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When warming up on the field before Sunday’s game, Bradford was seen with a slight flexion contracture (knee doesn’t straighten all the way), limp and favoring the knee.
Neave’s team had looked at only 19 dancing subjects (with 37 women rating them), while measuring dozens of variables that ranged from the variability in flexion of the left shoulder to the external rotation speed of the right ankle.
Clients perform several critical movements including deep squat, shoulder mobility, hip flexion (stepping over an object), inline lunge step, trunk stability, hamstring flexibility, impingement exams, and so on.
The data is fed into a computer to create 3-D images that let STI examine stress on joints and ankle flexion.
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Origin and Etymology of flexion
First Known Use: 1615See Words from the same year
medical Definition of flexion
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