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Musculoskeletal Analysis Of Brushing Hair

The Breakdown into components of brushing hair
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Kate Morrison

on 16 November 2012

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Starting Position Sitting upright in a chair, facing table placed 10 cm away from the trunk at waist height. Shoulders are in anatomical position by side of trunk, elbows slightly flexed, forearms pronated so that both hands are palm down on table. The right wrist is in a neutral position, fingers in a relaxed position with all joints slightly flexed and thumb slightly abducted and extended. Components of Brushing hair Reaching out to pick up
hairbrush with hand Pectoral girdle

Slight protraction of in pectoral girdle

Forward flexion of pectoral girdle

Shoulder

40% abduction of shoulder

Extension of shoulder

Forward flexion of shouler

Elbow
Abducted
Forward extention 90 degrees

Forearm

Pronation of the forearm

Wrist

Extended wrist

Extension 80% of the finger

Fingers

Abduction of the fingers

Thumb

Flexion in the thumb Grabbing hairbrush Moving right hand to shoulder Group C's Occupation- Self Care Musculoskeletal Analysis of Brushing Hair Reaching out to pick up hairbrush with right hand Grabbing hairbrush Moving right hand to shoulder Chosen task analysis - brushing hair References Wynn Kapit & Lawrence M. Elson 2001, The anatomy coloring book 3rd edition, , Benjamin Cummings, London
Kathlyn L. Reed & Sharon Nelson Sanderson (1999). Concepts of Occupational Therapy. USA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. p367.
Ian R. McMillan & Gail Carin-Levy (2012). Muscles, Nerves and Movement in Human Occupation. Edinburgh: Wiley-Blackwell.
Life Cultivation and Rehabilitation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. A Newly Compiled Practical English-Chinese Library of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Publishing house of the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Wang Xudong et als. p.167.
Upper Extremity — Musculoskeletal Radiology — UW Radiology [WWW Document], 2012. . URL http://www.rad.washington.edu/academics/academic-sections/msk/muscle-atlas/upper-body Any questions? Stages of brushing hair Brushing hair

Styling hair

Putting away the brush Task analysis Picking up the brush Brushing Hair Taking care of your appearance Sense of independence Personal hygiene self care Allows therapist and the service user to examine in detail the steps involved in
taking part in a specific task or activity. Pectoral girdle

Slight protraction of in pectoral girdle

Shoulder

45 degrees Flexion (from start)

Elbow

Full extension

Forearm

Remains pronated

Wrist

Extension
10 degrees radial deviation

Fingers

Fully flexed and adducted

Thumb

Fully adducted
Slight flexion Sense of Identity IMPORTANCE Combing Therapy Bonding Pectoral girdle

Slight protraction of in pectoral girdle

Shoulder

Slight flexion 10 degrees

Elbow

Flexion 90 degrees

Forearm

Partial supination

Wrist

Remains extended
10 degrees radial deviation

Fingers

Remains fully flexed and adducted

Thumb

Remains fully adducted
Slight flexion
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