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July 21, 2023

Lower Leg Compartments

Compartment syndrome of the lower extremities is defined within four and sometimes five fascial compartments of the lower leg. The classic four compartments are the anterior, […]
January 6, 2024

Lower Leg Compartments

Compartment syndrome of the lower extremities is defined within four and sometimes five fascial compartments of the lower leg. The classic four compartments are the anterior, […]
January 5, 2024

OSTEOKINEMATICS AT THE TIBIOFEMORAL JOINT Internal and External Rotation

The tibiofemoral joint possesses two degrees of freedom: flexion and extension in the sagittal plane and, provided the knee is at least slightly flexed, internal and […]
January 5, 2024

OSTEOKINEMATICS AT THE TIBIOFEMORAL JOINT flexion and extension

The tibiofemoral joint possesses two degrees of freedom: flexion and extension in the sagittal plane and, provided the knee is at least slightly flexed, internal and […]
January 4, 2024

Types of Lever

In a lever system, the force that is producing the resultant torque (the force acting in the direction of rotation) is called the effort force (EF). […]
January 4, 2024

Age- and Sex-Related Medical Conditions

Hello Everyone It is helpful to be aware of NMS and systemic conditions that tend to occur during particular decades of life. Signs and symptoms associated […]
January 4, 2024

Types of Angina Pectoris

Types of Angina: Let’s Dive In! Hey PT Champions I’ve got some valuable content coming your way. Check out the image I’ve posted, where you’ll find […]
January 4, 2024

Control of Breathing- Respiratory control center in the Medulla Oblongata and Pons

Get ready for NPTE with a sneak peek into how your body controls breathing! Learn about respiratory centers in Medulla Oblongata and Pons. These centers are […]
September 2, 2023

Salter–Harris Fracture Classification

August 4, 2023

“Turning Setbacks into Success: Tips for Students Who Didn’t Pass the NPTE Exam”

🌟 Embrace Failure, Embrace Growth! 🌟 To all the incredible students who didn’t pass the NPTE exam, remember this: Success is not defined by one setback […]
July 24, 2023
Online NPTE Preparation Course

Mastering the NPTE: Top 10 Tips for Choosing the Best Online Preparation Course!

Top 10 Tips for Choosing the Best NPTE online preparation course Are you an aspiring physical therapist getting ready to take on the National Physical Therapy […]
July 21, 2023

Lumbopelvic Rhythm

Lumbopelvic Rhythm-biomechanics of Lumbar and pelvic motion .Lumbopelvic Rhythm : Lumbopelvic rhythm refers to the movement of lumbar spine and pelvis. Faulty pelvic position and reduced […]
July 21, 2023

Types of Grip

Power Grip. A power grip requires firm control and gives greater flexor asymmetry to the hand. During power grip, the ulnar side of the hand works […]
July 21, 2023
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Hip joint Ligaments

July 21, 2023
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Chronic Bronchitis V/s Emphysema

COPD is a chronic progressive disorder. Classically, COPD is divided into 2 subsets: chronic bronchitis (blue bloater) and emphysema (pink puffer) Chronic bronchitis is chronic cough […]
July 21, 2023
GOLD classification of COPD

 COPD – GOLD classification

Reference: O’Sullivan, Susan B. Schmitz, Thomas J. Fulk, George D. Physical Rehabilitation. 6th edition.
July 21, 2023

Shoulder abduction (Bakody’s) test

Bakody’s sign, also known as shoulder abduction test is used to test for radicular symptoms, especially those involving the C4 or C5 nerve roots.A decrease in […]
July 21, 2023

Types of sensory receptors

The tiered location of sensory receptors in the skin is an important consideration in determining depth of burn injury. Reference: O’Sullivan, Susan B. Schmitz, Thomas J. […]
July 21, 2023

Manual muscle testing

July 2, 2023

MOVEMENTS OF THE THORACIC WALL AND DIAPHRAGM DURING BREATHING

MOVEMENTS OF THE THORACIC WALL AND DIAPHRAGM DURING BREATHINGPump Handle and Bucket handle movement Ref: Gray’s Anatomy third edition page 162
July 2, 2023

Types of Pain

For assessment one of the most important thing is to know what type or quality of pain is exhibited?Here is a summary to describe types of […]
June 23, 2023

Integumentary system

Layers Of the Skin Three Layers of Skin Epidermis: Keratinocytes, melanocytes, Langerhans cells, Merkel cells Dermis: Collagen (types I & III), elastin, proteoglycans, hair follicles, glands […]