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Overview

Athletic training students are required to learn, practice, test, and master clinical skill sets throughout their educational career. A textbook that can be used from the start of their education up until graduation becomes essential to this learning process. Answering the call for educators and students is Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training, Second Edition.

The esteemed Practical Exam Preparation Guide of Clinical Skills for Athletic Training has been updated, revised, and renamed to accurately reflect the material presented throughout the text that is necessary for athletic training students to master clinical skill sets as tested on throughout their educational career.

Herb Amato, Christy D. Hawkins, and Steven L. Cole have revised and updated Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training, Second Edition to reflect the standards and specific outcomes of the Clinical Proficiencies as established by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association.

Incorporating the “Learning Over Time Concept”, this second edition presents a three-weighted practical exam format within the Evaluation Box for each clinical skill set. Additionally, each clinical skill sets follows an easy-to-use checklist design, allowing athletic training students to learn, practice, test, and master clinical skills.

New features inside the Second Edition:
• Over 110 new clinical skills sets—393 in total throughout the text.
• Chapters have been re-organized in a more user-friendly fashion.
• Updated references throughout the text.

New sections inside the Second Edition:
• Joint mobilization
• General medical
• Therapeutic exercise/re-conditioning
• Therapeutic modalities
• Therapeutic measurements

Athletic training educators will find Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training to be a user-friendly text that will easily supplement their curriculum for a way to document when clinical skills have been taught, practiced, evaluated, and mastered by each student.

With new chapters reflecting the progressing field of athletic training, a re-organization of the information presented, and the addition of 110 new clinical skill sets, Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training, Second Edition is the critical first step necessary in developing clinical skill set mastery for athletic training students.

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Editorial Reviews

From The Critics
Reviewer: Dani Moffit, MA, MPE, ATC (Temple University College of Health Professioins)
Description: This book is focused on the practical and clinical skills necessary to become a certified athletic trainer by passing the national certification exam. Each skill is broken down into specific tasks with a score sheet and evaluation tool that allows the student to see which skills have and have not been mastered. The previous edition was published in 2002.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide athletic training students and athletic training educators with a reference that focuses on clinical skills and proficiencies. This book provides students with concrete information for mastering the practical skills necessary for an athletic training professional. The breakdown of skills into tasks allows for a greater understanding of each. The book meets the author's objectives.
Audience: The book is written with both the athletic training student and the athletic training educator in mind, according to the author. As an educator, I find this book beneficial as a psychomotor tool, as well as a learning over time evaluative tool. The authors have significant credibility in the field, having served as educators for many years. Dr. Amato was recently recognized as an athletic training educator of the year by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA.
Features: "The book is based on the 5th Role Delineation Study and contains the competencies required by athletic training students to sit for the BOC exam. Each domain area is included with skills that fulfill mastery of that domain. The clinical skill assessments are broken down into five sections: an introduction of the skill, a score sheet of the specific tasks that comprise the skill, an evaluation, a scale of skill mastery, and information and supplies needed to demonstrate the skill. An assessment provides three opportunities for demonstration, allowing for documentation of Learning Over Time. It allows for a student to practice with supervision from an instructor, as well as practice with peers. This is the most practical book I have seen that provides the breakdown of skills and the number of assessments, as most books are more focused on the written portion of the BOC examination. Although the practical section of the BOC examination will be obsolete by June 2007, these skills are still necessary in the profession and this book can and should be used in the classroom for skill mastery. "
Assessment: For the educator who wants to provide a rigorous learning environment and for the student who wants concrete evidence of skill mastery, this book fulfills both. Updated to include changes to the recent BOC Role Delineation Study, the focus on hands-on, Learning Over Time is seen in this book. This book focuses on the clinical skills necessary for athletic trainers and allows for task mastery.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Dani Moffit, MA, MPE, ATC (Temple University College of Health Professioins)
Description: This book is focused on the practical and clinical skills necessary to become a certified athletic trainer by passing the national certification exam. Each skill is broken down into specific tasks with a score sheet and evaluation tool that allows the student to see which skills have and have not been mastered. The previous edition was published in 2002.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide athletic training students and athletic training educators with a reference that focuses on clinical skills and proficiencies. This book provides students with concrete information for mastering the practical skills necessary for an athletic training professional. The breakdown of skills into tasks allows for a greater understanding of each. The book meets the author's objectives.
Audience: The book is written with both the athletic training student and the athletic training educator in mind, according to the author. As an educator, I find this book beneficial as a psychomotor tool, as well as a learning over time evaluative tool. The authors have significant credibility in the field, having served as educators for many years. Dr. Amato was recently recognized as an athletic training educator of the year by the National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA.
Features: "The book is based on the 5th Role Delineation Study and contains the competencies required by athletic training students to sit for the BOC exam. Each domain area is included with skills that fulfill mastery of that domain. The clinical skill assessments are broken down into five sections: an introduction of the skill, a score sheet of the specific tasks that comprise the skill, an evaluation, a scale of skill mastery, and information and supplies needed to demonstrate the skill. An assessment provides three opportunities for demonstration, allowing for documentation of Learning Over Time. It allows for a student to practice with supervision from an instructor, as well as practice with peers. This is the most practical book I have seen that provides the breakdown of skills and the number of assessments, as most books are more focused on the written portion of the BOC examination. Although the practical section of the BOC examination will be obsolete by June 2007, these skills are still necessary in the profession and this book can and should be used in the classroom for skill mastery. "
Assessment: For the educator who wants to provide a rigorous learning environment and for the student who wants concrete evidence of skill mastery, this book fulfills both. Updated to include changes to the recent BOC Role Delineation Study, the focus on hands-on, Learning Over Time is seen in this book. This book focuses on the clinical skills necessary for athletic trainers and allows for task mastery.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781556427589
  • Publisher: SLACK, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2006
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 464
  • Sales rank: 1,240,213
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Herb Amato, DA, ATC was the Athletic Training Program Director for the past 18 years at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. His current role at the University is an Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies. He remains involved with Athletic Training Students in the classroom and with program/student assessment. He has been involved in the education of Athletic Training Students for 25 years at the university and high school levels. Herb has an extensive public speaking and consulting background and has published several articles in the areas of Athletic Training Education and clinical practice. He is also active in service at the community, university, and national levels. Herb resides in Harrisonburg with his wife, Lori, and three daughters, Casey, Lyndy, and Jessy.

Christy D. Hawkins, MS, ATC is the Director of Continuing and Professional Education at Thomas Nelson Community College in Hampton, Virginia. In this position, she develops and implements educational programs for the local workforce. She also teaches health and physical education courses at the college. Since 1996, Christy has traveled to colleges and universities throughout the country as a workshop coordinator for Amato-Cole Educational Services (ACES Workshops). She has taught Athletic Training courses at the university level and has coordinated leisure classes for both children and adults. Christy received a Bachelor of Science degree from James Madison University and a Master of Science degree from the University of South Carolina. She is currently pursuing a second Master of Science degree focusing on adult education at Old Dominion University. In her free time, Christy enjoys hiking and traveling, particularly to Alaska to visit her godchildren, Camille, Logan, and Elliot. She resides in Newport News with her husband, David, and three children from the animal kingdom, Jake, Autumn, and Timmie.

Steven L. Cole, MEd, ATC, CSCS is the Assistant Athletic Director for Health Services at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia. He oversees a staff of seven Certified Athletic Trainers and coordinates a regional network of health care specialists to provide athletic health care for nearly 600 student-athletes annually. In addition to his local role with the college, he coordinates an on-site sports medicine program for Busch Entertainment Corporation in Williamsburg, aimed at educating entertainers in the early recognition and self-management of common injuries. Steve is one of the cofounders of the ACES Preparatory Workshops for Athletic Training Students who are eligible to sit for the Board of Certification exam. Steve has served as a consultant to various athletic programs, medical practices, and industrial corporations. He is the sports medicine consultant to Tidewater Physical Therapy Inc, a group of outpatient physical therapy clinics serving the Tidewater area of Virginia. He has extensive public speaking and consulting experience, from local to international, and has published several articles relevant to athletic health care and the administration of health care programs. Steve is a member of the Virginia High School League Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, the Legislative Committee for the Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Athletic Training Liaison to the Colonial Athletic Association. A competitive triathlete, Steve resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Lonna, and two daughters, Sydney and Jahnessa.

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Table of Contents

Contents
Section I: Introduction
Chapter 1. Overview of the Board of Certification Examination
Chapter 2. How to Use This Book

Section II: Skill Assessments
Chapter 3. Ambulation Assists/Miscellaneous
AA-Test 1: Crutch Fitting
AA-Test 2: Nonweightbearing—Tripod
AA-Test 3: Nonweightbearing—Ascending/Descending Stairs (Without a Handrail)
AA-Test 4: Cane Fitting
AA-Test 5: Four-Point Gait Method
AA-Test 6: Use of a Sling Psychometer to Measure Heat and Humidity
AA-Test 7: Using a Bag-Valve Mask to Ventilate a Nonbreathing Specatator

Chapter 4. Ligamentous Stress Tests
Upper Quarter

LST-U-Test 1: Acromioclavicular Joint Distraction Test
LST-U-Test 2: Acromioclavicular Shear Test (AC Joint Compression Test)
LST-U-Test 3: Anterior Drawer Test for the Shoulder
LST-U-Test 4: Clunk Test for the Shoulder
LST-U-Test 5: Feagin Test for the Shoulder
LST-U-Test 6: Sternoclavicular Joint Stress Test
LST-U-Test 7: Posterior Drawer Test for the Shoulder
LST-U-Test 8: Jobe Relocation Test (Fowler Sign/Fowler Test/Relocation Test)
LST-U-Test 9: Apprehension Test (Crank Test)
LST-U-Test 10: Test for Inferior Shoulder Instability (Sulcus Sign/Sulcus Test)
LST-U-Test 11: Posterior Apprehension Test (Posterior Stress Test) for the Shoulder
LST-U-Test 12: Valgus Stress Test for the Elbow
LST-U-Test 13: Varus Stress Test for the Elbow
LST-U-Test 14: Valgus Stress Test for the Second Proximal Interphalangeal (PIP) Joint
LST-U-Test 15: Varus Stress Test for the Third Distal Interphalangeal (DIP) Joint

Lower Quarter

LST-L-Test 1: Anterior Drawer Test for the Ankle
LST-L-Test 2: Talar Tilt Test (Inversion Stress Test)
LST-L-Test 3: Kleiger Test (External Rotation Test)
LST-L-Test 4: Eversion Stress Test (Eversion Talar Tilt Test)
LST-L-Test 5: Valgus Stress Test for the Knee
LST-L-Test 6: Varus Stress Test for the Knee
LST-L-Test 7: Lachman Test (Anterior Lachman/Ritchie/Trillat/Lachman-Trillat Test)
LST-L-Test 8: Anterior Drawer Test (Drawer Sign) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 9: Posterior Drawer Test for the Knee
LST-L-Test 10: Slocum Test (Internal Tibial Rotation) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 11: Slocum Test (External Tibial Rotation) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 12: Hughston Posteromedial Drawer Test for the Knee
LST-L-Test 13: Hughston Posterolateral Drawer Test for the Knee
LST-L-Test 14: Posterior Sag Test (Gravity Drawer Test) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 15: Godfrey Test (Godfrey 90/90/Godfrey Gravity Test) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 16: Lateral Pivot-Shift (MacIntosh/Lamaire Test) for the Knee
LST-L-Test 17: Jerk Test (Jerk Test of Hughston) for the Knee

Chapter 5. Manual Muscle Testing
Upper Quarter

MMT-U-Test 1: Latissimus Dorsi
MMT-U-Test 2: Pectoralis Major (Upper Portion)
MMT-U-Test 3: Pectoralis Major (Lower Portion)
MMT-U-Test 4: Pectoralis Minor
MMT-U-Test 5: Middle Deltoid
MMT-U-Test 6: Anterior Deltoid
MMT-U-Test 7: Posterior Deltoid
MMT-U-Test 8: Teres Major
MMT-U-Test 9: Coracobrachialis
MMT-U-Test 10: Rhomboid/Levator
MMT-U-Test 11: Rhomboid (Alternate Test)
MMT-U-Test 12: Serratus Anterior
MMT-U-Test 13: Middle Trapezius
MMT-U-Test 14: Lower Trapezius
MMT-U-Test 15: Upper Trapezius
MMT-U-Test 16: Supraspinatus
MMT-U-Test 17: Infraspinatus
MMT-U-Test 18: Teres Minor
MMT-U-Test 19: Subscapularis
MMT-U-Test 20: Triceps Brachii (Supine)
MMT-U-Test 21: Triceps Brachii (Prone)
MMT-U-Test 22: Biceps Brachii
MMT-U-Test 23: Brachialis
MMT-U-Test 24: Brachioradialis
MMT-U-Test 25: Pronator Quadratus
MMT-U-Test 26: Supinator (Biceps Elongated)
MMT-U-Test 27: Flexor Carpi Radialis
MMT-U-Test 28: Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
MMT-U-Test 29: Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
MMT-U-Test 30: Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
MMT-U-Test 31: Palmaris Longus
MMT-U-Test 32: Extensor Pollicis Longus
MMT-U-Test 33: Extensor Pollicus Brevis
MMT-U-Test 34: Abductor Pollicis Brevis
MMT-U-Test 35: Flexor Pollicus Longus
MMT-U-Test 36: Flexor Pollicis Brevis
MMT-U-Test 37: Opponens Pollicus
MMT-U-Test 38: Adductor Pollicis
MMT-U-Test 39: Abductor Pollicus Longus
MMT-U-Test 40: Opponens Digiti Minimi
MMT-U-Test 41: Flexor Digitorum Profundus
MMT-U-Test 42: Flexor Digiti Minimi
MMT-U-Test 43: Abductor Digiti Minimi
MMT-U-Test 44: Extensor Digitorum
MMT-U-Test 45: Myotome Assessment – C5
MMT-U-Test 46: Myotome Assessment – C6
MMT-U-Test 47: Myotome Assessment – C7
MMT-U-Test 48: Myotome Assessment – C8
MMT-U-Test 49: Myotome Assessment – T1

Lower Quarter

MMT-L-Test 1: Gluteus Medius
MMT-L-Test 2: Gluteus Minimus
MMT-L-Test 3: Gluteus Maximus
MMT-L-Test 4: Medial Rotators of the Hip
MMT-L-Test 5: Laterial Rotators of the Hip
MMT-L-Test 6: Hip Adductors
MMT-L-Test 7: Quadratus Lumborum
MMT-L-Test 8: Iliopsoas (With Emphasis on the Psoas Minor)
MMT-L-Test 9: Tensor Fasciae Latae
MMT-L-Test 10: Sartorius
MMT-L-Test 11: Semiteninosus/Semimembranosus
MMT-L-Test 12: Biceps Femoris
MMT-L-Test 13: Quadriceps Femoris
MMT-L-Test 14: Tibialis Anterior
MMT-L-Test 15: Tibialis Posterior
MMT-L-Test 16: Soleus
MMT-L-Test 17: Gastrocnemius
MMT-L-Test 18: Peroneus Longus
MMT-L-Test 19: Peroneus Tertius
MMT-L-Test 20: Flexor Hallicus Longus
MMT-L-Test 21: Flexor Hallucis Brevis
MMT-L-Test 22: Adductor Hallucis
MMT-L-Test 23: Extensor Hallucis Longus
MMT-L-Test 24: Extensor Digitorum Longus/Brevis
MMT-L-Test 25: Flexor Digitorum Longus
MMT-L-Test 26: Flexor Digitorum Brevis
MMT-L-Test 27: Myotome Assessment – L3
MMT-L-Test 28: Myotome Assessment – L4
MMT-L-Test 29: Myotome Assessment – L5
MMT-L-Test 30: Myotome Assessment – S1
MMT-L-Test 31: Myotome Assessment – S2

Chapter 6. Reflex Testing
Upper Quarter

RT-U-Test 1: C5 Reflex (Biceps)
RT-U-Test 2: C6 Reflex (Brachioradialis)
RT-U-Test 3: C7 Reflex (Triceps)

Lower Quarter

RT-L-Test 1: S1 Reflex (Achilles’ Tendon)
RT-L-Test 2: L4 Reflex (Patellar)
RT-L-Test 3: Babinski Reflex
RT-L-Test 4: Superfical Abdominal Reflex
RT-L-Test 5: Deep Tendon Reflex of L5 (Posterior Tibial)
RT-L-Test 6: Oppenheim Reflex

Chapter 7. Sensory Testing
Upper Quarter

SST-U-Test 1: Dermatome Sensory Test – C5
SST-U-Test 2: Dermatome Sensory Test – C6
SST-U-Test 3: Dermatome Sensory Test – C7
SST-U-Test 4: Dermatome Sensory Test – C8
SST-U-Test 5: Dermatome Sensory Test – T1
SST-U-Test 6: Olfactory Nerve (Cranial Nerve #1)
SST-U-Test 7: Optic Nerve (Cranial Nerve #2)
SST-U-Test 8: Oculomotor Nerve (Cranial Nerve #3)
SST-U-Test 9: Trochlear Nerve (Cranial Nerve #4)
SST-U-Test 10: Trigeminal Nerve (Cranial Nerve #5)
SST-U-Test 11: Abducens Nerve (Cranial Nerve #6)
SST-U-Test 12: Facial Nerve (Cranial Nerve #7)
SST-U-Test 13: Vestibulocochlear Nerve (Cranial Nerve #8)
SST-U-Test 14: Glossopharyngeal Nerve (Cranial Nerve #9)
SST-U-Test 15: Vagus Nerve (Cranial Nerve #10)
SST-U-Test 16: Accessory Nerve (Cranial Nerve #11)
SST-U-Test 17: Hypoglossal Nerve (Cranial Nerve #12)

Lower Quarter

SST-L-Test 1: Dermatome Sensory Test – T12
SST-L-Test 2: Dermatome Sensory Test – L1
SST-L-Test 3: Dermatome Sensory Test – L2
SST-L-Test 4: Dermatome Sensory Test – L3
SST-L-Test 5: Dermatome Sensory Test – L4
SST-L-Test 6: Dermatome Sensory Test – L5
SST-L-Test 7: Dermatome Sensory Test – S1
SST-L-Test 8: Dermatome Sensory Test – S2

Chapter 8. Special Tests
Upper Quarter

ST-U-Test 1: Adson’s Maneuver
ST-U-Test 2: Empty Can Test (Supraspinatus Test)
ST-U-Test 3: Ludington’s Test
ST-U-Test 4: Military Brace Position (Costoclavicular Syndrome Test)
ST-U-Test 5: Roos Test (Elevated Arm Stress Test)
ST-U-Test 6: Valsalva’s Maneuver
ST-U-Test 7: Speeds Test (Biceps or Straight-Arm Test)
ST-U-Test 8: Yergason’s Test
ST-U-Test 9: Hawkins-Kennedy Test for Impingement
ST-U-Test 10: Neer Impingement Test (Shoulder Impingement Test)
ST-U-Test 11: Drop Arm Test (Codman’s Test)
ST-U-Test 12: Pectoralis Major Contracture Test
ST-U-Test 13: Apley Scratch Test
ST-U-Test 14: Allen’s Test
ST-U-Test 15: Cozen’s Test (Test for Lateral Epicondylitis/Tennis Elbow-Method 1/Resistive Tennis Elbow Test)
ST-U-Test 16: Golfer’s Elbow Test (Test for Medial Epicondylitis)
ST-U-Test 17: Tinel’s Sign – Ulner Nerve (Elbow)
ST-U-Test 18: Pinch Grip Test
ST-U-Test 19: Finkelstein’s Test
ST-U-Test 20: Tinel’s Sign – Median Nerve (Wrist)
ST-U-Test 21: Phalen’s Test (Wrist Flexion Test)
ST-U-Test 22: Foraminal Compression Test (Spurling’s Test/Cervical Compression Test)
ST-U-Test 23: Foraminal Distraction Test (Cervical Distraction Test)
ST-U-Test 24: Shoulder Abduction Test
ST-U-Test 25: Brachial Plexus Tension Test (Brachial Plexus Traction Test/Shoulder Depression Test/Brachial Plexus Stretch Test)
ST-U-Test 26: Tinel’s Sign for the Cervical Spine
ST-U-Test 27: Vertebral Artery Test
ST-U-Test 28: TemporoMandibular Joint (TMJ) Loading Test

Lower Quarter

ST-L-Test 1: Thompson’s Test (Simmonds’ Test)
ST-L-Test 2: Percussion (Tap) Test – Ankle
ST-L-Test 3: Compression Test – Tibia
ST-L-Test 4: Homan’s Sign
ST-L-Test 5: Tinel’s Sign – Ankle (Percussion Sign)
ST-L-Test 6: McMurray’s Test for the Knee
ST-L-Test 7: Steinman’s Tenderness Displacement Test (First Steinman’s Sign)
ST-L-Test 8: Pattellofemoral Grind Test (Clarke’s Test/Patella Hold/Zohler’s Sign)
ST-L-Test 9: Patellar Apprehension Test (Fairbank’s Apprehension Test)
ST-L-Test 10: Ballottable Patella (Patella Tap Test)
ST-L-Test 11: Sweep Test
ST-L-Test 12: Bounce Home Test
ST-L-Test 13: Apley’s Compression Test
ST-L-Test 14: Apley’s Distraction Test
ST-L-Test 15: FABER Test (Figure-Four Test/Patrick’s Test/Jansen’s Test)
ST-L-Test 16: Gaenslen’s Test
ST-L-Test 17: Sacroiliac Compression Test (Gapping Test/Transverse Anterior Stress Test)
ST-L-Test 18: Sacroiliac Distraction Test (Approximation Test/Transverse Posterior Stress Test)
ST-L-Test 19: Tripod Sign (Hamstrings Contracture, Method 2)
ST-L-Test 20: Ely’s Test (Tight Rectus Femoris Test, Method 2)
ST-L-Test 21: Femoral Nerve Traction Test
ST-L-Test 22: Trendelenburg Test (Trendelenburg’s Sign)
ST-L-Test 23: Thomas Test
ST-L-Test 24: Rectus Femoris Contracture Test, Method 1
ST-L-Test 25: Ober’s Test
ST-L-Test 26: Noble’s Compression Test (Noble’s Test)
ST-L-Test 27: Piriformis Test
ST-L-Test 28: 90/90 Straight Leg Raise Test (Hamstrings Contracture, Method 3)
ST-L-Test 29: Gillet’s Test (Sacral Fixation Test)
ST-L-Test 30: Squish Test
ST-L-Test 31: Long Sit Test (Supine-to-Sit Test)
ST-L-Test 32: Slump Test
ST-L-Test 33: Straight Leg Raise Test (Unilateral Straight Leg Raise/Lasegue Test)
ST-L-Test 34: Well Straight Leg Raise Test (Well Straight Leg Raise Test of Fajersztajn/Lhermitt’s Test/Crossover Sign)
ST-L-Test 35: Kernig’s Sign
ST-L-Test 36: Brudzinski’s Sign Test
ST-L-Test 37: Bowstring Test (Cam Test/Popliteal Pressure Sign)
ST-L-Test 38: Hoover Sign Test
ST-L-Test 39: Stork Standing Test (One Leg Standing Lumbar Test)
ST-L-Test 40: Spring Test
ST-L-Test 41: Yeoman’s Test

Chapter 9. Taping/Wrapping
Upper Quarter

TW-U-Test 1: Taping Technique to Prevent Hyperextension of the Elbow
TW-U-Test 2: Shoulder Spica Taping – Glenohumeral Joint
TW-U-Test 3: Shoulder Spica Elastic Wrap – Glenohumeral Joint
TW-U-Test 4: Shoulder Spica Taping – Acromicoclavicular Joint
TW-U-Test 5: Shoulder Spica Elastic Wrap – Acromicoclavicular Joint
TW-U-Test 6: Wrist Taping Neutralization
TW-U-Test 7: Thumb Spica Taping
TW-U-Test 8: Collateral Interphalangeal Joint Taping

Lower Quarter

TW-L-Test 1: Hip Spica Wrap (Hip Flexor Wrap)
TW-L-Test 2: Hip Spica Wrap (Hip Adductor Wrap)
TW-L-Test 3: Knee Compression Wrap
TW-L-Test 4: Patellar Check Strap
TW-L-Test 5: Closed Basketweave Taping – Ankle
TW-L-Test 6: Achilles’ Tendon Taping – Ankle
TW-L-Test 7: Longitudinal Arch Taping
TW-L-Test 8: Great Toe Taping
TW-L-Test 9: Taping Technique for Patellofemoral Stabilization
TW-L-Test 10: Open Basketweave Taping – Ankle
TW-L-Test 11: Closed Basketweave Taping – Ankle

Chapter 10. Protective Device Construction/Equipment Fitting
Upper Quarter

PDC-U-Test 1: Fitting a Football Helmet
PDC-U-Test 2: Sling and Swath
PDC-U-Test 3: Finger Splint – PIP Joint
PDC-U-Test 4: Hardshell Doughnut Pad – Acromioclavicular Joint
PDC-U-Test 5: Removal of a Facemask From a Standard Footbal Helmet
PDC-U-Test 6: Fitting Shoulder Pads
PDC-U-Test 7: Fitting a Mouth Guard

Lower Quarter

PDC-L-Test 1: Adjustable SAM (Ladder Splint)
PDC-L-Test 2: Knee Immobilizer
PDC-L-Test 3: Ankle Horsesho Pad and Compression Wrap
PDC-L-Test 4: Vacuum Splint for a Tibia Fracture
PDC-L-Test 5: Properly Fitting Running Shoes
PDC-L-Test 6: Fitting a Prophylactic Knee Brace
PDC-L-Test 7: Fitting a Prophylactic Ankle Brace

Chapter 11. General Medical

GMED-Test 1: Radial Pulse
GMED-Test 2: Carotoid Pulse
GMED-Test 3: Blood Pressure Assessment
GMED-Test 4: Cardiac Auscultation
GMED-Test 5: Pulmonary Auscultation
GMED-Test 6: Asthma Inhaler
GMED-Test 7: Respiration Assessment
GMED-Test 8: Peak Flow Meter
GMED-Test 9: Otoscope
GMED-Test 10: Tympanic Temperature
GMED-Test 11: Standard Oral Temperature
GMED-Test 12: Ophthalmoscope
GMED-Test 13: Consensual Reaction Test (Pupillary Reflex Test)
GMED-Test 14: Pupillary Reaction Test
GMED-Test 15: Test for Eye Motility (Tracking)
GMED-Test 16: Snellen Eye Chart
GMED-Test 17: “Clean Catch” Dipstick Urinalysis
GMED-Test 18: "Clean Catch" Dipstick Urinalysis – Specific Gravity/pH
GMED-Test 19: Fingerstick Blood Test (Fingerstick-Prick Test) – Hematocrit
GMED-Test 20: Fingerstick Blood Test (Fingerstick-Prick Test) – Blood Sugar
GMED-Test 21: Romberg’s Sign
GMED-Test 22: Wound Care – Forearm Laceration
GMED-Test 23: Palpation Skills
GMED-Test 24: Palpation Skills
GMED-Test 25: Palpation Skills

Chapter 12. Therapeutic Exercise / Reconditioning
Upper Quarter

TE-U-Test 1: Supraspinatus Strengthening Exercise (Empty Can Position)
TE-U-Test 2: Pendulum Exercises (Codman’s Circumduction Exercise)
TE-U-Test 3: Reverse Fly (Prone Fly/Prone Horizontal Abduction)
TE-U-Test 4: Concentric Manual-Resistance Exercise – Rhomboid and Inferior Trapezius)
TE-U-Test 5: Table Top Push-Up Plus (With a Punch)
TE-U-Test 6: Pronation Strengthening Exercise (Surgical Tubing)
TE-U-Test 7: Supine Elbow Extension Exercise
TE-U-Test 8: Radial Deviation Strengthening Exercise
TE-U-Test 9: Eccentric Manual Resistance – Wrist Flexors
TE-U-Test 10: Aquatic Therapy Resistance Exercise – Biceps Brachii
TE-U-Test 11: Plyometrics – Medicine Ball Push-Up

Lower Quarter

TE-L-Test 1: Straight Straight Leg Raise
TE-L-Test 2: Hip Flexion Exercise (Seated Position)
TE-L-Test 3: Hip Adduction Exercise
TE-L-Test 4: Straight Leg Hip Extension Exercise
TE-L-Test 5: Standing Leg Curl
TE-L-Test 6: Lateral Step-Up
TE-L-Test 7: Closed-Chain Terminal Extension Exercise (Standing Dontigney)
TE-L-Test 8: Eccentric Quad Set
TE-L-Test 9: Eccentric Manual Resistance Exercise – Gastrocnemius
TE-L-Test 10: Aquatic Therapy Resistance Exercise – Tibialis Anterior
TE-L-Test 11: Proper Techinque for Performing a Back Squat Exercise to Parallel Depth
TE-L-Test 12: Proper Spotting Technique – Forward Lunge
TE-L-Test 13: Plyometrics – Medicine Ball Sit-Up
TE-L-Test 14: Plyometrics – Triple Double-Leg Vertical Jump (Triple Vertical Jump-Double Leg)

Chapter 13. Therapeutic Measurements
Upper Quarter

TM-U-Test 1: Goniometer – Flexion at the Glenohumeral Joint
TM-U-Test 2: Goniometer – Extension at the Glenohumeral Joint
TM-U-Test 3: Goniometer – Internal/External Rotation at the Glenohumeral Joint
TM-U-Test 4: Goniometer – Abduction at the Glenohumeral Joint
TM-U-Test 5: Goniometer – Flexion/Extension at the Humeroulnar Joint
TM-U-Test 6: Goniometer – Pronation at the Radioulnar Joint
TM-U-Test 7: Goniometer – Flexion/Extension at the Midcarpal Joints
TM-U-Test 8: Goniometer – Radial Deviation at the Radiocarpal Joint
TM-U-Test 9: Goniometer – Abduction at the Metacarpophalangeal Joint
TM-U-Test 10: Balance Test – Upper Extremity Proprioception
TM-U-Test 11: Endurance-Based Strength Test – % Fatigue (Middle Deltoid)
TM-U-Test 12: Strength Test – % 1 x 10 Test (Shoulder Extensors)
TM-U-Test 13: Strength Test – % 1 x 5 Test (Wrist Flexors)
TM-U-Test 14: Strength Test – % Power Test (Triceps)
TM-U-Test 15: Isokinetic Device Test
TM-U-Test 16: Functional Test – Upper Extremity
TM-U-Test 17: Volumometer (Hand and Wrist Swelling)
TM-U-Test 18: Hand Grip Dynamometer
TM-U-Test 19: Body Composition – Skinfold Caliper

Lower Quarter

TM-L-Test 1: Goniometer – Subtalar Joint
TM-L-Test 2: Goniometer – Talocrural Joint
TM-L-Test 3: Goniometer – Tibiofermoral Joint
TM-L-Test 4: Goniometer – Iliofemoral Joint
TM-L-Test 5: Goniometer – Iliofemoral Joint (External Rotation)
TM-L-Test 6: Goniometer – Iliofemoral Joint (Extension)
TM-L-Test 7: Goniometer – Iliofemoral Joint (Flexion)
TM-L-Test 8: Goniometer – Trunk Lateral Rotation to the Left
TM-L-Test 9: Balance Test – Lower Extremity Proprioception
TM-L-Test 10: Endurance-Based Strength Test – % Fatigue (Tibialis Anterior)
TM-L-Test 11: Strength Test – % 1 x 10 Test (Hamstring)
TM-L-Test 12: Strength Test – % 1 x 5 Test (Ankle Plantar Flexors)
TM-L-Test 13: Strength Test – % Power (Knee Extensors)
TM-L-Test 14: Isokinetic Device Test – Knee
TM-L-Test 15: Functional Test – Lower Extremity
TM-L-Test 16: Thigh Girth
TM-L-Test 17: Leg Length (True/Apparent)
TM-L-Test 18: Q-Angle
TM-L-Test 19: Figure-8 (Swelling – Ankle)

Chapter 14. Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation
Upper Quarter (PNF Stretch)

PNF-U-Test 1: PNF Contract Relax (Agonist/Antagonist) – Wrist Flexors
PNF-U-Test 2: PNF Contract Relax (Agonist/Agonist) – Elbow Flexors
PNF-U-Test 3: PNF Hold Relax (Agonist/Antagonist) – Horizontal Flexors
PNF-U-Test 4: PNF Hold Relax (Agonist/Agonist) – Shoulder External Rotators

Upper Quarter (PNF Strength)

PNF-U-Test 5: PNF Slow Reversal – Shoulder Internal Rotation
PNF-U-Test 6: PNF Slow Reversal Hold – Elbow Extension
PNF-U-Test 7: PNF Repeated Contraction – Wrist Extension
PNF-U-Test 8: PNF Rhythmic Stabilization – Shoulder Horizontal Flexors

Lower Quarter (PNF Stretch)

PNF-L-Test 1: PNF Contract/Relax (Agonist/Antagonist) – Ankle Plantar Flexors
PNF-L-Test 2: PNF Contract/Relax (Agonist/Agonist) – Knee Flexors
PNF-L-Test 3: PNF Hold Relax (Agonist/Antagonist) – Ankle Inventors
PNF-L-Test 4: PNF Hold Relax (Agonist/Agonist) – Hip Flexors

Lower Quarter (PNF Strength)

PNF-L-Test 5: PNF Slow Reversal – Knee Flexors
PNF-L-Test 6: PNF Slow Reversal-Hold – Ankle Invertors
PNF-L-Test 7: PNF Repeated Contraction – Ankle Dorsiflexors
PNF-L-Test 8: PNF Rhythmic Stabilization – Ankle Dorsiflexors

Chapter 15. Joint Mobilization
Upper Quarter

JM-U-Test 1: Anterior-Posterior Glide of the Radial Head
JM-U-Test 2: Posterior-Anterior Glide of the Radial Head
JM-U-Test 3: Posterior-Anterior (Volar) Glide of the Wrist (Radiocarpal Joint)
JM-U-Test 4: Anterior-Posterior (Dorsal) Glide of the Wrist (Radiocarpal Joint)
JM-U-Test 5: Distraction Glide of the Third Metacarpal on the the Phalangeal Joint
JM-U-Test 6: Posterior (Dorsal) Glide of the Carpometacarpal Joint
JM-U-Test 7: Anterior (PA/Volar) Glide of DIP Joint of Second Finger
JM-U-Test 8: Inferior (Caudal) Glide of the Glenohumeral Joint
JM-U-Test 9: Anterior-Posterior Glide of the Glenohumeral Joint
JM-U-Test 10: Posterior-Anterior Glide of the Glenohumeral Joint
JM-U-Test 11: Rotational Mobilization of Cervical Vertebrae (C6 to C7)

Lower Quarter

JM-L-Test 1: Rotational Manipulation of Lumbar Spine (L2 to L3)
JM-L-Test 2: Countermutation Manipulation of the Sacroiliac Joint
JM-L-Test 3: Posterior-Anterior Glide of the Hip Joint
JM-L-Test 4: Anterior-Posterior Glide of the Tibiofemoral Joint
JM-L-Test 5: Anterior-Posterior (Plantar) Glide of the Talocrural Joint
JM-L-Test 6: Anterior (Dorsal/PA) Glide of the Talocrural Joint
JM-L-Test 7: Anterior-Posterior (Plantar) Glide of the Interphalangeal Joint
JM-L-Test 8: Superior Glide of the Patellofemoral Joint

Chapter 16. Therapeutic Modalities

TMOD Test 1: Ice Bag
TMOD Test 2: Moist Heat
TMOD Test 3: Paraffin Bath
TMOD Test 4: Cold Whirlpool
TMOD Test 5: Vapo-Coolant Spray
TMOD Test 6: Ice Massage
TMOD Test 7: Contrast Bath (Hot/Cold)
TMOD Test 8: Hot Whirlpool
TMOD Test 9: Effleurage – Massage
TMOD Test 10: Pétrissage – Massage
TMOD Test 11: Tapotement (Precussion) Massage
TMOD Test 12: Fine Vibration Massage
TMOD Test 13: Cross-Fiber (Transverse) Friction Message
TMOD Test 14: Intermittent Compression
TMOD Test 15: Therapeutic Ultrasound – Immersion
TMOD Test 16: Therapeutic Ultrasound – 1 MHz
TMOD Test 17: Therapeutic Ultrasound – 3 MHz
TMOD Test 18: Phontophoresis
TMOD Test 19: Electrical Stimulation – Interferential
TMOD Test 20: Electrica Stimulation:Microcurrent (Low-Intensity)
TMOD Test 21: Electrical Stimulation:Iontophoresis
TMOD Test 22: Cleaning of a Therapeutic Whirlpool

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