Kinesiology MCQ’s of Dena Gardiner (Chapter 13: Joint Mobility)


This article shows the Kinesiology MCQ of Chapter 13 of Dena Gardener Book

  • What is joint mobility in kinesiology primarily associated with?
  • A. The strength of the muscles surrounding the joint.
  • B. The ability of a joint to move through its full range of motion.
  • C. The stability of the joint capsule.
  • D. The pain tolerance of the individual.

Which of the following factors can affect joint mobility?

  1. A. Proper nutrition.
  2. B. Adequate sleep.
  3. C. Muscular imbalances and tightness.
  4. D. Weather conditions.

Which term describes a condition where a joint lacks sufficient mobility, leading to reduced range of motion?

  1. A. Hypomobility.
  2. B. Hypermobility.
  3. C. Isometric contraction.
  4. D. Eccentric loading.

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When assessing joint mobility, which of the following actions is often used to measure the available range of motion?

  1. A. Isometric contraction.
  2. B. Eccentric loading.
  3. C. Passive movement.
  4. D. Static stretching.

  1. Which of the following best describes the term “joint hypermobility”?
  2. A. A joint with excessive mobility, often leading to instability.
  3. B. A joint with restricted mobility.
  4. C. A joint with strong muscles.
  5. D. A joint with normal range of motion.

Which of the following types of joints typically has the greatest range of motion?

  1. A. Ball-and-socket joints.
  2. B. Hinge joints.
  3. C. Pivot joints.
  4. D. Gliding joints.

Which of the following is a common method used to assess joint mobility?

  1. A. Measuring blood pressure.
  2. B. Assessing bone density.
  3. C. Performing strength tests.
  4. D. Utilizing goniometers to measure joint angles.

When a joint is described as having “limited mobility,” what does this mean?

  1. A. The joint is unstable and prone to dislocation.
  2. B. The joint can move freely through its entire range of motion.
  3. C. The joint has a reduced range of motion compared to a healthy joint.
  4. D. The joint is hypermobile and prone to overuse injuries.

Which of the following can contribute to joint hypomobility?

  1. A. Strong and flexible muscles.
  2. B. Regular physical activity.
  3. C. Joint injuries and inflammation.
  4. D. Proper nutrition.

What is the primary goal of exercises aimed at improving joint mobility?

  1. A. To increase muscle strength.
  2. B. To reduce joint stability.
  3. C. To enhance the joint’s range of motion.
  4. D. To promote cardiovascular fitness.

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