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A patient presents to the clinic with chief concerns of dizziness. The therapist decided to assess the patient’s cranial nerves to screen the patient for central signs. The findings of the assessment are as shown in the video below. Which of the following is the MOST appropriate conclusion based on this assessment?
A 22-year-old female presents at the PT clinic for chief concerns of sudden onset of shoulder pain. She reports that she was on the golf course and tripped and used her upper extremities to protect her face. Since then she has difficulty lifting her right arm. Based on the assessment demonstrated in the video below, which of the following is the MOST appropriate conclusion?
A 34-year-old patient presents at the clinic for gait training. The patient scores poorly on static and dynamic balance tests and the PT concludes that the patient is at a high falls risk. The gait of the patient is as shown in the video below. Which of the following is the MOST likely cause of this presentation?
A patient has been referred to pulmonary rehabilitation with a goal to return to prior level of function. On auscultation the patient is found to have excessive secretions for which the therapist is performing postural drainage as shown in the video. Which of the following lobes is MOST likely being treated?