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THERAPEUTIC YOGA AFTER KNEE REPLACEMENT Final Examination Questions Select the best answer for each question and complete your test online at

78. Out of the following yoga poses, which has been shown to have the highest rectus femoris involvement? a. Tree pose. b. Chair pose. c. Downward dog. d. Warrior II. 79. Which pose has been shown to activate cocontraction of the quadriceps and hamstrings? a. Seated forward bend pose. b. Downward dog pose. c. Warrior III pose. d. Bound angle pose. 80. Out of the following yoga poses, which is not associated with improving knee flexion ROM after TKA? a. Equestrian pose. b. Child’s pose. c. Triangle pose. d. Wind-relieving pose. 81. Out of the following yoga poses, which is not associated with improving knee extension ROM after TKA? a. Corpse pose. b. Seated forward bend pose. c. Downward dog pose. d. Bound angle pose. 82. All of the following yoga poses can be used to improve

73. Which type of arthritis involves articular cartilage degeneration without any known trigger? a. Rheumatoid arthritis. b. Primary osteoarthritis. c. Septic arthritis. d. Secondary osteoarthritis. 74. Which of the following are not typical symptoms of knee OA? a. Joint pain. b. Joint instability. c. Crepitus. d. Fatigue. 75. Roughly how many total knee replacements were performed in the U.S. in 2019? a. 1,000. b. 100,000. c. 1,000,000. d. 10,000,000. 76. Indications for a TKA include all of the following except: a. Active infection. b. Radiological confirmation of osteoarthritis. c. Inadequate response to conservative treatment. d. Adverse impact on quality of life. 77. Which of the following is not a practice of hatha or

“physical” yoga? a. Vinyasa yoga. b. Iyengar yoga. c. Jnana yoga. d. Asthanga yoga.

balance after TKA except? a. Wind-relieving pose. b. Tree pose.

c. Pyramid pose. d. Warrior III pose.

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