Brunio Mars

Question Answer
The key purpose of orthopedic assessment for the massage and manual therapist is to_________________. Indicate which tissues are likely involved in the complaint
Which is the most accurate statement about the role of assessment? @ assessment is primarily an information gathering process
The most important reason for a massage therapist to performassessment is to…. determine if massage therapy is appropriate
The protective covering on the ends of bones where they attach to eachother is known as the hyaline cartilage
Chronic overuse tendon pathology caused by a degeneration of thecollagen matrix is called @ Tendinosis
Which of the following describes an eccentric muscle contraction? quadriceps muscles engage as the knee flexes when landing from a jump
Which of the following is most likely described as an injury to a joint thatproduces pain, swelling and instability from acute trauma? @ Ligament sprain
Which of the following muscles is engaged in a concentric musclecontraction with the action described? supraspinatus during shoulder abduction
Which of the following are common characteristics of a myofascial triggerpoint when it is pressed? @ Dull, throbbing and aching sensations in a referral zone
The sensations most likely to be caused by compression of a motor nerveare… @ Atrophy in the muscle
Which of the following would be most indicative of an chronic injury? @ Tendinosis
When there is compression on a peripheral sensory nerve, symptoms aremost likely felt @ Distal to the site of compression
If you are performing a passive range-of-motion test, your findings wouldgo in which section of a SOAP note? objective
A muscle strain would be most easily identified with which of the followingevaluation procedures? @ Manual resistive test
If you notice that your client has a significant forward head posture, thiswould fall under which section of the HOPRS procedure? observation
Pain that is reproduced during a manual resistive test is most indicative ofwhich of the following…? @ Moderate muscle strain
In order to gain the most accurate results with the least amount of stress to your client, which of the following evaluation procedures is performed first during your assessment? active range of motion
The end-feel is the quality of how you feel motion stop at the end range of a particular joint motion. Which of the following would be considered a pathological and feel and should not be considered normal for that joint? @ Bone-to-bone during elbow flexion
Which of the following evaluation procedures is likely to reproduce painduring passive range-of-motion evaluation? @ Lateral ankle sprain during inversion
A manual resistive test is most effective for identifying… @ Pain as a result of muscle or tendon injury
If during your assessment you find pain in the posterior thigh regionduring resisted knee flexion, the most likely explanation is… @ Second-degree strain of the biceps femoris
Pain on the medial side of the knee felt during passive knee extensionwould most likely indicate which of the following tissues? @ Medial collateral ligament
Which of the following would NOT be a single plane movement evaluationperformed during range-of-motion evaluation? @ Active lateral rotation of the elbow
Which of the following would be the most accurate characteristic indiscriminating between an acute and chronic injury? @ The condition has developed over the course of several week
Which of the following injuries would result from excessive tensile forceapplied to the tissue? hamstring muscle strain
A client with a strain to the gastrocnemius muscle would most likely report pain during which of the evaluation procedures listed below? @ Resisted plantar flexion
Steve has been experiencing anterior leg pain that appears to be caused by chronic shin splints. Which of the following procedures would most likely be painful during the evaluation process? @ resisted dorsiflexion
A client having plantar fasciitis is most likely to report which of thefollowing during an initial intake history? A recent significant increase in activity
If you are performing a manual resistive test with your client, and you perceive significant muscle weakness during resisted eversion, what is the most likely explanation? @ Impairment of a motor nerve to the muscles of eversion
Your client reports pain across the top surface of the foot during resisted dorsiflexion and at the very end range of passive plantar flexion. Which of the following is the most likely explanation for this pattern? tenosynovitis in the anterior leg muscles
Which of the following muscles would be strongly engaged in contractionduring a manual resistive test for resisted eversion? peroneus longus
A calcaneal valgus foot alignment is most likely to put tensile (pulling)stress on which structure(s)? @ Tibial nerve
Which of the following muscles would be stretched during an evaluation atthe end range of passive dorsiflexion? gastrocnemius
Anterior shin splints are most likely to be caused by which of the following excessive downhill running
The ligaments that make up the deltoid ligament complex are located on the medial side of the ankle
A condition that involves compression of the tibial nerve on the medial sideof the ankle is called tarsal tunnel syndrome
Posterior heel pain that is felt with resisted plantar flexion and palpation ismost likely caused by Achilles tendinosis
If your client has ankle pain during active and passive dorsiflexion as well as active and passive plantarflexion, which of the following tissues is most likely the cause of that pain? ankle ligaments
Which of the following muscles is likely to be somewhat overstretched in afoot/ankle complex with a calcaneal varus postural distortion? peroneus longus
A hallux valgus deformity is characterized by… lateral deviation of the distal end of the great toe
A client who has sustained a lateral ankle sprain would most likely present which pattern of symptoms during evaluation? The greatest amount of pain felt with both passive inversion and active inversion
Which of the following is a key factor likely to lead to overpronation in thefoot? weakness in the tibialis posterior
Pain in the bottom surface of the foot upon the first arising and walking onit in the morning is a common characteristic of plantar fasciitis
development of a bunion at the first metatarsal head is mostcommonly associated with which postural distortion in the foot? hallux valgus
The symptoms of Mortona??s neuroma would most likely be reproduced withboth of these evaluation procedures… compression of the forefoot and passive toe hyperextension
The symptoms of tarsal tunnel syndrome and _________________ are verysimilar and often lead to misinterpretation and improper evaluation. plantar fasciitis
Which of the following is most likely to be a symptom of medial tibial stresssyndrome? Pain that is felt with… palpation along the attachment of tibialis posterior
Bone spurs commonly develop in conjunction with which of the followingconditions? plantar fasciitis
A Mortona??s neuroma is most likely to produce which of the following as aprimary symptom? sharp pain between the 3rd and 4th toes
Which of the following symptoms would be likely with anteriorcompartment syndrome but NOT with anterior shin splints? paresthesia in the leg
Condition w/ inflammation reaction tendon and synovial shealt? @ Tenosynovitis
Straight leg raise stretch ( hip flexion/end feel? @ Tissue stretch
Most likely not a symptom from 2nd degree ligament sprain. @ Neurological sensation distal to affected joint
Drinking toward the face? @ Concentric
Intake history. @ An injury that produce a sudden onset of pain.
Pain patterns during evaluation for osteoarthritis. @ Joint pain felt during active and passive range of motion.
Compression pathology affecting motor nerve w/c innervates. @ Painless weakness during resisted dorsiflexion.
Reproduce pain during from. @ Lateral ankle sprain during invertion.
Bicep Femoris Strain. @ Resisted knee extention.
Pheripheral sensory nerve. @ Distal to the site of compression.

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