control
  16. Motion
    • Hip extension to full
    • hip external rotation
    • later internal rotation
    • and flexion

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