Post Rehab Essentials V.2.0 Continuing Education Credit Exam
Please complete the following exam with questions based on the notes from the course. Once the exam has been submitted with successful completion of 70% correct answers, a certificate of completion will be issued.
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What are the 3 phases of injury healing?
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What phase will you as a trainer spend most of your time in?
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What is the limiting factor with movement patterns and injuries?
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What causes joint stiffness in a joint that should be mobile?
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The Beighton scale tests for hypermobility
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What type of acromion would be most prone to producing shoulder impingement issues?
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What functional test is commonly used to find active and passive stability restrictions?
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What are 3 modifications for the shoulder that can produce positive changes in the overhead squat movement?
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What's an intervention that will NOT directly improve the overhead squat movement?
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Working within pain-free limitations allows progress by:
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Why does breathing through your chest help shoulder mobility?
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The Joint by Joint approach involves_______ and ______ Alternating through a kinetic chain up the body
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What ligament prevents hyperextension of the knee?
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What type of force direction is applied with quad dominant knee exercises?
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What type of squat allows for a reduction in knee wear and tear?
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Which test is used to detect a torn ACL?
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What is a way of providing shoulder stabilization challenge without requiring movement from the joint?
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What is a dynamic diagonal spiral movement pattern commonly called?
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Which are the prime functions of Glute max contraction?
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Which would be considered primarily a glute focused exercise?
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What does RNT stand for?
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What shin angle is safest for the knee during a squat movement?
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Is the standing toe touch an active or a passive test?
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Are the latissimus dorsi considered a part of the core?
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What should be the first regression for proper core training implementation?
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What kind of joint is the hip?
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What does the femoral head attach to?
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What is the most common shape that our body is comprised of?
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What commonly happens with a hips musculature when under-exercised?
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What should a post-rehab program for a hip replacement be focusing on first?
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What part of the spine contains the neck?
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What is a normal shape of the spine?
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Which is/are the muscle(s) of the rotator cuff?
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Adhesive capsulitis is also known as:
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