Name That Muscle
Diagnoses Galore
CTS
FAI
Ultrasonic

100

Acts as the strongest flexor of the hip.

What is the Iliopsoas?

100


What is Raynaud's disease?

100

The abductor pollicis brevis and opponens pollicis are innervated by this nerve.

What is the recurrent branch of the median nerve?

100

Three types of FAI.

What are Pincer, CAM and Combined

100

Sound frequency intended to treat superficial soft tissue injuries.

What is 3 Mhz?

200

This muscle's tendon  runs down the inside of the lower leg and behind the medial malleolus and attaches to the mid-foot. Its job is to help support the arch of the foot and to support the ankle.

What is the Tibialis Posterior?

200


What is Torticollis?

200

This fibrous sheath can compress the median nerve, resulting in CTS.

What is the transverse carpal ligament?

200

What is CAM impingement?

200

The reduction of an item's density, the opposite of compression

What is rarefaction?

300

A muscle of the forearm that flexes the forearm at the elbow. It is also capable of both pronation and supination, depending on the position of the forearm.

What is the brachioradialis?

300


What is Achilles tendon rupture?

300

The slippery fluid that lubricates tendons.

What is synovium?

300

The gasket of the hip joint.

What is the labrum?

300

The percentage of time the Ultrasound wave is “on”.

What is duty cycle?

400

The most lateral adductor of the hip.

What is the Gracilis?

400


What is patellar dislocation?

400

Taping the median nerve at the wrist that causes pain and/or tingling is referred to as a positive this.

What is Tinel's sign?

400

The 3 most common symptoms of FAI.

What are Pain, Stiffness and Limping?

400

The number of times a particle experiences a complete compression/rarefaction cycle in 1 second.

What is frequency?

500

DeQuervain's tenosynovitis affects the tendons of these muscles as they pass from the forearm into the hand via the first dorsal compartment of the wrist.

What are the Extensor Pollicis Brevis (EPB) and Abductor Pollicis Longus (APL) muscles?

500


What is radial head fracture?

500

Inflammation of the fluid-filled sheath that surrounds a tendon, typically leading to joint pain, swelling, and stiffness.

What is tenosynovitis?

500

The Impingement test combines these movements at the hip.

What is Flexion + Adduction + Internal Rotation

500

The reduction in intensity of the sound waves as it passes through tissue.

What is absorption?