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The Temporomandibular Joint 5 Examination of Gait STANCE PHASE Heel
Strike Foot Flat. The temporomandibular joint is the joint most used in the body; it
opens and closes approximately 1,500 to 2,000 times a day during its various ...
The phases of gait. Stance phase: (a) heel strike, (b) foot flat, (c) midstance, and (
d) push-off. MIDSWING Fig. 16. Loss of ankle dorsiflexion can cause the pa-. Fig.
2. The phases of gait. Swing phase: (a) acceleration, (b) midswing, and (c) ...
During swing phase, the pelvis rotates 40° forward, while the hip joint on the
opposite extremity (which is in stance phase) acts as the fulcrum for rotation.
Patients do not rotate normally around a hip joint that is stiff or painful (Fig. 6). Let
us now ...
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