TEST PREVIEW

  1. To establish a structurally stable sitting posture, what should you do first:
  1. A strategy in sitting for leaning forward to get closer to an object without bending at the low back is called what?
  1. What controls the lumbar spine?
  1. When looking down, the best technique to use is what?
  1. When describing a forward head position, the ear is forward of what structure?
  1. How many degrees of freedom can you move in each plane and still be in a protective position?
  1. Improvement in posture, a decrease in muscle tension and spasms, improved circulation and blood flow, and an increase in ROM are all benefits of:
  1. What muscles are targeted in the exercise "I don’t know?"
  1. To minimize shearing forces in the knee when performing the lunge, it is important to keep the knee in line with the ankle.
  1. "Balancing on your elbows and toes" describes what exercise?
  1. Transitioning from a standing to a sitting position has eliminated low back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders.
  1. When selecting an operator’s chair, it should have the following:
  1. The following strategies can assist in reducing ischial pressure:
  1. A seat should be adjusted so the hips and knees are equal in height or the knees should be slightly higher than the hips.
  1. Which of the following backrest features does not support the lumbar curve?