Inversion & Aversion – Test 1

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Inversion & Aversion – Test 1

The key terms in these Tests include, Inversion, Aversion.


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 a WB gastric muscle length test?

Standing with knee in extension


In what position is the pt for hip extension ROM?

Prone, with knees extended throughout full range


What does the Thomas test evaluate?

The length of the hip flexors


If the measurement for a SLR test is between 68-80 degrees, the test is ___

Negative (normal)


In what position is the pt for a SLR test?

Supine with knees extended


What does the SLR test evaluate?

The length of hip extensors


In what position is the pt for hip flexion ROM?

Supine


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 a NWB gastric muscle length test?

Supine with knee extended, foot off edge of table


In what position is the pt for knee extension ROM?

Supine with a towel roll under ankle — leg cannot touch the surface


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 tarsal inversion/eversion ROM?

Sitting with knee flexed to 90 and lower leg over the edge of the table


If the thigh reaches the table in a KB Thomas test, it is ___

Negative

In what position is the pt for tarsal inversion/eversion ROM?

Sitting with knee flexed to 90 and lower leg over the edge of the table


In what position is the pt for hip flexion ROM?

Supine


In what position is the pt for hip extension ROM?

Prone, with knees extended throughout full range


The alternate testing position for hip extension ROM is ___

Sidelying


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

Supine


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