Therapeutic Exercise

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1.  Eccentric exercise is a shortening of the muscle. It implies that the force produced by the muscle's contraction is greater than the resistance.
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2.  Your orthopedic assessment reveals a positive Ober's test. You should provide self-care to your client that includes:
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3.  Angie Western, 35, was referred to you by her doctor for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. Her symptoms appeared about 1 month ago and worsened last week. She cannot type for more than 10 minutes before the pain becomes overwhelming. She has difficulty using utensils and reports that she often drops things. Your assessment confirms carpal tunnel syndrome. During the testing and treatment, you notice that AF and PR ROM elicit moderate bilateral numbness and tingling. To apply muscle setting in this case, how many repetitions would you have her perform?:
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4.  Hold relax is:
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5.  A standing self-stretch for the rectus femoris would require the advanced client to flex their knee while extending their hip.
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6.  Angie Western, 35, was referred to you by her doctor for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. Her symptoms appeared about 1 month ago and worsened last week. She cannot type for more than 10 minutes before the pain becomes overwhelming. She has difficulty using utensils and reports that she often drops things. Your assessment confirms carpal tunnel syndrome. During the testing and treatment, you notice that AF and PR ROM elicit moderate bilateral numbness and tingling. As self-care, you prescribe:
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7.  "Setting the Core" refers to the co-contraction of:
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8.  Endurance training is the ability to perform:
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9.  Contract relax is:
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10.  Valsalva maneuver decreases intrathoracic pressure, thus causing copmlications to cardiovascular conditions.
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11.  Movement that occurs with the distal segment of a limb moving freely in space is called:
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12.  Examples of conditions that can produce contractures include the following:
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13.  Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by a reduction of mineralized bone.
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14.  Functional testing of the glenohumeral joint reveals restrction with a stretch end-feel in external rotation, which muscles would you stretch?
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15.  A protective stretch reflex that prevents overstretching in a muscle is called:
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16.  To achieve an effective stretch for the costal fibres of your client's pectoralis major, the should must be abducted:
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17.  Isometric resisted hip flexion will affect pectineus through:
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18.  Your client's hip adduction is limited due to moderately painful TrPs in the hip adductors. Which technique would you use to increase ROM and decrease pain?
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19.  Active isolated stretching is:
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20.  Angie Western, 35, was referred to you by her doctor for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome. Her symptoms appeared about 1 month ago and worsened last week. She cannot type for more than 10 minutes before the pain becomes overwhelming. She has difficulty using utensils and reports that she often drops things. Your assessment confirms carpal tunnel syndrome. During the testing and treatment, you notice that AF and PR ROM elicit moderate bilateral numbness and tingling. What percentage of muscle strength capacity would she use during muscle setting?:
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