Below are the 3 January questions of the month.

Check out our other OCS/SCS Questions of the Month by clicking here.

 

Here are some of our top Questions of the Month.

  1. Tiger Woods and Lumbar Disc Herniation
  2. Harry Potter hurts his arm
  3. Discovery Channel- Deadliest Catch

Also, check out the blog post “Three Testing Taking Strategies” to Ace the OCS/SCS Exam.

Lastly, check out the Must Read Articles for the OCS/SCS we recommend reading, and our resources on Amazon.

Question #1

 

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Sling use for 6 weeks and then physical therapy for range of motion exercises is the best answer.  This will minimize the risk of a tear after rotator cuff repair.

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Question #2

 

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Coxa vara of the hip with angle of inclination of 115° is the correct answer.  This will lead to the highest compressive forces at the hip.

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Question #3

 

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Zone II is known as no man’s land in the hand and is the most difficult to repair.

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Check out our new book, now available on Amazon.

  • Practice OCS/SCS questions based on the joints/extremities
  • Review sections written by John Snyder; check his blog out here

If taking the OCS, also check out our first book which contains over 200 spine specific questions:

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If taking the SCS, check out our SCS specific book with 100 sports physical therapy questions, answers, rationale and citations to articles you must read:

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