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Shoulder Complex Chapter 18. Shoulder Anatomy w Clavicle w Scapula w Humerus w Articulations: Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Glenohumeral.

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1 Shoulder Complex Chapter 18

2 Shoulder Anatomy w Clavicle w Scapula w Humerus w Articulations: Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Glenohumeral joint w Ligaments AC Glenohumeral lig w Musculature Scapular muscles Bursae w Nerve Supply w Blood Supply

3 Preventing/Assessing Shoulder Injuries w Proper Conditioning w Muscle Testing w History w Observation w Palpation w Special Tests Muscle testing Instability Impingement Anterior/Posterior Drawer Sulcus test Apprehension test Supraspinatus Drop arm test Empty Can Test Biceps Tendon Iritation Circulatory Assessment Thoracic Outlet Syndrome test

4 Shoulder Injuries w Clavicle Fracture: Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Scapular Fracture: Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Humeral Shaft Fracture: Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Epiphyseal Fracture Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Sternoclavicular Sprain Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Acromioclavicular Sprain Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management

5 Shoulder Injuries w Contusion to the distal end of clavicle Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Glenohumeral Joint Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Acute subluxation and Dislocatoin Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Anterior Glenohumeral Dislocation Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management

6 Shoulder Injuries w Posterior Glenohumeral dislocation Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Chronic Instabilities (anterior, posterior, and multidirectional) Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Shoulder Impingement Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Rotator Cuff Tears Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Frozen Shoulder Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management

7 Shoulder Injuries w Thoracic Outlet Compression Syndrome Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Biceps Brachii Rupture Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Bicipital Tenosynovitis Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Contusion of the Upper Arm Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management w Peripheral Nerve Injury Etiology Signs and Symptoms Management

8 Rehabilitation of Shoulder Injuries w Therapy: RICE EXERCISE ISOMETRIC EXERCISE DURING IMMOBILIZATION –CODMANS EXERCISE THERAPY: ICE WITH ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ULTRASOUND w Basic Shoulder Biomechanics: Windup Phase Acceleration Phase Deceleration Phase Follow-through Phase

9 Rehabilitation of The Shoulder Complex w Immobilization After Injury w General Body Conditioning w Shoulder Joint Mobilization w Flexibility w Muscular Strength w Regaining Neuromuscular Control w Functional Progression w Return to Activity


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