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An Introduction to Movement
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abduction action activity Adductors angle ankle antagonistic muscles assistance balance body co-ordinated crook lying dorsiflexion effect efficiency elbow Examples of Free Extensors facilitation feet fibres fingers fixation fixed flexed flexion Flexors foot forward Free Exercise function given glenoid cavity grasp half lying head heel Hip and Knee Hip Flexors hip joint horizontal humerus increase lateral rotation Latissimus Dorsi lever lifting limb localised lumbar spine maintain Manual resistance maximal resistance medial rotation ment Metatarsophalangeal Joints method move muscle groups muscle spindles Neuromuscular normal patient pattern of movement Pectoralis Major pelvis performed physiotherapist physiotherapist's hands plane plinth posture pressure prone kneeling prone lying Proprioceptive pulley range of movement re-education reflex Resisted Exercise scapula sensory receptors shoulder girdle shoulder joint side flexion side lying sideways sitting speed stabilise standing starting position stimulation stretching suitable supination techniques tension tilt tion toes traction treatment vertical walking weight weight-bearing wrist