By Lynn S. Lippert PT MS

Lynn Lippert provides a better emphasis onclinical insights and sensible connections toher easy-to-understand, well-organized 4thedition textual content. This exact and thoughtfullyupdated version is what might be on the heartof your medical kinesiology path to helpstudents research the mobility of particular jointsin numerous actions of day-by-day residing. The firstseven chapters describe a few of the bodysystems, terminology, and biomechanicalprinciples that may be utilized within the individualjoint chapters that keep on with.

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B. Is the anterior/posterior shape the top surface of the bottom chip concave or convex? c. Is the medial/lateral shape of the bottom surface of the top chip concave or convex? d. Is the medial/lateral shape of the top surface of the bottom chip concave or convex? e. If these chips were a joint, would the shape of the joint be ovoid or sellar? 7. Rotating a quarter on its edge across the table demonstrates what type of arthrokinematics motion? 8. Lay the quarter flat on the table and hit it with your finger, send it across the table.

Identify the 11 degrees of freedom of the upper extremity. qxd 3/20/06 4:32 PM Page 27 Tech Books-Arts:FABK005:Chapters:Chapter-04: 4 Arthrokinematics C H A P T E R Osteokinematic Motion End Feel Arthrokinematic Motion Accessory Motion Terminology Joint Surface Shape Types of Arthrokinematic Motion Convex-Concave Law Joint Surface Positions (Joint Congruency) Accessory Motion Forces Points to Remember Review Questions Osteokinematic Motion Joint movement is commonly thought of as one bone moving on another causing such motions as flexion, extension, abduction, or rotation.

Roll the quarter across the flat surface of the nickel, starting with the quarter at the 6 o’clock position at the edge of the nickel. a. Will the quarter reach the edge of the nickel before reaching the 12 o’clock position? b. Which arthrokinematic motion will you have to use on the quarter in addition to roll, so that the 12 o’clock mark can reach the opposite side of the nickel? 10. Hold a pencil vertically with the lead end on the table. Holding the eraser end between your thumb and index finger, roll the pencil between your fingers, keeping the lead end in contact with the table.

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