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LABORATORY PRACTICE: Range of Motion Worksheet

Motion Upper Extremity Shoulder flexion Shoulder hyperextension Shoulder abduction Shoulder adduction Shoulder IR Shoulder ER Shoulder horiz. abd/ext. Shoulder horiz. add/flex. Scapular elevation Scapular depression Scapular protraction Scapular retraction Elbow flexion Elbow extension Forearm pronation Forearm supination Wrist flexion Wrist extension Wrist radial deviation Wrist ulnar deviation Finger & thumb flex/ext. Finger & thumb abd/add. Patient and Therapist Position Hand Placement PROM Teach Pt. AROM Teach Pt. Self-AAROM Initial to Check Off

Motion Lower Extremity Hip flexion/knee flexion Hip extension Hip abduction Hip adduction Hip IR Hip ER Knee flexion Ankle DF Ankle PF Ankle inversion Ankle eversion Supination Pronation Toe flexion Toe extension Spine Cervical flexion Cervical extension Cervical side bending Cervical rotation Lumbar flexion Lumbar rotation

Patient and Therapist Position Hand Placement

PROM

Teach Pt. AROM

Teach Pt. Self-AAROM

Initial to Check Off

PROM, passive range of motion; AROM, active range of motion; AAROM, active assistive range of motion; IR, internal rotator; ER, external rotator; DF, dorsiflexors; PF, plantar flexors.

LABORATORY PRACTICE: Manual Stretching Worksheet


Motion Trying to Increase Upper Extremity Shoulder flexion Shoulder extension Shoulder abduction Shoulder adduction Shoulder IR Shoulder ER Shoulder horiz. abd. Shoulder horiz. add. Elbow flexion Elbow extension Forearm pronation Forearm supination Wrist flexion Wrist extension Wrist rad. deviation Wrist ulnar deviation Patient Position Therapist Hand Position Proximal Stabilization Muscle(s) Stretched? Initial to Check Off

MCP flex/ext. MCP abd/add. PIP and DIP flex/ext. Thumb flex/ext. abd/add. Lower Extremity Hip flexion (with knee flexed) Hip flexion (with knee extended) Hip extension (with knee extended) Hip extension (with knee flexed) Hip abduction Hip adduction Hip IR Hip ER Knee flexion Knee extension Ankle DF (with knee extended) Ankle DF (with knee flexed) Ankle PF Ankle inversion

Ankle eversion Toe flexion Toe extension Trunk Lumbar flexion Lumbar extension Lumbar-thoracic rotation Lumbar-thoracic side bending Cervical flexion Cervical extension Cervical rotation Cervical side bending

IR, internal rotator; ER, external rotator; MCP, metacarpophalangeal; PIP, proximal interphalangeal; DIP, distal interphalangeal; DF, dorsiflexors; PF, plantar flexors.

LABORATORY PRACTICE Chapter 4 Stretching for Impaired Mobility


Motion Trying Best Patient Position Muscles Being Stretched? to Increase (Prone, Supine, Side) Upper Extremity Shoulder flexion Shoulder extension Shoulder abduction Shoulder adduction Shoulder IR Shoulder ER Shoulder horiz. abd. Shoulder horiz. add. Elbow flexion Elbow extension Forearm pronation Forearm supination Wrist flexion Wrist extension Wrist rad. deviation Wrist ulnar deviation MCP flex/ext/abd/add PIP and DIP flex/ext Lower Extremity Hip flexion (with knee Flexed) Hip flexion (with knee Extended) Hip extension (with knee extended) Hip extension (with Knee flexed) Hip abduction Hip adduction Hip IR Hip ER Knee flexion Knee extension Ankle DF Ankle PF Ankle inversion Ankle eversion Toe flexion Toe extension IR, internal rotator; ER, external rotator; MCP, metacarpophalangeal; PIP, proximal interphalangeal; DIP, distal interphalangeal; DF, dorsiflexors; PF, plantar flexors.

LABORATORY PRACTICE Chapter 6 Resistance Exercise for Impaired Muscle Performance


Set up and safely apply exercises with elastic tubing or bands to strengthen major muscle groups of the upper and lower extremities. Include a dynamic open-chain, a dynamic closed-chain (if possible), and an isometric exercise for each muscle group. Target Muscle Group Upper Extremity Scapular elevators Scapular depressors Scapular protractors Scapular retractors Shoulder flexors Shoulder extensors Shoulder internal rotators Shoulder external rotators Shoulder abductors Shoulder adductors Shoulder horiz. abductors Shoulder horiz. adductors Elbow flexors Elbow extensors Forearm pronators Forearm supinators Wrist extensors Open-Chain Closed-Chain ISOM Exercise

Wrist flexors Wrist radial deviators Wrist ulnar deviators Finger and thumb flexors Finger and thumb extensors Lower Extremity Hip flexors Hip extensors Hip abductors Hip adductors Hip internal rotators Hip external rotators Knee flexors Knee extensors Ankle dorsiflexors Ankle plantar flexors Ankle evertors Ankle invertors Toe flexors Toe extensors

LABORATORY PRACTICE Chapter 8 Exercise for Impaired Balance


Practice performing treatment activities that you would use to train static, dynamic, anticipatory, reactive, and sensory integration aspects of balance control. Use Table 82 as a reference. Progress each of these activities to maximally challenge your patients balance. Category of Balance Intervention Static balance Beginning Balance Intervention How to Advance this Balance Activity

Dynamic balance

Anticipatory balance

Reactive balance

Sensory influences Visual cues

Sensory influences Proprioceptive cues

Sensory influences Vestibular cues (combined visual and proprioceptive cues)

LABORATORY PRACTICE Chapter 13 Peripheral Nerve Disorders and Management


Practice the nerve tension position for each of the following nerves. Name the position each body segment would be placed in for this position.

Upper Extremity Nerve Median nerve

Patient Cervical Position Spine

Girdle Shoulder Elbow Forearm Wrist Fingers and Thumb

Radial nerve

Ulnar nerve

Lower Extremity Nerve Sciatic nerve SLR

Patient Position

Lumbar Spine

Hip

Knee

Ankle

Sciatic nerve slump sitting Femoral nerve

SLR, straight leg raise.

LABORATORY PRACTICE Chapter 17 The Shoulder and Shoulder Girdle


Develop a progressive sequence of exercises to improve dynamic strength (openchain) and stability (closed-chain) of the glenohumeral and scapula muscles. Be sure to include repetitions and specific levels of resistance. Target Muscle Group Scapular stabilizers Early Dynamic Strengthening Exercise Advanced Strengthening Exercise Early Advanced Stabilization Stabilization Exercise Exercise

Shoulder flexors

Shoulder extensors

Shoulder abductors

Shoulder adductors

Shoulder internal rotators

Shoulder external rotators

Shoulder horizontal abductors

Shoulder horizontal adductors