The Shoulder Unit 16. Upper Extremity Injuries. Upper extremities are vulnerable to a variety of injuries depending on the sport, including: Sprains Strains Dislocations Fractures. Upper Extremity Injuries.By hubert
Shoulder Complex. Shoulder Anatomy. Clavicle Scapula Humerus Articulations: Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Glenohumeral joint. Shoulder Anatomy. Ligaments AC Glenohumeral lig/joint capsule Labrum. Shoulder Anatomy. Musculature “Rotator cuff” SubscapularisBy sailor
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Shoulder Injuries. Anatomy. Anatomy. 4 rotator cuff muscles Subscapularis - internal rotator Supraspinatus - abduction Infraspinatus - external rotator Teres minor - external rotator. Recognition and Management of Injuries. Clavicle Fracture
Shoulder Injuries. Rotator Cuff Tears, Shoulder Dislocation, SLAP Tears. Objectives. To identify the causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of various shoulder injuries. Anatomy of the Shoulder. Shoulder made up of 3 bones: Humerus, Scapula, and Clavicle
SHOULDER INJURIES. Mr. McKay Athletic Training References: BY. GA EUL JUNG. Shoulder Joint. Bones of the Shoulder . Ball & Socket joint consisting of: Scapula Humerus Clavicle Sternum.
Shoulder Injuries. Stuart Lisle, MD Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellow University of New Mexico 10/15/14. Disclosures. I wish!. Overview. Anatomy Epidemiology Instability Biceps Rotator Cuff/Impingement Acromioclavicular Joint Adhesive Capsulitis. Anatomy. Epidemiology.
Anatomy. BonesLigamentsJoints Muscles. Bones. ClavicleSternal end, distal endScapulaGlenoid fossa, acromion process, coracoid process, spine, supraspinous fossa, infraspinous fossa, vertebral border, inferior angleHumerusHead, greater
Shoulder Injuries . By Taelar Shelton, MS, ATC, AT/L. Contusions . MOI: Blows to the shoulder S&S: discoloration, pain and restricted movement Treatment: RICE, protection with padding . Shoulder Pointer. MOI: Blow to the lateral shoulder
Shoulder Injuries. Clavicle Fx. MOI: FOOSH, Fall on tip of shoulder, direct contact S&S: guarding, obvious deformity, swelling, point tenderness. Clavicle Fx. Plan: refer for x-rays, sling and swathe, treat for shock, possible surgery Follow up: immobilize 6-8 weeks.
Learn the best rotator cuff exercises, information and tips to successfully complete your rotator cuff therapy naturally.
Shoulder Injuries. Sports medicine class John Hardin Instructor. Anatomy. Bones Ligaments Joints Muscles. Bones. Clavicle Sternal end, distal end Scapula Glenoid fossa, acromion process, coracoid process, spine, supraspinous fossa, infraspinous fossa, vertebral border, inferior angle
Clavicle. Not just an accessory boneConnects thorax to shoulderSC, CC, AC Joint and ligamentsDeltoid, Trapezius, Pec MajorProtects Subclavian Vessels and Brachial Plexus. Clavicle. S shaped double curveMedial end fuses age 22-26Most common Birth Fx (.27-6%)>4000g 13% incidenceConcomitant