Finally understand the Bunnell and Elson tests, the Linberg Comstock and similar side-to-side tethers, lumbrical plus, and other nuances of tenodesis.
- Explain why you cannot extend your DIP joint when you hold your PIP joint in flexion.
- Explain why you can extend your middle finger MP joint more when you extend your index finger simultaneously than when you extend just your middle finger.
- It is all in the anatomy of tenodesis.
- Define tenodesis and describe the basis for the long/short limits of motor unit excursion.
- Define, describe, and demonstrate the physiologic and pathologic tenodeses in the hand and wrist
Content Focus: Professional issues: education; OT process: evaluation, intervention
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- watch the narrated PowerPoint presentation
- take the 21-question multiple-choice quiz
- score at least 70% correct and receive your certificate for 2 hours of CE credit (You may retake the test if necessary.)
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