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When all you need is a basic understanding of goniometry. When concise and illustrative examples of goniometric techniques will provide exactly what the rehabilitation professional needs-Look to Cram Session in Goniometry: A Handbook for Students Clinicians for quick and "at your fingertips" facts.
Lynn Van Ost, MEd, RN, PT, ATC, graduated in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in nursing from West Chester State College, West Chester, PA; NATABOC certified in athletic training in 1984; graduated in 1987 from Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, with a master’s degree in sports medicine/athletic training; and received a second bachelor’s degree in physical therapy in 1988 from Temple. In addition to treating the general orthopedic population as a physical therapist, she has worked with both amateur and professional athletes and has more than 11 years’ experience as an athletic trainer working with Olympic-level elite athletes at numerous international events, including the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympic games. She currently works as a clinical specialist in sports medicine at Hunterdon Medical Center in Flemington, NJ.
Table of Contents
|About the Author||p. xi|
|The Cervical Spine||p. 2|
|Scapulothoracic Joint||p. 12|
|The Shoulder (Glenohumeral Joint)||p. 20|
|The Elbow (Humeroulnar and Humeroradial Joints)||p. 36|
|The Forearm (Radioulnar)||p. 40|
|The Wrist (Radiocarpal and Intercarpal Joints)||p. 44|
|The Fingers-Digits II to V (Metacarpophalangeal Joints)||p. 52|
|The Fingers-Digits II to V (Proximal Interphalangeal Joints)||p. 60|
|The Fingers-Digits II to V (Distal Interphalangeal Joints)||p. 64|
|The Thumb (Carpometacarpal Joint)||p. 68|
|The Thumb (Metacarpophalangeal Joint)||p. 78|
|The Thumb (Interphalangeal Joint)||p. 82|
|Thoracic and Lumbar Spine|
|The Thoracolumbar Spine||p. 88|
|The Hip||p. 98|
|The Knee (Tibiofemoral Joint)||p. 110|
|Tibial Torsion||p. 114|
|The Ankle||p. 116|
|Subtalar Joint (Hindfoot)||p. 120|
|Transverse Tarsal (Midtarsal) Joint||p. 124|
|The First Toe (Metatarsophalangeal Joints)||p. 128|
|The First Toe (Interphalangeal Joint)||p. 134|
|The Four Lateral Toes (Metatarsophalangeal Joints)||p. 138|
|The Four Lateral Toes (Proximal Interphalangeal Joints)||p. 142|
|The Four Lateral Toes (Distal Interphalangeal Joints)||p. 146|
|The Temporomandibular Joint||p. 152|
|General Procedure for Goniometric Measurement||p. 160|
|Commonly Used Terms in Goniometry||p. 161|
|Normal Range of Motion Values in Adults||p. 164|
|Anatomical Zero||p. 168|
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