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ELBOW DISLOCATIONS When discussing elbow dislocations, we talk about the direction that the ulna exited from under the humerus.
POSTERIOR DISLOCATION HYPEREXTENSION
FRACTURED HUMERUS HYPEREXTENSION Brachial Artery Median Nerve
INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF THE ELBOW (Deformity) Check radial pulse and instrinsics of the hand. Palpate supracondylar ridge of humerus.
Deformity of the Elbow (2) Be aware of shock. Call ambulance (if you stand them they go vaso-vagal). Give the athlete space.
SPRAINS OF THE ELBOW Valgus stress affecting the medial collateral ligaments. Varus stress affecting the lateral collateral ligaments.
MUSCLE FUNCTION AROUND THE ELBOW Medial Epicondyle: Pronation of the forearm, wrist flexion, elbow flexion. Lateral Epicondyle: Supination of the forearm, wrist extension, elbow flexion.
Lateral Epicondyle Common Extensor Attachment LATERAL ASPECT OF THE ELBOW
TENNIS ELBOW Signs and Symptoms: Pain before, during and after activity. Pain on palpation. Pain on grasping, squeezing and pinching.
INITIAL TREATMENTS Ice massage to the area. Stretching. Strengthening. Modification of activity. Changes in equipment.
Pronate forearm, extend the elbow, flex the wrist, (flex the fingers).
With palm down grasp a light weight (2-4 kg.). Extend the wrist. 3 sets of 15 reps; then increase weight.
Reduce Elbow Stress
Medial Epicondylitis (Golfer’s Elbow)
MEDIAL EPICONDYLITIS Pronation, wrist flexion and elbow flexion.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS Pain on use of affected muscles. May have slight swelling. Activity makes it worse.
INITIAL TREATMENTS Icing or ice massage. Stretching. Strengthening. Equipment change or modification.
Extend the fingers, extend the wrist and extend the elbow.
Grasp the weight with the palm up. Flex the wrist to the maximum and let it down into extension. (3 set of 15 reps starting with 4 kg.)
Pain on radial side of forearm. Local tenderness. Passive forearm pronation painful. Swelling?
Scaphoid Fracture Fall on the extended wrist P.O.P. in anatomical snuff- box, may have swelling Reduced painful wrist extension Pain on radial deviation of the hand.
Ulnar Collateral Ligament of the first metacarpal- phalangeal joint.
Avulsion of Extensor Digitorum Longus Tendon. FORCEFORCE
MALLET FINGER Distal phalanx falls into flexion; unable to hold the finger straight when passively extended. Pain on palpation of the finger nail bed. Medical referral.
Injuries to the Elbow, Forearm, Wrist & Hand. Bones and Joints of the Elbow Bones Humerus Radius Ulna Joints Humeroulna = humerus & ulna Humeroradial.
Elbow, Forearm, Wrist & Hand. Dislocated Elbow n Def: Dislocation of the radius and/or ulna. Usually it is a posterior dislocation of both bones. n MOI:
What am I? Articulations of the humerus, radius, and ulna. [ olecranon process ] Medial collateral ligament: 3 portions, anterior, posterior, oblique.
Chapter 20: The Elbow, Wrist, and Hand. Copyright ©2004 by Thomson Delmar Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 2 Common Injuries Contusions Olecranon bursitis.
Wrist and Hand Wrist is the most complex joints of the body due to the numerous joints combined to create one.
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Unit 4:Understanding Athletic- Related Injuries to the Upper Extremity Elbow Injuries David Smith.
Elbow Sports Medicine. Movements Carrying angle – Females degrees, Males 5 degrees Flexion – 145 degrees Extension Pronation – 90 degrees Supination.
The Elbow Sports Medicine John Hardin, Instructor.
Elbow Evaluation. History How did this injury occur? When did you hurt your elbow? Did you hear any sounds or feel a pop? Have you ever hurt this elbow.
A.Mazaherinezhad MD. Assistant professor, Sports medicine Department, IUMS ELBOW/FOREARM LAB.
© 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning 1 © 2011 Delmar, Cengage Learning BELLWORK List various injuries to the elbow, wrist, or hand. 1.
Bones: Humerus (Major Upper Arm Bone), Radius (Lateral side of forearm), Ulna (Medial side of forearm) Movements: Flexion (Biceps), Extension (Triceps),
Antebrachium Extensors. Extensor retinaculum thick fibrous fascia band at wrist -holds forearm tendons in place from lateral radius to medial ulna (styloid.
The Elbow The Wrist/Hand The ForearmRehabilitationAnything Goes Really Random
Elbow, Forearm, wrist, and hand. Understand Anatomy of the elbow, forearm, wrist, and hand Principles of rehab exercises Preventive/supportive techniques.
Forearm, Wrist and Hand. Functions of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand Forearm – Enables the hand to grip and hold objects Wrist – Provides stability for.
Muscles By: alex fiori. Abductor pollicis longus Origin: – posterior surfaces of ulna and radius – interosseous membrane – antebrachial fascia Insertion:
Elbow, Wrist, & Hand Injuries. Elbow Anatomy Hinge Joint- Moves in flexion and extensionHinge Joint- Moves in flexion and extension 3 Bones – Humerus,
Wrist and Hand Chapter 18 May Anatomy Bones Carpal Bones are irregular shaped bones that articulate between the radius and ulna of the arm and the.
Wrist/Hand Anatomy Carpals-8 Scaphoid Trapezium Trapezoid Capitate Hamate Pisiform Triquetral Lunate Metacarpals-5 Phalanges -
Elbow Examination John M. Lavelle, D.O.. Anatomy.
The Elbow Sports Medicine Connie Rauser, Instructor.
The Wrist, Hand and Fingers. BONES l FOREARM Radius – lateral and thumb side Ulna – medial and pinky side.
Just if you thought you were having a bad day…. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-2oPR3fptQ.
The Elbow Westfield High School Houston, Texas. The Elbow Compose of three bones –The humerus –The radius –The ulna.
Bones, Joints, and Muscles of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand.
Copyright © F.A. Davis Company Chapter 16 Elbow and Forearm Pathologies.
Wrist/Hand Sports med 2. Articulations Radiocarpal – Flexion, extension, abduction, and circumduction Carpal – Gliding joints – Stabilized by anterior,
Ch. 20 Elbow and Forearm. Objectives Define the major landmarks of the elbow List major injuries and conditions of the elbow.
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Athletic Injuries ATC 222 Elbow, Forearm, Wrist, Hand, and Fingers Chapter 19.
3 wrist flexors flexor carpi radialis flexor carpi ulnaris palmaris longus 3 wrist extensors extensor carpi radialis longus extensor carpi radialis.
ANATOMY AND INJURIES OF ELBOW. WHAT MOTIONS OCCUR AT THE ELBOW?
Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY UPPER LIMB FOREARM.
The Elbow Sports Medicine 2. The Elbow Humerus, radius, ulna Muscles- Biceps, Brachialis, Brachioradialis, Triceps, Pronator Teres.
Part Three. Special Tests 1. Compression test 2. Flick/tap test 3. Percussion test 4. Collateral stress (wrist) 5. Collateral stress (fingers) 6. Watson.
Elbow, Forearm, Wrist and Hand. Elbow Bones: –Humerus: only bone of the arm Landmarks: medial and lateral epicondyles, olecranon fossa, capitulum (articulation.
Upper Extremity Part 2: Muscle Testing for the Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, and Hand.
Elbow Anatomy. The elbow joint A hinge joint Made up of Bones Ligaments Muscles Nerves Bursae.
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The Elbow, Wrist & Hand Hard & Soft Tissue Anatomy.
SECTA Sports Medicine. Bones humerus ulna radius Ligaments ulnar collateral lig. annular lig. radial collateral lig.
Elbow Injuries. Little League Elbow O Inflammation over medial epicondyle of humerus O Attachment of forearm flexors.
FYI Functions with any upper extremity movement. Prone to muscle and tendon injuries because it is the sight of many muscle attachments.
Upper Extremity Injury Management. Acromioclavicular & Sternoclavicular sprains Signs & Symptoms First degree: Slight swelling, mild pain to palpation.
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