arthrokinematic

arthrokinematic

[är′thrəkin′əmat′ik]
pertaining to the movement of bone surfaces within a joint.

arthrokinematics

(ar″thrō-kin″ĕ-mat′iks) [ arthro- + kinematics]
Description of the movement of the joint surfaces when a bone moves through a range of motion. Arthrokinematic movements include rolling and gliding of a joint
arthrokinematic, adjective
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Insufficient active muscle stiffness at the time of external perturbation might allow excessive muscle lengthening, which results in uncontrolled arthrokinematic motion and can increase ligament loading and injury risk [8].
Based on the arthrokinematic principle of that the talus glides posteriorly during dorsiflexion.
Lippert (physical therapy assistant program director, retired, Mount Hood Community College) covers basic clinical kinesiology and anatomy in the skeletal, articular, arthrokinematic, muscular and nervous systems and in biomechanics, the upper extemities in the shoulder girdle, shoulder joint, elbow joint, wrist joint and hand, the temporomandibular joint, the neck and trunk, respiratory system, pelvic girdle, hip, knee, ankle joint and foot.

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