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    Esmg Signals

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    area. The long head origin is just above the should joint, it is at the supraglenoid tubercle. The insertion of the long head is at the radial tuberosity. The short head of each bicep brachii originates at the top of the scapula, at the coracoid process. The bicipital aponeurosis to the fascia on the medial side of the forearm is the insertion for the short head. The biceps brachii helps to control the action of two different joints, the shoulder and elbow therefore it is a bi-articular muscle. It causes flexion at both the elbow and shoulder and forearm supination. Its flexion at the elbow is essential for the lifting of the forearm, we can see this by reflecting back to our results where the flexion raw results had the highest mean value. We also know that supination occurs because where they insert on the radius (biceps tuberosity) more so the EMG results back it up however the muscle is much less involved in the supination compared to the flexion. In our results we can see that pronation does occur but only slightly, due to the fact muscles in the forearm (pronator teres and pronator quadrates) work together to achieve pronation, this makes the bicep brachii much less…

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    Which Way Do You Roll? Understanding Pronation and Supination If you have frequent problems with your feet, especially if you're a runner, you may want to see a podiatrist for a gait evaluation. It's possible your feet roll to one side or the other, and this can lead to several different foot ailments. If your foot rolls to the inside the condition is called overpronation. If it rolls to the outside, it is called oversupination. Here is a look at how these two gait abnormalities differ and how…

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    OT Interventions

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    Identify 2 patients on your current caseload. - List their diagnosis and age- List the pt's general goals- List the OT goals. Identify at least 3 interventions you will complete with each patient to help them achieve their goals and their OT goals. Cite one book/journal to support your intervention for that diagnosis or deficit. Below are two patients that I am currently co-treating. I do not currently have my own patients that I am independently treating. Patient #1 Diagnosis- Amputated 2nd…

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    Subtalar Joint Position

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    In this article, different subtalar joint positioning during gastrocnemius stretching was investigated to conclude wether or not the position of the subtalar joint had significant effect on dorsiflexion ROM. . Patients with ankle oversee injuries, and patients with limited dorsiflexion ROM, are often prescribed stretches for the gastrocnemius calf muscle as part of their rehab program. (JAT, NATA). The idea behind this is that the tight calf muscles may have an negative effect on reaching…

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    Power to perform a stratified analysis for the relevant analyses was too low. The other 23 tests were evaluated in too few studies (1 to 4) to estimate all 5 parameters needed to fit the analysis model. Scaphoid tubercle tenderness (STT) showed reasonably consistent and high sensitivities in 4 papers studying 879 patients, with a range of 0.82 to 1.00. This was also noticed for painful ulnar deviation (PUD) in 4 papers studying 394 patients where sensitivity ranged from 0.67 to 1.00. Rhemrev et…

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    Summary: A Case Study

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    He already seeks out his work ergonomics team – changing his regular mouse to a ”roller” mouse, changing his workstation, keyboard height, etc. He denies any numbness or tingling sensation on the R UE. Patient goal is to be pain-free and be able to use his R hand without discomfort. The evaluation showed that he have R lateral elbow pain with Cozens test (resisted wrist extension with radial deviation) and with resisted forearm supination, and resisted ulnar deviation motion. No significant pain…

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    There are six fundamental movements or primary movements which occur where the joints are located between the body segments. These movements are flexion (frontal plane, and shoulder) extension, abduction, adduction, rotation, and circumduction. As explained in our text, flexion is a decrease in the angle between two body segments, whereas extension is an increase in the angle between two body segments. Abduction is a movement away from the body, whereas adduction is a movement toward the…

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    Hand Pain Case Summary

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    avoided exercising/recreation during the past month due to pain. Treatments tried include surgery and PT, both with moderate relief. Review of systems is positive for blurred vision, ringing in the ears, sinus problems, chest pain, swelling of feet and ankles, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, constipation, nausea, anemia, difficulty walking, joint pain, muscle aches/cramps/weakness, dizziness or light headedness, frequent headaches, memory loss, poor balance, tingling, depression, excessive…

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    A 42-year-old male is admitted to the ICU for septic shock and hypotension. Vital signs include heart rate of 115 beats/min, respiratory rate 22 breaths/min, blood pressure of 82/40 mmHg, and oxygen saturation of 88% on 2L nasal cannula. A vasopressor is needed to address this patient’s hypotension. Prior to placement of an arterial line at the radial artery, which of the following describes the most appropriate diagnostic test? A. Instruct the patient to flex the elbow to 90 degrees while the…

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    Patient is a 54-year-old female assembler who sustained a right elbow injury on 8/16/2011 due to repetitive use of torque wrench. Patient has multiple diagnosis which includes complex regional pain syndrome I of upper limb, bilateral; Carpal tunnel syndrome, left upper limb; carpal tunnel syndrome, right upper limb; and Lateral epicondylitis, unspecified elbow. Per medical report dated 5/9/2016, patient presents with primary complaints of right upper extremity pain and right middle finger pain.…

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