Shoulder Mobilizations. Anterior-Posterior GH Mobilization (High Grade) ... Both hands grasp the glenohumeral joint at the site of articulation with the thumbs on the superior-anterior surface, and the fingers wrapped around the posterior-inferior aspect of the joint.
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Peripheral Joint Mobilization Mobilization - is a passive movement performed slowly by the athletic trainer/therapist, it is controlled enough that the patient can stop the movement any time Goal is to provide a safe and effective means for restoring normal joint play and/or decreasing pain ...
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Joint Mobilization Dr. Afaf A.M. Shaheen Lecture 5 RHS 322 * * RHS 322 Treatment Force & Direction of Movement Treatment force is applied as close to the opposing joint surface as possible The larger the contact surface is, the more comfortable the procedure will be (use flat surface of hand vs ...
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Shoulder Girdle Complex. Glenohumeral Joint. The concave glenoid fossa receives the convex humeral head. Resting Position. The shoulder is abducted 55, horizontally adducted 30, and rotated so the forearm is in the horizontal plane
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Neurodynamic mobilization Principles of Treatment Position patient to the point of tension , then actively or passively more one joint in the pattern in such a way as to stretch then release the tension After several treatments and the tissue response is known, self-stretching is taught ULTT1 ...
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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 Cause: fall on outstretched arm, fall on tip of shoulder ...
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Joint Mobilizations Loss of proper arthrokinematics following immobilization is expected Joint mobilization and traction can be very useful to increase mobility and ... must be pain free Shoulder and grip exercises should also be performed Continuous passive motion units followed by ...
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Joint mobilization. It differ from stretching in that they . specifically address restricted capsular tissue by replicating normal joint mechanics
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Chapter 22: The Shoulder Complex The shoulder is an extremely complicated region of the body Joint which has a high degree of mobility but not without compromising stability Involved in a variety of overhead activities relative to sport making it susceptible to a number of repetitive and ...
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The effect of Joint Mobilization as a component of comprehensive treatment for primary shoulder impingement syndrome. J . Orthop. Sports Phys . Ther. 1998;28:3-14.
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Chapter 18: The Shoulder Complex * * * * * * * * Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Cause of Injury Mechanical compression of supraspinatus tendon, ... and neuromuscular control to shoulder complex Must be addressed in rehab Removal of brace should be followed w/ joint mobilization of clavicle, ...
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Chapter 23: The Elbow Jennifer Doherty-Restrepo, MS, LAT, ATC Academic Program Director, Entry-Level ATEP Florida International University Acute Care and Injury Prevention
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Elbow and Forearm Chapter 18 Half this game is ninety percent mental. Danny Ozark, Philadelphia Phillies Mgr. Characteristics of the Elbow Most muscles crossing the elbow are two-joint muscles Angular velocity at the elbow during pitching is 2300 degrees/second Biceps and triceps co-contract to ...
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Shoulder Complex Chapter 18 Shoulder Anatomy Clavicle Scapula Humerus Articulations: Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Glenohumeral joint Ligaments AC Glenohumeral lig Musculature Scapular muscles Bursae Nerve Supply Blood Supply Preventing/Assessing Shoulder Injuries Proper ...
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Evidence-based Shoulder RehabilitationObjectives: Review Shoulder Anatomy. Understand Occupational Shoulder Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) ... Joint Mobilization: passive movements applied to tissue or a joint in a controlled manner to improve ROM, ...
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Shoulder Joint Mobilization Used to re-establish appropriate joint arthrokinematics Used w ... The scapula stabilizing muscles and the relationship with the other joints of the shoulder complex and the glenohumeral joint is critical Scapulohumeral Rhythm Movement of scapula relative to the ...
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SHOULDER GIRDLE REGION Anatomy Injuries Special Tests Skeletal Anatomy SHOULDER JOINTS SHOULDER LIGAMENTS GLENOID LABRUM GROSS ANATOMY ROTATOR CUFF MUSCLES SHLD MUSCLE MOVEMENTS ROTATORS MEDIAL ANTERIOR DELTOID Latissimus Dorsi Teres Major SUBSCAPULARIS LATERAL Posterior Deltoid Supraspinatus ...
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Rehabilitating Impairments of the Painful Shoulder ... peripheral nerve entrapment site Nonoperative Interventions Oral medications Corticosteriod injections Exercise Joint mobilization Distension Acupuncture Manipulation Nerve blocks Phase 1 Treatment Moist hot packs/electrical stimulation ...
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Chapter 6: The Shoulder Anatomy, Function, and Dysfunction of the Shoulder Complex General Overview Bones: scapula, clavicle, sternum, humerus, ribs Joints Typical: glenohumeral, sternoclavicular, acromioclavicular, scapulothoracic Functional: coracoacromial arch Shoulder facts Most mobile joint ...
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Hand to Shoulder Care Mapleton Hill Orthopaedics, P.C. ... joints Dorsal spanning plate application * Overview Thumb arthritis Finger arthritis Wrist arthritis Ulnar impaction SLAC wrist SNAC wrist Thumb Arthritis Thumb ... (joint mobilization, neural mobilization, exercise) Sham ...
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... from the shoulder girdle are more effective when the shoulder pain is not related to decreased ROM in the glenohumeral joint Thoracic Position on Shoulder ROM & Strength McClure ... April 2000 Mobilization of T4 decreased pain in patients dx. with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome ...
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Joint Mobilizations. Wrist and hand respond to traction and mobilization techniques. Joint Mobilization (cont.) Can be used to increase specific ranges of motion. Flexibility. Full pain free ROM is a major goal of rehabilitation.
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COMMON SHOULDER PROBLEMS Kevin deWeber, MD, FAAFP, FACSM Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship USUHS * -Anterior dislocation occurs when the arm is externally rotated, pushed from behind, abducted with posterior force, or extended with a posterior force -Most commonly, the child falls on the ...
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Shoulder Derangement with an Underlying Dysfunction from ... Attempted mobilization with movement with shoulder abduction to increase ROM ... an assessment and treatment on Sammie’s right upper extremity and noted increased tissue texture in right anterior shoulder, AC joint and long head ...
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... . 29 May 2007 Dr. Jack Dolbin DC Session 3 KT KT may assist clinicians to obtain immediate improvement in pain-free shoulder abduction. Long term no more ... Exercise: Joint mobilization Activates mechanoreceptors Breaks down adhesions Decrease congestion in joint Relieves ...
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Title: Cervical Spine Evaluation and Treatment The Role of Manipulation Author: PT DEPARTMENT Last modified by: Tara Jo Manal Created Date: 1/6/1998 2:20:06 PM
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... gentle joint mobilization and biomechanical correction, ... increased the proprioceptive acuity of the shoulder joint. Exercise and Joint Protection “Dynamic Stabilization”, or the use of exercise to promote joint stabilization, ...
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Mechanism of Injury Injuries to be Covered AC separation Clavicle fracture Scapula fracture Shoulder dislocation Humeral Fractures ... coracoid process Normal AC joint AC ... Velpeau Uncomplicated: sling x 3-4/52 if < 20 y.o., 1-2/52 if > 40 y.o. (early mobilization!) Complications ...
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Shoulder function. Scapular Winging: Anterior Shoulder posture: TOS. Pronation. Asymetry. Pelvic Unleveling. Passive: note end feel. Hard or mushy. Active: Neuromuscular Control. Range of Motion. ... Joint Mobilization/Manipulation. History: 7 Point History Minimum. Observation of injured part.
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Shoulder rotation ROM is progressed from 0 to 30, 45 and 90 degrees of abduction. Pendulum, rope and pulley exercises. ... ROM – joint mobilization and self capsular stretches. Strengthening advance – tubing against gravity, scaption.
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In this case the P = patient is someone with recalcitrant adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder I = intervention is joint manipulation under local anesthetic block C = comparison is a continuing program of joint mobilization, stretching, ...
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Where is it? “Determining the Relationship of the Axillary Nerve to the Shoulder Joint Capsule from an Arthroscopic ... Portal Placement Must allow access to the inferior aspect of the anterior and posterior glenoid for capsule and labrum mobilization and suture anchor placement ...
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shoulder shoulder osteology shoulder osteology ... 1973-37% r.c tears: etiology extrinsic factors acromial shape outlet stenosis ac joint djd os acromiale intrinsic factors supraspinatus nerve palsy glenohumeral instability hypovascularity ... arthroscopic mobilization of tendon 1.
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joint stiffness (particularly the shoulder, neck or upper back) shoulder instability. bony anomalies of the acromion or AC joint. muscle tightness (particularly the rotator cuff, pectorals and deltoid)
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... for ulnar nerve pathology Last muscle innervated by the deep branch of the ulnar nerve + sign: ... Goal is for pain-free elbow, forearm, wrist, and finger motion Gentle ROM (not end-range) and flexibility of arm & shoulder Joint mobilization ...
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Arthrokinematics. Osteokinematic ... (shoulder motions) Empty End Feel- lack of mechanical limitation of joint range of motion. (when there is pain or injury) Lets try it!! ... Joint Mobilization- passive oscillation or sustained stretch applied at a slow speed.
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... Taping Cervical Spine ... Taping Cervical Spine * Posterior Spine Mulligan Technique Following Joint Mobilization 2” strip across the segment ... Scapular taping decreased upper trapezius and increased lower trapezius activity in people with suspected shoulder impingement ...
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Elbow Lateral Epicondylitis (tennis elbow) Pathology 30 – 50 years old Repetitive micro-trauma Chronic tear in the origin of the extensor carpi radialis brevis Lateral Epicondylitis (tennis elbow) Mechanism of Injury Overuse syndrome caused by repeated forceful wrist and finger movements ...
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... they don’t force the joint Joint Mobilizations Loss of proper arthrokinematics following immobilization is expected Joint mobilization and traction can be very useful to increase ... determine presence of nerve root compression or irritation in cervical or shoulder region Tinel’s ...
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Upper Extremity Overuse Injuries. Kevin deWeber, MD, FAAFP, ... -Joint mobilization, strengthening should be isometric in nature. Can use cryotherapy, US, ... Patients may describe a deep vague pain within the shoulder joint in association with weakness or stiffness .
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... (if necessary) E-Stim Joint Mobilization (grade 1 ... as needed Start with active range of motion Add isometrics below shoulder level Flexibility ... 1_Oriel 2_Oriel 3_Oriel 4_Oriel 5_Oriel 6_Oriel ARTHROSCOPIC ACROMIOPLASTY DEFINITION ACROMION PROCESS PATIENT HISTORY ...
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... massage, joint mobilization that involves gentle traction, rotation, and lateral side bending Brachial Plexus Injury (pinched nerve) Cause = stinger/burner, ... numbness and tingling pain down shoulder to hand, ...
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... excessive looseness or freedom of movement in a joint Stretching & Mobilization Indications for Stretching ... shoulder, wrist, etc. Less effective with deep muscle or deep joint trauma Hip, thigh, ...
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Patient Education Handouts and Home Exercise Programming ... ligament repair, and early mobilization. J Bone Joint Surg. 2004;86:274-80. Ikeda M ... Seen Diagnoses Addressed Elbow Fracture Brachial Plexus Injury Ankle Sprain Low Back Pain Patellafemoral Pain Hip Pain Shoulder ...
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... ROM, or resistance Butler, 1991 Management Patient education Non-neural tissue Joint mobilization, soft-tissue ... techniques Neurodynamics Technique Moses prayer Shoulder depression & Scapular ... Pain Physical Assessment Management Neural Mobilization Neurodynamics ...
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Incidence Shoulder is the most commonly dislocated joint Traumatic Dislocations Anterior 96% Posterior 2-4% Diverse group of ... Immobilization for 3-4 weeks after shoulder dislocation does NOT change the prognosis compared with immediate mobilization Internal vs External Rotation ...
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Patients with grade 3 or 4 fatty degeneration DO NOT improve with rot cuff repair ... cases of injury of the shoulder joint, with remarks ... GH Joint and Subacromial Joint Inspection Bursal debridement Acromioplasty Cuff mobilization Repair ...
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Effects of Immobilization and Deconditioning William ... Cardiovascular Respiratory Muscular Skeletal Joint & CTD Gastrointestinal Genitourinary Integumentary Endocrine ... Spasticity Muscles most affected: hip flexors, hands, gastroc, shoulder abd/IR’s Contractures (cont ...
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