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Have been awarded a degree from an OT ed program accredited by the Accrediation Council for OT (ACOTE)
Requirements for OT
Have successfully completed the appropriate therapist-level of qualified field work experience required by the education program
Requirements for OT
Have attested tounderstanding and adhering to the NBCOT Candidate/Certificant Code of Conduct
Requirements for OT
Pass NBCOT's national OTR exam
Requirements for OT
Have been awarded a degree from an OT ed. program accredited by ACOTE
Cota requirements
Have successfully completed the appropriate therapist-level of qualified fieldwork required by the educational program
Cota requirements
Have attested to understanding and adhering to the NBCOT Code of Conduct
Cota requirements
Pass NBCOT's national COTA certification exam.
Cota requirements
Registered Occupational Therapist
what does OTR stand for
1st yr entry level all is co-signed 2nd yr every 4-6 weeks all is co-signed 3rd year advanced practitioner (6mo signed)4th yr on site check up annually exam CHP
How do COTA's move up?
4 years in one specific location doing a specialized area like hands can take an Advanced Practitioners Exam
Specialized COTA's
have to have a Referral then can help with evals and screening collect data contribute to intervention plan prioritize information
What can OTA's do?
Role based/ performance based
Priority of OT intervention
Each state has them for thier PT's and PTS's
What are practice acts?
American Physical Therapy Association
What is APTA
PROTRACTION
HAPPENS AT THE JAW, HEAD, SCAPULA,
LINEAR MOVEMENT AWAY FROM THE MID LINE ON TRANSVERSE PLANE
RETRACTION
TOWARD THE MIDLINE PAST NUTREUL CAN NOT DO THIS WITH YOUR JAW
MEDIAL
LOCATION OR POSITION TOWARD MID LINE
LATERIAL
LOCATION OR POSITION AWAY FROM MID LINE
CRANIAL
CLOSER TO THE HEAD
POSITION OR LOCATION
CAUDAL
CLOSER TO THE TAIL OR THE FEET
PROXIMAL
TOWARD THE TRUNK
DISTAL
AWAY FROM THE TRUNK
SAGITTAL
IMAIGINARY LINE DIVIDS THE LEFT FROM THE RIGHT
SAGITTAL MOTION
FEET DOSIFLEXION PLANTARFLEXION
SHOULDER FLEXION AND EXTENTION
FRONTAL
DIVIDS THE BODY INTO FRONT AND BACK
FRONTAL MOTION
ABDUCTION, ADDUCTION
KELLY ON THE FLOOR
TRANSVERSE PLANE
DIVID THE BODY INTO TOP AND BOTTOM
TRANSVERSE PLANE
ROTATION LIKE HEAD
PROTRACTION AND RETRACTION AND only HORIZONTAL ADD AND ADB
ARTICULATIONS
JOINTS
THE PURPOSE OF JOINTS
MOVEMENTS
3 CLASSIFICATIONS OF JOINTS
FIBEROUS
CARTILAGENOUS
SYNOVIAL
FIBEROUS MOVEMENT
ALMOST NONE THE SUTURES AND THE TEETH IN THE JAW
CATILAGENOUS
SAMLL AMOUNT OF MOVEMENT
SYNOVIAL JOINTS
HAS FLUID IENCLOSED IN JOINT CAPSULE
BALL AND SOCKET
MOVEMENT: IS ROTATION
HIP AND SHOULDER
3 DEGREES OF FREEMENT
CONDYLOID
WRIST KNOCKLES
SHALLOW BALL AND SOCKET
MOVEMENT: ROTATION
2 DEGREES OF FREEDOM
HINGE
KNEE AND ELBOW AND FINGER AND TOES
1 DEGREE OF FREEDOM
SADDLE
THUMB
2 DEGREES OF FREEDOM
PIVOT
RADIUS AND ULNA C1 C2 1 DEGREE OF FREEDOM
IRREGULAR
CARPALS OR TARSAL GLIDING ON A PLANE ZERO DEGREES OF FREEDOM
MUSCLE FIBER ARRANGEMENT CLASSIFICATIONS
PARALLEL AND OBLIQUE
PARALLEL FIBER ARRANGEMENTS
STARTS AT ONE OF THE MUSCLE AND RUNS ALL THE AWAY TO THE OTHER END OF THE MUSCLE
STRAP
LOOKS LIKE A BELT LONG AND SKINNY
FUSIFORM
WIDER IN THE MIDDLE SKINNY ON THE ENDS
RHOMBOIDAL
PUSHED OVER RECTANGLE
TRIANGULAR
BROAD BEGINNING PINCHES TOGETHER AT THE END
OBLIQUE / PENNIFORM
FEATHER LIKE
UNIPENNATE
LIKE HALF OF A FEATHER
BIPENNATE
LIKE A WHOLE FEATHER BOTH SIDES
MULTIPENNATE
MULTI FEATHERS THAT FAN OUT FROM THE QUILLS
BIOMECHANICAL PRINCLES
ARE DEFINE AS MECHANICAL LAWS
FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTIC OF MUSCLES
IRRITABILITY, IT RESPONDS TO STIMLU
CONTRACTILITY, TO CONTRACT OR SHORTEN
EXTENSIBILITY, TO STRETCH OR LENGTHEN
ELASTICITY RECOILING ABILITY AFTER A STRETCH TO COME BACK TO ITS RESTING LENGTH
TYPES OF MOVMENT AT JOINTS
ROTARY AND TRANSA LATORY /LINEARE
CONCENTRIC
CONTRACTS OR SHORTENS TO OVERCOME GRAVITY IT GOES UP TO OVER COME GRAVITY
ECCENTRIC
A LENGTHENING TO SLOW DOWN GRAVITY
ISOTONIC
CONTRACTION THAT CAUSE THE JOINT TO MOVE LIKE CONCENTRIC AND ECCENTRIC
ISOMETRIC
MUSCLES TIGHTEN UP BUT NO JOINT MOTIONS JUST MUSCLES ARE TIGHT
AGONIST
THE PRIME MOVER THE MUSCLE THAT DOES THE WORK
ANTAGONIST
THE MUSCLE THAT DOES THE OPPOSITE MOTION THAN THE AGONIST
SYNERGIST
AN ASSITANT OR HELPER WORKS TOGETHER WITH AGONIST
STABLIZER
AN ANCHOR MUSCLE MORE TOWARD THE TRUNK
OPEN KINETIC CHAIN
THE DISTAL END IS MOVING IN THE AIR
CLOSED KINETIC CHAIN
THE DISTAL END IS FIXED ON A SURFACE THAT DOES NOT MOVE AND THE OTHER END DOES THE MOVEMENT
REVERSAL OF MUSCLE ACTION
BRING THE PROXIMAL END TO THE DISTAL END OF THE MUSCLE
TARSALS
TALUS CALCANEUS NAVICULAR CUBOID AND THE 3 CUNEIFORMS
FORE FOOT
METATARSAL AND THE PHALANGES
BONY LANDMARKS FOR THE TIBIA
LARGEST BONE OF THE ANKLE MEDIAL MALLEOLUS IS THE END OF THE TIBIA
BONY LANDMARKS FOR THE FIBULA
SMALLER THAN THE TIBIA BONE OF THE ANKLE
LATERIAL MALLEOLUS IS THE END OF THE FIBULA
TALUS BONY LANDMARKS
A. DOME
B. NECK
C. HEAD
A. ROUNDED TOP UNDER TIBIA
B. WHERE BONE PINCHES IN
C. WHERE IT MEETS NAVICULAR
CALCANEUS
A. SUSTENTACULUM-TALI
A LEDGE THAT THE TALUS SITS ON THE CALCANEUS MEDIAL SIDE
CALCANEUS
B.PERONEAL TUBEROSITY
A SHARP SAMLL BUMP ON THE LATERAL SIDE OF THE FOOT ON THE CALCANEUS
CALCANEUS
C. MEDIAL/LATERIAL TUBERCLES
ON THE BOTTOM OF THE FOOT ON EITHER SIDE
NAVICULAR LANDMARK
A. NAVICULAR TUBERCLE
ON THE MEDIAL BUMP ON THE NAVCICULAR
TARSAL SINUS
ITS A HOLE IN VERY FRONT OF FOOT ON THE LATERIAL SIDE
CUBOID LANDMARK
THE GROOVE WITH A TENDON
METASARSALS
A. HEAD
B. SHAFT
C. BASE
D. STYLOID PROCESS OF THE 5TH MT
A. DISTAL AND ROUNDED
B. LONG MIDDLE
C. PROXIMAL END OF THE BONE
D. LATERIAL SIDE, THE POINT
ARTICULATIONS
TIBIA FIBULA
TALO CRURAL
INTERTARSALS
TARSAL
METATARSAL
INTERPHALANGEAL
ARTICULATION
TIBIA FIBULA
ARTICULATIONS
TYPE: FIBEROUS
VERY LITTLE MOVEMENT
ARTICULATION TALO-CRURAL
TALUS TIBIA
ARTICULATION
TYPE: SYNOVIAL HINGE
ONLY MOVEMENT IS UP AND DOWN
SUB-TALAR
TRANSVERSE TARSAL ARTICULATION
INTERTARSALS
GLIDING ONLY
SUB-TALAR
TALUS TO CALCANEUS
TYPE: SYNOVIAL GLIDING
MOVEMENT IS INVERSION AND EVERSION
TRANSVERE ARTICULATION
THE LINE UP TOGETHER CALCANEO CUBOID AND TALO NIVICULAR ARTICULATION
MOVEMENT: INVERSION ADN EVERSION KNIFE EDGE
TARSAL- METATARSAL
TYPE: SYNOVIAL GLIDING
MOVEMENT: INVERSION ADN EVERSION
METARSAL-PHALANGE MTP OR MP JOINT
TYPE: SYNOVIAL CONDYLOID
MOVEMENT: ADDUCT AND ABDUCT THE TOES
INTERPHALANGEAL OR IP
TYPE: SYNOVIAL HINGE
MOVEMENT: FLEX AND EXTEND
THE REASON FOR SO MANY JOINTS
THE MORE JOINTS THE MORE STABLITY
LIGAMENTS
A LENGTH OF CONNNECTIVE TISSUE JOINS BONE TO BONE
JOB: LIMIT MOTION
LIGAMENTS TIBIA-FIBULA
INFERIOR TIBIA FIBULA LIGAMENT
LATERAL SIDE OF ANKLE LIGAMENTS
ANTERIOR TALO FIBULA FRONT
CALCANEO FIBULAR UP AND DOWN
POSTERIOR TALO FIBULAR HORIZONTAL