Physical Diagnosis - Manual Muscle Testing - Athletic Trainer

Manual Muscle Testing 207
Lower Limb Alternative Tests & Muscle Balance Research

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, standard tests and alternative tests for ten muscles in the lower limb.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy and clinical experience in order to decide when alternative tests would be preferable to standard muscle strength tests and how to refine vectors of force and other testing procedures to accomplish these goals.
  • Manually measure strength using 10 alternative procedures.
  • Utilize current research findings as evidence to help justify manual muscle strength testing in your practice.

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Manual Muscle Testing 206
Digits of the lower limb

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, actions, athletic activities and common clinical conditions involved with ten muscles controlling the digits of the feet.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy to refine vectors of force and other procedures involved in performing manual strength tests for these muscles of the lower limb digits.
  • Manually measure strength of ten muscles in the lower limb digits.
  • Interpret the clinical and athletic significance of abnormal results with these manual strength tests of the lower limb digits.

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Manual Muscle Testing 205
Thigh Adductors and Triceps Surae

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, actions, athletic activities and common clinical conditions involved with seven muscles of the thigh adductor and triceps surae groups.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy to refine vectors of force and other procedures involved in performing manual strength tests for these muscles of the thigh and leg.
  • Manually measure strength of seven muscles in the thigh adductor and triceps surae groups.
  • Interpret the clinical and athletic significance of abnormal results with these manual strength tests of the medial muscles of the thigh and posterior calf.

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Manual Muscle Testing 204
Anterior and Posterior Muscles of the Thigh

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, actions, athletic activities and common clinical conditions involved with ten muscles in the anterior and posterior compartments of the thigh.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy to refine vectors of force and other procedures involved in performing manual strength tests for muscles of the thigh.
  • Manually measure strength of ten muscles in the anterior and posterior compartments of the thigh.
  • Interpret the clinical and athletic significance of abnormal results with manual strength tests of the anterior and posterior muscles of the thigh.

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Manual Muscle Testing 203
Muscles of the hips

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, actions, athletic activities and common clinical conditions involved with seven of the muscles crossing the hips.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy to refine vectors of force and other procedures involved in performing manual strength tests for muscles of the hips.
  • Manually measure strength of seven muscles crossing the hip joint.
  • Interpret the clinical and athletic significance of the results for the manual strength tests of the muscles of the hips.

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Manual Muscle Testing 202
Stabilizers of the Ankles and Knees

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  • Summarize manual muscle strength testing: purposes; procedures; and grading.
  • Describe origins, insertions, actions, athletic activities and common clinical conditions involved with the medial and lateral stabilizing muscles of the ankles and knees.
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy to refine vectors of force and other procedures involved in performing manual strength tests for muscles of the ankles & knees.
  • Manually measure strength of the medial and lateral stabilizing muscles of the ankles and knees.
  • Interpret the significance of the results for the manual strength tests of the stabilizing muscles of the ankles and knees.

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Manual Muscle Testing 201 - 206
Course Group includes all Manual Muscle Testing Courses numbered 201 thru 206

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  • This contains all courses with the educational objectives listed from Manual Muscle Testing 201 through Manual Muscle Testing 206

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Manual Muscle Testing 201
Introduction to Manual Muscle Strength Testing

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  • Summarize applications for muscle strength testing
  • Identify potential causes of abnormal findings
  • Define generic procedures to use when performing manual muscle strength tests
  • Grade muscle strength tests using standardized measurement scales
  • Create and revise muscle strength tests utilizing your knowledge of anatomy plus techniques of muscle isolation and contraction limits

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