Clin3 Elbow

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barbostick
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99516
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Clin3 Elbow
Updated:
2011-09-02 17:30:13
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Soma Clin Clin3 elbow
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Review for Clin3 midterm
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  1. AROM- elbow flexion
    150
  2. AROM- elbow extension
    • 0
    • (straightened arm)
  3. AROM- elbow supination and pronation (both)
    80
  4. Elbow flexion end-feel
    Soft tissue (approx)
  5. PROM Elbow extension end-feel
    bone on bone
  6. PROM elbow pronation and supination end-feel
    soft tissue stretch
  7. MRT elbow flexion- muscles being tested
    • Brachialis
    • Biceps
    • Brachioradialis
    • Pronator Teres
  8. MRT elbow extension- muscles being tested
    Triceps
  9. MRT elbow supination- muscles being tested
    • Biceps
    • Supinator
  10. MRT elbow pronation- muscles being tested
    Pronator teres
  11. Ligamentous stability test
    • Tests for radial and ulnar collateral ligament stability.
    • Test if client complains of sharp local pain medial or lateral elbow, hypermobility, instability. Ct. heard audible "pop" if injury occured.
    • Therapist supports medial elbow, produces varus stress on the joint (stresses RCL); Supports lateral elbow, produces valgus stress on the joint (stresses UCL)
    • Positive test if gapping is apparent, excessive joint play, possible pain at ligament site.
  12. Mill's Test
    • Tests for Lateral epicondylitis
    • Test if sharp local pain at common extensor tendon, overuse.
    • Therapist produces excessive flexion at the wrist.
    • Positive test if increase in pain at the lateral epicondyle (common extensor tendon)
  13. Reverse Mill's Test
    • Tests for medial epicondylitis
    • Test if sharp local pain at common flexor tendon, overuse.
    • Therapist produces excessive extension at the wrist.
    • Positive test if increase in pain at the medial epicondyle (common flexor tendon)
  14. Tennis Elbow Test
    • Tests for lateral epicondylitis
    • Test if sharp local pain at common extensor tendon, overuse.
    • Therapist wraps one hand around the client's elbow so the thumb is pressing on the extensor tendons just distal to the lateral epicondyle of the humerus,the other hand grasps the client's and uses it to resist the client's wrist asthe client moves into extension. (resisted wrist extension)
    • Positive test if pain at the lateral epicondyle, loss of strength
  15. Golfer's Elbow Test
    • Tests for medial epicondylitis
    • Test if sharp local pain at common flexor tendon, overuse.
    • Therapist grasps the client's elbow so that the thumb is pressing on the flexor tendons just distal to their attachment site at the medial epicondyle, theother hand is used to offer resistance as the client moves their wrist into flexion.
    • Positive test if pain at the medial epicondyle, loss of strength.

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