Leg, Foot & Neck Flexation Results

MAJOR OBJECTIVES

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LEGS - The objective of this exercise is to get my legs as straight as possible. Physical therapists consider your leg straight when it reaches 0°. We are working to reduce the amount of negative degree bend in my legs so that I can get my legs to a normal 0° measurement.


FEET - The objective of this exercise is to reduce the amount of dorsiflexion. (The amount of degrees that my feet point downward) Physical therapists consider your feet straight when they reach 0°. We are working to reduce the amount of negative degree bend so that I can flex my feet up to a normal 0° measurement.


NECK - There are two objectives to this exercise. ROTATION - This is the amount of degrees that I can rotate my head and look to my left and right. SIDE BENDING - This is the amount of degrees that I can bend my head to my left and right.

Spinraza Test Results

EXPLANATION OF TESTS

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Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT) - Detects coagulation disorders. It helps to ensure that the patient isn’t at risk of hemorrhaging.


Prothrombin Time (PT) - Measures how long it takes for blood to clot.


Prothrombin INR (PT INR) - Another measure of the speed of blood clotting.


Total Protein, Random Urine - Checks liver and kidney functions.


Platelet Count - Ensures the proper number of red blood cells are present for clotting.

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