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The Shoulder. Sternoclavicular Joint Only attachment of upper extremity to trunk.

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1 The Shoulder

2 Sternoclavicular Joint Only attachment of upper extremity to trunk



5 Acromioclavicular Joint AC ligament – Anterior – Posterior – Superior – Inferior Coracoclavicular Ligament

6 Glenohumeral Joint Humeral head is larger than glenoid Static stabilizers- Labrum and glenohumeral ligaments Dynamic Stabilizers- Rotator cuff and Deltoid Long head of biceps tendon passes superiorly to the head of the humerus

7 Scapulothoracic Joint Movement of the scapula on the thoracic wall is critical to shoulder joint motion Muscles that attach to scapula must stabilize scapula providing a base for the head of humerus to rotate on.

8 Scapulohumeral Rhythm Movement of the scapula relative to the movement of the humerus in abduction First 30 degrees of abduction- no scapular movement 30-90 degrees of abduction- 1:2 ratio of scapula:humerus Above 90 degrees of abduction- 1:1 ratio of scapula:humerus

9 Stretching Exercises Static Hang from chin up bar Codman’s Pendulums- Early in Rehab below 90 Sawing- Early in Rehab below 90 Wall Climb- Flexion and Abduction Corner Stretch- Anterior Structures Wand Stretches Sleeper Stretch

10 Strengthening Exercises Free Weights Weight Machines Exercise Tubing

11 Strengthening Exercises Bench Press Horizontal Flys Military Press Front Raises Side Raises Reverse Flys I’s Y’s T’s Push-up with a plus Push ups Rows Upright Rows Ball push ups

12 Plyometric Exercises Need rebouder or partner Single-arm toss Double-arm toss with trunk rotation Double-arm toss overhead Push ups with a clap Push ups on a box

13 Reestablishing Neuromuscular Control Weight Shifting – Table – Swiss Ball – Fitter Board – Wobble Board – Weighted Ball Slide Board Rhythmic Stabilization Body Blade

14 AC Sprain MOI- Fall on tip of shoulder Rehab Concerns-Focus on Deltoid, Trapezius, and Pectoralis Major muscles. Also focus on scapular stabilizers Grade I- Sling for a couple of Days. Begin AROM exercises immediately Grade II- 7-14 days in sling. Full RTP for contact sports 8-12 weeks.

15 Clavicle Fx MOI- FOOSHA, Direct Blow Immobilization for 6-8 weeks Regain ROM Regain Strength – Deltoid – Pectoralis Major – RC – Scapular Stabilizers

16 Glenohumeral Dislocation MOI- 90 degree abduction, 90 degree elbow flexion and external rotation is most common 85-90% will dislocate again Likely to tear labrum also Avoid Following Postions – Anterior- Combined ER and Abduction. Fly, Pull Down, Bench, Military Press – Posterior- Combined IR, Horizontal Adduction, and Flexion. Fly, Bench, Weight bearing exercises – Inferior- Full Elevation. Shrugs, elbow curls, military press

17 GH Dislocation Cont. Up to 3 weeks in sling – Passive ROM – Isometrics – Scapular exercises without elevation Weeks 3-8 – Restore full AROM – Begin neuromuscular control exercises Weeks 6-12 – Begin scapular and rotator cuff exercises – Add motion neuromuscular control exercises – Begin Plyometrics – Begin Body Blade Weeks 12-20 – Begin sport specific drills

18 Shoulder Impingement Mechanical compression of supraspinatus tendon, subacromial bursa, and biceps tendon MOI-Dynamic and static stabilizers fail to maintain subacromial space. Acute and Chronic Rehabilitation Concerns – Avoid activities above 90 degrees of flexion and abduction early. – Focus on RC strength – Strengthen scapular stabilizers – Strengthen LE and Core to reduce stress on throwing shoulder

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