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March Fracture

Stress fracture to 2nd metatarsal

Bunion

Hallux valgus deformity of great toe

Blister

Results from shearing forces on the skin

Morton's toe

Characterized by a short first metatarsal

Pump bump

Retrocalcaneal bursitis

Plantar fasciitis

Characterized by pain over the medial heel

Soft corn

Usually forms between the fourth and fifth toes

Turf Toe

Sprain of the metatasophalangeal joint of great toe

4 arches of foot

-metatarsal arch


-transversal arch


-medial longitudinal


-lateral longitudinal

Best ways to prevent foot injuries

appropriate footwear



Types of non-yeilding surfaces

-road


-cements


-turf

Pulse on top of the foot?

Dorsalis Pedis

Degree of knee when palpating

90 degrees

ACL stands for...

anterior cruciate ligament

Valgus stress test for...

MCL

Injury to PCL is also called...

Dashboard injury/knee

Jumper's Knee is known as...

Patellar Tendonitis

Chondromalacia

Runner's knee

Iliotibial band syndrome

May be due to abnormal patellar tracking

MCL Sprain

Valgus force

Osgood Schlatter disease

Apophysitis of tibial tubercle

LCL sprain

Varus force

Hamstrings___the knee

flex

Quadriceps___the knee

extend

ACL Tests

-Lachman

MCL test

Valgus Test



LCL Test


Varus Test

PCL test

Posterior Drawer Test

Meniscus Test

-Appley's Compression


-McMurry's


-Thesolis

Amenorrhea

lack of menstrual cycle for 3+ months

What is significantly low body weight?

weight 15% to 20% below that normal for their age and height group

Characteristics of Anorexia Nervosa

refusal to maintain a healthy body weight.


an intense fear of gaining weight.


a distorted body image.



Characteristic of Bulimia Nervosa

-Being preoccupied with your body shape and weight.


-Living in fear of gaining weight.


-Feeling that you can't control your eating behavior.


-Eating until the point of discomfort or pain.


-Eating much more food in a binge episode than in a normal meal or snack.

Characteristics of EDNOS

May be same as other 3, but aren't diagnosed with it

Binge Eating Characteristics

-Frequent episodes of uncontrollable binge eating.


-Feeling extremely distressed or upset during or after bingeing.

What does FITT stand for?

frequency, intensity, time, and type

5 Characteristics of physical fitness

Muscular Strength


Muscular Endurance


Cardiovascular Endurance


Flexibility


Body Fat Composition

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