quiz #2 – rehabilitation of various shoulder conditions

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quiz #2 – rehabilitation of various shoulder conditions
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2011-02-16 11:27:34
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  1. what is the general course of action for many shoulder conditions
    • education/modify activity
    • posture
    • address tight soft tissues
    • modalities using palpation positions
    • mobilize posterior and inferior capsule
    • core rotator cuff exercises
    • scapular stabilizers
    • functional activities
  2. primary impingement syndrome is usually caused by
    • wear and tear
    • repetitive movement patterns
    • poor mechanics/posture over time
  3. what is the soft tissue that needs to be addressed when treating primary impingement syndrome
    • all muscles that attach to the scapula and promotes downward rotation and protraction the glenohumeral joint
    • upper trapezius
    • Levator scapula
    • rhomboids
    • pectoralis minor
  4. in the picture what muscle is being stretched for primary impingement syndrome
    upper trap stretch
  5. in the picture what muscles is being stretched for primary impingement syndrome
    levator scapula stretch
  6. in the picture what muscles being stretched for primary impingement syndrome and when would you use this kind of stretch
    • levator scapula stretch
    • this is a more aggressive type of stretch, therefore you would need to use it later on in the treatment process
  7. what muscle is being stretched for primary impingement syndrome in this picture
    pectoralis minor
  8. what kind of joint mobilization is being used in this picture for primary impingement syndrome
    posterior capsule mobilization
  9. what kind of joint mobilization is being used in this picture for primary impingement syndrome
    inferior capsule mobilization
  10. sidelying external rotation exercises what muscle
    • infraspinatus
    • The towel can help promote blood flow and help with reciprocal inhibition
  11. prone extension with the external rotation is an exercise for what muscle
    teres minor
  12. standing or sidelying internal rotation is in exercise for what musclea
    supraspinatus
  13. prone scaption is in exercise for what muscles
    • supraspinatus
    • Lower trap
  14. prone external rotation and 90° is in exercise for what muscle
    infraspinatus

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