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weak Serratus Anterior=
scapular retraction & possible winging
NOT protraction & upward rotation
Treatment for weak rotator cuff
manual resistance exercises for supraspinatus and infraspinatus
what resists valgus forces at the knee in 20-30 deg flexion?
what resists valgus forces at the knee in <20 deg flexion?
boney congruency of the knee and cruciate ligaments
what resists valgus forces at the knee in >30 deg flexion?
a complete loss of pain sensibility
global term referring to loss of sensation
pain produced by a non-noxious stimulus (like light touch)
Movement skills that can be performed in a variable, changing environment
open motor skills
skills that must comply with timing demands from the environment
externally paced skills
Movement skills that can be performed in a stable, non-changing environment
closed motor skills
movements that combine a series of discrete elements, with a specific order of elements
movement skills that appear to have no recognizable beginning or inherent beginning and end
difficulty eating, facial edema,exophathalmos
heat intolerance, nervousness, weight loss, muscle weakness, fatigue, tremor, and palpitations.
CHronic autoimmune thyroiditis (hashimoto's dx)
hypothyroidism; muscle weakness and fatigue,
Fibromyangia pt's can develop hypothyroidism
overactivity of the parathyroid glands; leads to elevated serum calcium levels (hypercalcemia, increased bone absorption, hypercalciuria)
decreased serum phosphate levels
metabolic syndrome (pre diabetic state)
central obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia
its may develop hypertension, reactive hypoglycemia in response to exercise.
Hypoglycemia sx: diff. concentrating, speaking
Flexion, ABduction, Ext Rot, Extension test, pain at END RANGE= + for SI dysfunction. Pain at MID RANGE= suggests hip joint pathology
because it gaps and compresses the joint