Abduction & Adduction – LE Test 5

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Abduction & Adduction – LE Test 5

The key terms of LE Test 5 include, Abduction and Adduction.


In what position is the pt for hip flexion ROM?

Supine


In what position is the pt for hip abduction/adduction ROM?

Supine


If the SLR test is positive and you retest with knee in flexion and hip flexion still does not increase, it can be concluded that ___

The glute max or inert joint structures are causing the restriction (one-joint)


If the SLR test is positive and you retest with knee in flexion and the hip flexion increases, it can be concluded that ___

The hamstrings are causing the restriction (two-joint)


If the knee can be flexed to 90 or more degrees during an Ely test, it is ___

Negative and the RF is normal length


What does the DHL / PKE / PA evaluate?

Length of distal hamstrings


If the thigh does not reach the table in a KB Thomas test, it is ___

Positive

If you find a positive thomas test and then test with the knee extended and the thigh reaches the table (negative test), it can be concluded that ___

The rectus femoris is short


What is the difference in ober and modified Ober?

Modified ober holds the knee in extension (rather than flexion) to reduce strain on the medial knee and reduce influence from a tight rectus femoris


In what position is the pt for a modified Ober test?

Sidelying with testing hip uppermost; lowermost LE in full hip/knee flexion; uppermost knee remains in extension throughout ROM


What is the alternate testing position for tarsal inversion/eversion ROM?

Supine with foot off edge of table


In what position is the pt for subtalar inversion/aversion?

Prone with foot off edge of table, hip and knee in 0 degrees extension


In what position is the pt for hip flexion ROM?

Supine


In what position is the pt for hip abduction/adduction ROM?

Supine


If the SLR test is positive and you retest with knee in flexion and hip flexion still does not increase, it can be concluded that ___

The glute max or inert joint structures are causing the restriction (one-joint)


If the SLR test is positive and you retest with knee in flexion and the hip flexion increases, it can be concluded that ___

The hamstrings are causing the restriction (two-joint)


If the knee can be flexed to 90 or more degrees during an Ely test, it is ___

Negative and the RF is normal length

What does the DHL / PKE / PA evaluate?

Length of distal hamstrings


If the thigh does not reach the table in a KB Thomas test, it is ___

Positive


If you find a positive thomas test and then test with the knee extended and the thigh reaches the table (negative test), it can be concluded that ___

The rectus femoris is short


What is the difference in ober and modified Ober?

Modified ober holds the knee in extension (rather than flexion) to reduce strain on the medial knee and reduce influence from a tight rectus femoris


In what position is the pt for a modified Ober test?

Sidelying with testing hip uppermost; lowermost LE in full hip/knee flexion; uppermost knee remains in extension throughout ROM


What is the alternate testing position for tarsal inversion/eversion ROM?

Supine with foot off edge of table


In what position is the pt for subtalar inversion/aversion?

Prone with foot off edge of table, hip and knee in 0 degrees extension


If the knee can be flexed to 90 or more degrees during an Ely test, it is ___

Negative and the RF is normal length


In what position is the pt for a modified Ober test?

Sidelying with testing hip uppermost; lowermost LE in full hip/knee flexion; uppermost knee remains in extension throughout ROM


In what position is the pt for hip flexion ROM?

Supine


In what position is the pt for hip abduction/adduction ROM?

Supine


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