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Tutor profile: Harrison H.

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Harrison H.
Doctor of Physical Therapy. MS of Anatomy and Clinical Health Science.
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Subject: Physical Therapy

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Question:

A 21 y/o college basketball player lands on another players foot after jumping up for a rebound and rolls his ankle (the athlete demonstrates that his ankle was inverted at the time of the injury). The player is able to walk away from the injury and presents to PT 2 days later. Upon evaluation, the athlete has tenderness in the area of his ATFL, his navicular, and has no tenderness to palpation noted at the base of the CFL, PTFL, base of the 5th metatarsal, or either malleoli. What is the most appropriate initial course of action for this athlete and why?

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Answer:

Refer for x-ray imaging. The patient meets the criteria for the Ottawa Ankle Rules (TTP at the navicular). Even though other factors suggest he might not have a fracture, if the patient meets any of the Ottawa Ankle Rules criteria, it is most appropriate to refer to assure that you don't miss any more significant pathology (namely fractures).

Subject: Health and Medicine

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What is the recommended amount of cardio respiratory exercise to be performed weekly by adults per the ACSM?

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Adults should perform at least 150-300 minutes moderate intensity exercise and 75-150 minutes of vigorous intensity exercise.

Subject: Anatomy

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What is the distal attachment of the middle fibers of the Deltoid? What nerve innervates this muscle and what are the nerve roots of said nerve?

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The deltoid tuberosity is the distal attachment of the middle fibers of the deltoid. This muscle is innervated by the Axillary Nerve (nerve roots are C5, C6).

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