Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena Gardiner (Chapter 07: Passive Movement)

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This article shows the Kinesiology MCQ of Chapter 7 of Dena Gardener Book

  1. What best defines passive movement in kinesiology?
  2. A. Movement initiated by the muscles.
  3. B. Movement achieved through external force without muscle activation.
  4. C. Movement performed actively with full muscle control.
  5. D. Movement that requires a combination of muscle groups.
  6. Which of the following is an example of passive movement?
  7. A. Running a marathon.
  8. B. Performing a push-up.
  9. C. A therapist manually bending and extending a patient’s knee.
  10. D. Flexing the biceps during a curl exercise.
  11. What is the primary goal of passive range of motion (PROM) exercises in rehabilitation?
  12. A. To increase muscle strength.
  13. B. To maintain or improve joint mobility.
  14. C. To enhance cardiovascular fitness.
  15. D. To improve neuromuscular coordination.
  16. During a passive movement assessment, a physical therapist notes resistance or “catching” at a specific joint angle. What might this indicate?
  17. A. Normal joint mobility.
  18. B. Muscle hypertrophy.
  19. C. Joint contracture or adhesion.
  20. D. Adequate muscle flexibility.
  21. Which of the following terms refers to a therapeutic technique that involves passive stretching to improve muscle and joint flexibility?
  22. A. Active Release Technique (ART).
  23. B. Myofascial release.
  24. C. PNF stretching.
  25. D. Static stretching.

Kinesiology MCQ :Chapter 6 Passive Movement

  1. What best defines passive movement in kinesiology?
  2. A. Movement initiated by the muscles.
  3. B. Movement achieved through external force without muscle activation.
  4. C. Movement performed actively with full muscle control.
  5. D. Movement that requires a combination of muscle groups.
  6. Which of the following is an example of passive movement?
  7. A. Running a marathon.
  8. B. Performing a push-up.
  9. C. A therapist manually bending and extending a patient’s knee.
  10. D. Flexing the biceps during a curl exercise.
  11. What is the primary goal of passive range of motion (PROM) exercises in rehabilitation?
  12. A. To increase muscle strength.
  13. B. To maintain or improve joint mobility.
  14. C. To enhance cardiovascular fitness.
  15. D. To improve neuromuscular coordination.
  16. During a passive movement assessment, a physical therapist notes resistance or “catching” at a specific joint angle. What might this indicate?
  17. A. Normal joint mobility.
  18. B. Muscle hypertrophy.
  19. C. Joint contracture or adhesion.
  20. D. Adequate muscle flexibility.
  21. Which of the following terms refers to a therapeutic technique that involves passive stretching to improve muscle and joint flexibility?
  22. A. Active Release Technique (ART).
  23. B. Myofascial release.
  24. C. PNF stretching.
  25. D. Static stretching.

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