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holds leg above the ankle. Test: The patient extends the knee through range of motion and the therapist neither assists nor resists the patient’s voluntary movement. Sample Instructions to Patient: “Straighten your leg.” ANKLE DORSIFLEXORS . Position of Patient: With the patient sitting, the knee is flexed at 90°. Position of Therapist:
Sports ankle injuries present commonly in the general practice setting. The majority of these injuries are inversion ... rehabilitation programs focus on range of motion, proprioception, strength and sports specific exercises, and are usually a minimum of 6 weeks duration. Asking about previous or current use of a semirigid
ACTIVE ANKLE & FOOT RANGE OF MOTION EXERCISES Do each exercise _____ times a day. Repeat each exercise _____ times. ANKLE ALPHABET o Moving only your ankle and foot, “write” each letter of the alphabet from A to Z. o Keep your leg straight. o Do not bend your knee or hip. o The letters will start out small and get larger as your ankle motion
by gentle range of motion and progressive strengthening to regain function. Most surgical procedures to repair a torn Achilles tendon include an open longitudinal incision medial to the Achilles tendon (Figure 1). The incision is made medial to the tendon to improve skin healing and to reduce the risk of scarring to the underlying tendon repair.
movements. This pattern also observes bilateral shoulder range of motion, combining extension, internal rotation and adduction in one extremity, and flexion, external rotation and abduction of the other. The Active Straight-Leg Raise pattern not only identifies the active mobility of the flexed hip,
Eversion (Medial) Ankle Sprain WHAT IT IS An ankle sprain is the stretching and possible tearing of the ligaments that hold the bones of the ankle together. An eversion ankle sprain is an injury to the deltoid ligament, located on the medial side (inside) …