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Examination of Ankle & Foot NOORA ALAMMADI
First we have to: LOOK FEEL MOVE
Look for: Asymmetry Deformity Scars Swelling Bruising Nail changes Hallux valgus or varus Alignment of heel & toes
Feel for: Tenderness Heat Stiffness Pulse Temperature Prominent landmarks (lateral and medial malleoli)
Check for Movements 1.Dorsiflexion 2.Plantar flexion 3.Inversion 4.Eversion 5.Abduction 6.Adduction 7.Movements of foot
Special Tests Ankle’s ligaments stability Integrity of Achilles tendon
Ankle’s ligaments stability Patient: supine position Grasp heel & stabilize leg Forcibly laterally or medially rotate ankle. Stress test of collateral ligament. Feel for any opening.
Ankle’s ligaments stability
Integrity of Achilles tendon Patient: prone position Flexing knee joint Squeeze calf muscles Normally leg will plantar flex little bit. If no movement => abnormal.
Foot and Ankle Examination Dr. Abdulrahman Algarni, MD, SSC (Ortho), ABOS Assist. Professor, King Saud University Consultant Orthopedic and Arthroplasty.
Foot & Ankle Examination. Subjective Age Occupation & Sport – sports, shoes, dominant foot Site - localised Spread - little Onset – overuse, trauma, insidious.
EXAMINATION OF THE FOOT AND ANKLE Dr. Mohammed Zaheer Dalati Senior Registrar Department of Orthopaedics College of Medicine King Khalid University Hospital.
WEEK 1 ORTHO CURRICULUM Lower Extremity H&P: Foot/Ankle Exam.
Evaluation of the lower leg, ankle & foot. Observation Posture Symmetry of both feet and ankles Deformity Skin Foot wear.
Tests Used to Evaluate Knee Injuries. Anterior Drawer Test The anterior drawer test evaluates the anterior cruciate ligament. To perform this test, place.
Foot & Ankle Examination Mazyad Alotaibi. Subjective Age Occupation & Sport – sports, shoes, dominant foot Site - localised Spread - little Onset – overuse,
Muscle Movements Every muscle attached to AT LEAST two points Origin Attached to immovable or less movable bone Insertion Attached to movable bone.
ANKLE JOINT Bony arrangement = stability Ligaments play major role in stability flexion = dorsiflexion extension = plantar flexion FIG 6.13 page.
Rehabilitation after ankle sprain Dr. Ali Abd El-Monsif Thabet.
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Created by Terri Street for OKTechMasters © 2000 Adapted by Tom Gest, Anatomical Sciences, University of Michigan Medical School, 2004 Questions developed.
Preventing Injury in the Lower Leg and Ankle Achilles Tendon Stretching –A tight heel cord may limit dorsiflexion and may predispose athlete to ankle injury.
Body Organization Review. Make a T chart on your paper Body Org. movement.
ORIGIN attachment point that is most proximal; immovable or less movable bone.
Ankle Evaluation. History How did this injury occur? –Mechanism of injury When? Where does it hurt? Did you hear any sounds or feel a pop? Any previous.
Treatment Rationale: Terminology Sports Medicine I.
Muscles of the Foot and Lower Leg Mr. Brewer. Movements There are 6 major movements that take place in the lower leg to the foot. What are they?
Ankle Evaluation. HI(O)PS History History Inspection/Observation Inspection/Observation Palpation Palpation Special Tests Special Tests.
Sports Med 2. The foot is critical in walking, running, jumping and changing direction 1) Shock absorber 2) Lever that propels the body forward, backward.
Associated Bodywork & Massage Professional Leg and Foot Kinesiology Flash Cards.
Chapter 11 The Ankle and Foot Joints. Bones of the Foot Tarsals Head Shaft Base Metatarsals Distal Middle ProximalPhalanges Calcaneus Talus Navicular.
Hip fractures occur most frequently in the elderly population. Most common types are intertrochanteric and intracapsular. Intertrochanteric.
Date of download: 6/8/2016 From: Evaluation of Acute Knee Pain in Primary Care Ann Intern Med. 2003;139(7): doi: /
Ankle & Foot (3). Flexion: Metatarsophalangeal Joint.
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Ankle Orthopedic Exams. Medial Aspect Medial Tendons.
The Ankle. Bones Tibia Fibula Talus Movements Dorsal Flexion- most stable position Plantar Flexion- Most unstable Eversion Inversion.
Foot, Ankle, Lower Leg Injuries Sports Medicine 1 Lexington High School.
Flexion Extension Rotation Lateral Flexion.
Dorsal surface-the upper area or top of the foot.
Biomechanical Examination Parameters EvenKeel | Advanced Custom Orthotics™
Anatomical Terms of Motion. Circumduction Circular Movement of a limb. What other joints circumduct?
Knee Pain and the Knee Exam February 21, 2013 Kate Lupton, MD.
Understand: the anatomy of the foot, ankle, & lower leg. Principles of rehabilitation for the foot, ankle, & lower leg Preventive/supportive techniques.
Muscle Movements, Names and Types Ch 6 Anatomy and Physiology.
WEEK 1 ORTHO CURRICULUM Lower Extremity H&P: Knee Exam.
Foot, Ankle, & Lower Leg Injuries. Great Toe Sprain At the 1 st Metatarsal-phalangeal joint Hyper extension or hyper flexion Pain, tenderness, and/or.
Body Movements. Muscles and Body Movements Movement results when a muscle moves an attached bone Movement results when a muscle moves an attached bone.
Body Movements. Muscles and Body Movements ► Movement results when a muscle moves an attached bone ► Muscles are attached to at least two points Origin.
Body Movements. Types of Ordinary Body Movements ► Flexion Decreases the angle of the joint Brings two bones closer together Typical of hinge joints.
FYI The foot and ankle support the weight and transfer force as a person walks and runs. The feet and lower legs work to maintain balance and adapt to.
Anatomy and evaluation of the ankle 2 Bony Anatomy Bony Anatomy includes: Tibia, Fibula, Tarsals, Metatarsals, Phalanges.
Knee Examination Abdulaziz Al-Ahaideb MD,FRCSC. Orthopedic physical exam: Look Feel Move Special tests.
Chapter Six Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg. Anatomy The foot is the site of some of the most debilitating conditions suffered by athletes. Include: Blisters.
Chapter 5 The Ankle and Lower Leg. Clinical Anatomy VERY IMPORTANT! Pages Bones and bony landmarks Articulations and ligamentous support.
REVIEWING THE JOINT MOVEMENTS Name the motion in direction of arrow.
Physical Examination Lower Extremity Sohail Bajammal, MBChB, MSc, FRCS(C) November 4, 2008.
Lower Limb Problems Orthopaedic Medicine Scope Painful hips. Painful thighs. Pain in the knee. Shin problems. Ankle problems. Foot problems.
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