Hip Joint

Hip Joint
Created Dec 7, 2006
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Side ASide B
Hip Flexion ROM
120
Hip Flexion limiting factors -3
1. soft tissue apposition of ant thigh + abdomen. 2.Tension in post hip joint capsule. 3.Glut...
Hip Flexion end feel
soft / firm
Hip Extension limiting factors -5
1. illiopsoas 2.Tension in ant hip joint capsule. 3.tens. in illiofemoral lig 4 tens in...
Hip Extension ROM
30
Hip Extension end feel
firm
Hip Abduction ROM
45
Hip abduction limiting factors -5
1 tens in pubofemoral lig 2 tens in ischiofemoral lig 3 tens in inf band of illiofemoral...
Hip Adduction ROM
30
Hip Adduction end feel
soft/firm
Hip Adduction limiting factors -6
1.soft tissue apoosition of thighs with other leg in abd. 2.tension in ITB 3.tens in superior...
Hip Internal Rotation ROM
45
Hip internal rotation end feel
firm
hip internal rotation limiting factors -3
1. tension in ischiofemoral lig 2.posterior joint capsule 3.external rotator muscles
hip external rotation limiting factors 4
1.tens in illiofemoral lig 2.tens in pubofemoral lig 3.tens in ant joint capsule 4. medial...
hip external rotation ROM
45
hip external rotation end feel
firm
Hip Flexion/extension measuring ROM, where do you put 1. goni. axis 2.Stat arm 3.moveable...
1.Greater trocanter 2.parallel to midaxillary line of trunk 3.parallel to longt. axis of femur
Hip Abduction/ adduction measuring ROM, where do you put 1. goni. axis 2.Stat arm 3.moveable...
1.ASIS 2. Along a line between 2 ASIS's 3. parallel to longt. axis of femur
Hip Int/Ext Rotation measuring ROM, where do you put 1. goni. axis 2.Stat arm 3.moveable...
1.mid point of patella 2.Perpendic to floor 3.parallel to anterior midline of tibia
When testing hip flexion + hip Abd for TFL what's the difference in start position compared...
Leg is flexed 10-20 and slight int rot.
to sit from standing requires an average of ? ROM of hip flexion
104
to rise from sitting requires an average of ? ROM hip flexion
100
all the 3 apsular ligaments of hip are taught in ? and relaxed in ?
relaxed in FLEXION, taught in EXTENSION
name for each ligament whether it appears in anterior or posterior aspect 1.illiofemoral ...
1.Ant 2.Ant 3.Post
the illiofemoral tightens in all movements except
hip flexion + int rot
the pubofemoral tightens in all movements except
hip flexion + int rot + hip add
the ischiofemoral tightens in all movements except
hip flexion + ext rot


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