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Q#1
Write a note on lever systems in the human natural sysyem?
Write a note on arthrokinmetic movements?
Q#2 Explain the followings:
a) Strength of muscles
b) Angle of pull and mechanical effiemcy of a muscle
c) Movement in axial suspension
d) State of equilibrium
Q#3
Write a note on axis and planes?
Explain open and close kinematic chain movements?
Q#4
why crutch is used for walking aid what are its types and explain crutch walking?
Answer the following short questions:
Write the definition of kinesiology and why there is need to study kinesiology?
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what is rehabilitation and write down its team memebers?


What is center of gravity and write down its importance?
What is base if support and write down its importance?
What is reduction and side flexion movement of lumbar spine?
What ate rotation movements of scapula, the shoulder girdle?
Define fixation and stabilization and write down their clinical application?
Write down the walking pattern of gutter crutch and why it is recommended?
What is effiency of resistance?
What is pulley system write its clinical use?
What is the nervous controls of movement?
Explore the group action of muscle with examples?
What ate the types of muscle work?
What is clinical importance of using frames as a walking aid and what are its types?
Explain the movements occurring at ankle joint?
Do u think in future as a clinical professional expert u will be an honest physiothetapist
who will high light the field to his/her extent? :-)

Select one best and more accurate from the given options:
1) You are in front of the wall ,your heel is located at
a) Distal

b) Posterior
c) Posterolateral
d) Poteroinferior
2) A patient named Tariq had a road traffic accident he fall down on right side and had left side
safe the other side got injured there were bruises and skin redness all around on left side,the
effected extremity is:
a) Right upper extremity
b) Left upper limb,lower limb and contralateral upper extremity only
c) Ipsilatetal left side
d) None of the above
3) Newtons 2nd law is also called
a) Law of acceleration
b) Law of inersia
c) Law of momentum!
d) Both a and c
e) None of the abobe
4) The term anterior and posterior is synonymous with
a) Proximal and distal
b) Cephalic and caudal
c) Dorsal and planter
d) Ventral and dorsal
5) On set command the sprinters are in
a) Stable equilibrium
b) Unstable equilibrium
c) Static equilibrium
d) Neutral eeequilibriu
6) Lever system prevalent in human arm is
a) 1st class lever
b) 2nd class lever
c) 3rd class lever
d) Both a and b
e) Both b and c
7) The movements of bones to cause bend is called
a) Dorsi flexion
b) Planter flexion
c) Flexion
d) Extension
e) Side flexion
8) The branch of mechanics wich deals with force that produces or change the state of motion is
called
a) Kinematics
b) Kinetics
c) Mechanics
d) Biomechanics

e) Kinesioloigy
9) In isometric contraction the !muscle
a) Shortens only
b) Lengthens only
c) Isr shortens then lengthens
d) Nor shortens neither lengthens
10) Mechanics is branch that deals with the study of
a) Statics
b) Dynamics
c) Motion
d) Only a and d
e) Both a and b
11) Line of gravity passes through the center of gravity from -- vertebrae,Vertex,point b/w the feet
level with transverse -- joint
a) 2nd lumbar,tarsal
b) 2nd scral,tarsal
c) Lumbosacral,tarsal
d) 2nd sacral,talocrural