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Class Notes for PHTY210 at Australian Catholic University

Movement Science for Physiotherapy

PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Motor Control, Electronic Stability Control, Motor System
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Motor Control and Pain Explain the impact of pain on local and global motor control mechanisms Including Analysing factors related to the individual that influence motor control Systems theory of motor control o Need to co...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Upper Limb, Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Physical Therapy
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Upper Limb Identify the essential components of reaching and manipulation Pouring a glass of water (steps) o Reaching towards the water jug o Grasping the water jug o Lifting and taking the spout of the jug over the glass ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Alpha Motor Neuron, Synovial Fluid, Grip Strength
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Gait and Balance in Older People Discuss lifespan exemplars of development and aging with reference to motor control and performance of everyday activities Contributors to healthy ageing Biological factors Body mass index,...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Anatomical Terms Of Motion, Motor Control, Function Key
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Lifespan as an exemplar of motor control: development Discuss lifespan exemplars of development and aging with reference to motor control and performance of everyday activities The black lines represent the average joint k...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Aponeurosis, Soleus Muscle, Motion Control
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Running Discuss the differences between walking and running Phases of walking Running vs walking o Single limb support task - no double support o "float" period ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Rectus Femoris Muscle, List Of Flexors Of The Human Body, Soleus Muscle
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Stair walking Describe the functional phases of normal stairwalking Essential components o Ascent Consider Stance, swing Getting foot to next ste...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sagittal Plane, Hip, Weight-Bearing
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Pathological gait: Hip Normal hip kinematics o Within gait cycle, 1 period of flexion, 1 period of extension Function of the hip in gait: stance o Hip extension occurs from IC...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ankle, Sagittal Plane, Kinematics
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Pathological gait: Ankle Normal ankle kinematics o Within gait cycle, 2 periods of plantarflexion, 2 periods of dorsiflexion Recall possible primary deviations that may occur at...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sagittal Plane, Varus Deformity, Kinematics
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Pathological gait: Knee Normal knee kinematics o Within gait cycle, 2 periods of flexion, 2 periods of extension Function of knee: stance o 1st period of knee flexion occurs...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Motor Learning, Visual System, Somatosensory System
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Balance Training Balance training aims to o Reduce or prevent impairments in systems that are important to balance o Develop effective balance (Activity) for everyday activities ...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Muscle Weakness, Proprioception, Myocyte
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Normal Gait and Introduction to Pathological Gait Clinical relevance o To retrain gait, you need to Know what is a normal gait pattern Be able to identify deviations from...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sensory System, Greater Trochanter, Sagittal Plane
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Balance Assessment 2.12 Demonstrate competency in assessing balance Why assess balance? o To evaluate impairments and functional limitations o To document functional level (e.g. independent, supervision, one assist, two as...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mechanoreceptor, Soleus Muscle, Angular Acceleration
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Balance 2.8 Define balance Involves controlling the position of the COM relative to the BOS Synonyms: postural control equilibrium Balance can be considered as an activity but also a key component of many activities o Acti...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Acquired Brain Injury, Erector Spinae Muscles, Gluteus Medius Muscle
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Balance Influence of Ageing and Pathology 2.11 Describe the effects of aging and pathology on balance Changes to body functions and structures contributing to balance o Effective assessment and rehabilitation of balance r...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe
PHTY210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Neuroplasticity, Memory Consolidation, Strength Training
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Maximising Motor Learning and Performance Outcomes - Practice Structure and Scheduling 1.23 Discuss the practice variables that influence training of a motor skill Whole and part practice o Whole practice...

Physiotherapy
PHTY210
Lee Plumbe

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