by Brent Brookbush DPT, PT, MS, PES, CES, CSCS, ACSM H/FS
Video #3: Joint Actions
- describes motion occurring at joints. Much like anatomical directions, these terms are specific language (jargon), used to communicate joint motion between human movement professionals. Joint actions are specific to Planes of Motion and in most cases are labeled relative to the Anatomical Position.
Sagittal Plane Joint Actions - http://biomechanics.byu.edu
Frontal Plane Joint Actions Note: Pay careful attention to Abduction, Adduction & Lateral Flexion - Eversion, inversion, radial and ulnar deviation will in later courses in conjunction with the muscles crossing the wrist and ankle - http://biomechanics.byu.edu