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what plane and WNL degree is the angle of inclination
Whats WNL for angle of torsion
PT shows trendelenburg and upon bilateral WB it doesn't go away. Whats a likely reason for this
What hip and lumbar positions are seen with APT
- hip flexion
- spine extension (lordosis)
If R hip is lowered is R leg in abd or add
with a pelvic drop to the left what side of the lumbar spine would you see a concavity
common muscle causing superior pelvic tilt on same side? on opposite side?
- same side QL
- opposite side reverse action of glute med
weak abd can cause what at the knee?
with weak abductors and hip extensors what pronation controlling motion is over worked? Which muscle condition can develop?
ERs over work and piriformis syndrome can occur
what structural condition at the hip leads to a longer leg?
to initiate gait pt lurches fwd from static standing what muscle weakness has caused a fwd trunk lean to initiate movement
hip flexors are weak so in order to initiate forward progress pt leans COG over BOS
a shorter stride, increased lumbar lordosis, or forward trunk lean is an indication of what limitation at the hip
lack of hip flexion ROM (tight hip extensors or capsular restriction)
patient performs posterior trunk shift upon foot contact what weakness or lack of ROM is causing this at the hip
weak or tight hip extensors
Most widely performed intervention for severe hip OA
younger or older adults receive cementless THA and why
- younger more active
- cemented can loosen with high activity
how soon s/p can a THA wb as tol
minimal amount of hip extension needed for gait
whats WNL position for craig's test
patrick/fabre indicates what
- hip patho on leg put into flexion/ER
- SI problem with overpressure on contra hip
ober test is for
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