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The basics of the human muscle anatomy (muscle innervation, insertion/origin, action) is critical when studying for any physical therapy and specifically critical when studying for the OCS exam.  It can be very difficult and challenging as most anatomy texts do not provide quick summaries at a quick glance.  I take no credit for the anatomy documents posted on these sites.  I found these charts and...
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The basics of the human muscle anatomy (muscle innervation, insertion/origin, action) is critical when studying for any physical therapy and specifically critical when studying for the OCS exam.  It can be very difficult and challenging as most anatomy texts do not provide quick summaries at a quick glance.  I take no credit for the anatomy documents posted on these sites.  I found these charts and...
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The basics of the human muscle anatomy (muscle innervation, insertion/origin, action) is critical when studying for any physical therapy and specifically critical when studying for the OCS exam.  It can be very difficult and challenging as most anatomy texts do not provide quick summaries at a quick glance.  I take no credit for the anatomy documents posted on these sites.  I found these charts and...
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-Annual rate of 200,000 injuries to the ACL annually -100,000 ACL reconstruction annually -Reconstructions are commonly performed on young, active individuals that require high function Grafts No consensus on which type is more advantageous- Autografts vs Allografts -Surgeons choose which graph to use by looking at multiple factors:  Autograft: -Decrease healing time -Semitendinosus -Gracilis -Patella tendon autograft Allograft: -Longer healing times when compared to autografts...
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-According to Hewett et al. Understanding and Preventing ACL Injuries: Current Biomechanics and Epidemiologic Consideration. There are several common biomechanical characteristics and motor behavioral associated with non-contact ACL injuries. -Inward or valgus collapse of the knee places excessive forces on the passive structures of the knee which include MCL meniscus and ACL.  Persistent valgus stress is consistent with poor control/coordination of the hip and in...
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