Hip Joint Essay

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The musculoskeletal system is composed of muscles, bones, joints.Joint composed of muscles, tendons, bursae, etc., so it will produce and facilitate movement of mechanical forces acting around the fulcrum (the joint) to perform the desired motion. The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint. Hip joint is capable of complex motions (flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, and rotation). The Clinical examination tests, are not very specific for many diagnoses but although it is helpful. There are many specialized tests can be performed on the hip to determine specific abnormalities so it will lead to produce a malfunction. Maneuvers are used to define cause of symptoms also used to define where are the localized symptoms to the hip. Acute fracture, dislocations, or stress fracture are performed by radiography. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Examination of the hip joint should be evaluate the hip, back, abdomen, and vascular and neurologic systems. Start with a gait analysis and stance, then evaluation…show more content…
This neglect has been poor assessment abilities and, without interventional techniques to address this problems. It is important to identify to optimize and structure and individualized rehabilitation program. These special tests focuses on examination and physical assessment of hip joint‐related pathology. Clinical examination of the patient with hip pain is a diagnostic challenge requiring a simply defined approach with sound clinical reasoning. Each component of this approach contributes to the identification of the potential existence/non‐existence of a particular pathology. In addition, the patient's functional ability in relation to important aspects of body functions and structure , activities and participation toughness is important to identify, in order to optimize and structure and individualized rehabilitation program. The strengths and limitations of each component of the proposed approach vary from patient to patient

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