Clinical Skills Assessment Welcome to your Clinical Skills Assessment Take this quick assessment to see if the Practice Mechanics skills training will help you with your patients! If you see a “winged” (protracted) scapula at the right shoulder you would expect to see which major hip muscle short/tight on the same side?PsoasGluteus MaximusPectineusTFLAll of the above Your patient responds well to adjustments but the positive effects last at most 24 hours. This could be due to?Them being HypermobileThem lacking Motor ControlThem having Systemic InflammationYou not finding the Primary Area of Mechanical Dysfunction/SubluxationAll of the above Your patient sits behind a computer all day long, mousing with their right hand. Which combination of short/tight muscles and movement restrictions would you expect to see upon evaluation?Left pectoralis major, right QL, right Apley’s 2/overRight pectoralis major, left QL, right Apley’s 1/ underRight pectoralis major, right internal oblique, left SLRRight pectoralis minor, left SCM, right FABER A sign of Systemic Inflammation is?Pain aggravated by manual therapyTenderness with abdominal palpationPain aggravated by exerciseTenderness in many locations other than the area of chief complaintAll of the above Your patient is a baseball pitcher. Which movement dysfunction/decrease in mobility might be associated with an increased risk of throwing elbow/shoulder pain?Opposite side passive hip internal rotationOpposite side passive FABERStanding toe touchCervical flexionNone of the above The following can be used to evaluate Motor Control:Bird DogStanding full body extensionDead BugAll of the aboveA and C only In compartments that are Extensor Long we would expect to see the following muscles long/weak:Supinator, triceps, psoasSupinator, rhomboids, psoasPsoas, external obliques, SCMRhomboids, QL, rectus femorisA and B Testing for anterior body Motor Control we can utilize:Bird DogDead BugStanding full body extensionAll of the aboveB and C only If you find Pronator Teres on the left to be short and tight which other muscles would you expect might also be short and tight?Right pronator quadratusLeft rhomboidsRight pectoralis minorAll of the aboveNone of the above Your acute LBP patient has decreased passive dorsiflexion at the left ankle. Which SLR would you expect might be restricted as well?LeftRightNeither Email Time is Up!