• femoral stretch test (prone, flex knee, extend hip)
• sensation—anterior thigh
• motor—resisted inversion foot
• sensation—inner border of foot to great toe
• motor o walking on heels o resisted extension great toe
• sensation—middle three toes (dorsum)
• motor o walking on toes o resisted eversion foot
• sensation—little toe, most of sole
neurologic level L5 neurologic le^el iil
Fig. 33.7 The main motor, sensory and reflex features of the nerve roots L5 and S1 REPRODUCED FROM S. HOPPENFELD, PHYSICAL EXAMINATION OF THE SPINE AND EXTREMITIES, APPLETON AND LANGE NORWALK, CT, USA, 1976, WITH PERMISSION
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