6 Movement Terms ContAbduction: Movement of an extremity away from the midline of the body in the frontal/coronal plane.Shoulder, Hips
7 Movement Terms Cont.Adduction- Moving an extremity closer to the midline of the body in the frontal planeShoulder, Hips
8 Movement Terms Cont.Pronation and Supination- Rotational movements in the forearm and ankle. Movement is considered to be in the transverse plane.Forearm-Anatomical Pos.=Supinated.Palm facing back is Pronated.Ankle- Pronated-sole of foot opens laterally
9 Movement Terms Cont. Protraction-Anterior movement of a part Retraction-Posterior movement of a partSagittal plane
10 Movement Terms Cont. Elevation-Raising a body part Depression-Lowering a body partFrontal plane
11 Movement Terms Cont.Rotation-Turning of a body part on a single axis. (Internal or External) Neck, shoulder, hipTransverse Plane
12 Movement Terms Cont.Circumduction- Tri-planer movement at the hip and shoulder.
13 Movement Terms Cont.Lateral Flexion- Side bending to the left and right. In the frontal plane.
14 Ankle MovementsPlantar Flexion-ankle movement pointing toes down in the sagittal planeDorsiflexion- ankle movement pointing toes up in the sagittal plane.
15 Ankle Movements Cont.Inversion- Ankle movement with the sole of the foot turning inward in the frontal planeEversion- Ankle movement with the sole of the foot turning outward in the frontal plane.
16 Wrist and Hand Movements Radial Deviation –Lateral movement of the wrist toward the radius in the frontal planeUlnar Deviation-Medial movement of the wrist toward the ulna in the frontal planeOpposition- Movement of the thumb across the palm of the hand.Finger Ad and Abduction