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PATIENT'S NAME

CLINIC No.

LEFT

10-7-99 FPK

J-26-90 FPK

weak

to to

5-15 68 HOK

4-3-50 HOK

2-27-50 HOK

JO-18-49 HOK

e weak

EXAMINER DATE

Neck Flexors

Neck Extensors

Back Extensors

10-18-49 HOK

RIGHT

2-21-50 HOK

weak

Quaiiratus Lumbonim tO

to to tO

to to to

Trunk-raising Ki-ctus abdominis Internal iihfiquv

Leg-lowering Rectus abdominis External ohlique

Gluteus Maxim us

Gluteus Medius flip Abductors

Hip Adductors

Hip Medial Rotators to to to to to to a

to to to to to to

! lip Lateral Rotators

I lip Flexors

Tensor Fasciae Latae

Sartorius to to to m to

Medial I lamstrings

Lateral Hamsmngs

Quadriceps

Gastrocnemius

Soleus

Peroneus Longus

Peroneus Brevis

Peroneus Tertius to to a

Tibialis Posterior

Tibialis Anterior

I \tensor llallucis Longos

I- lexor Haliucis Longu

Hesor Haliucis Brevis

Extensor Digitorum Longus

2 Extensor Digitorum Longus

3 Emensor Digitorum Longus

■* Extensor Digitorum Longus

Extensor Digitorum Brevis i:\tcnsorDignorum Brevi

Ixtensor Digitorum Brevis

I xtensor Digitorum Brevis

Flexor Digitorum Longos

Flexor Digitorum Longus

3 Flexor Digitorum Longus t t

Fletor Digitonun Longu

I lexor Digitorum Brevis

Flexor Digitorum Brc. is

Ficu'r Digitorum Brevis

Flexor Digitorum Brevi>

Lumbricalis

Lumbricalis

Lumbricafis

Lunibri calis

Leg Length

Tlugb Circumference t -ill t ircuiTiference to

4-31-51 HOK

5-15-68 HOK

1-26-90 FPK

10-7-99 FPK

to to to to to to to to e to to to to to to to to to to

to to to to

t tpWKj^M 4 and below ■ 5-7 ■ a^^^^ongeofm^jon limited wafcJsoré

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cannot rise on toes one foot at a time but can come up when rism0 on both at the ---same time k>ut with some forward displacement of the body c- l°-7-99 Cannot rise on toes one foot at a time ----

weak to to to to to to to to to to

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Aging

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Pain Syndromes

Schematic model showing three possible causes for late neuromuscular and musculoskeletal complications of polio and their interactions. (Adapted from 47 with permission).

CHAPTER ONE POLIO/ POST-SUGGESTED READINGS

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8. Management of PPS. About Polio and PPS—Monograph http://www.post-polio.org/cd/mgmt2.html 2003.

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17. Kendall, H.O., Kendall, FP. Orthopedic and Physical Therapy Objectives in Poliomyelitis Treatment, The Physiotherap Review, vol 27, 3, 1947

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