Shoulder Evaluation. Chapter 13, p. 424. Shoulder Anatomy: Scapula. Borders inferior superior Fossa supraspinous infraspinous Processes coracoid acromion Motion (scaption). Shoulder Anatomy: Humerus . Humeral head Tuberosities: Greater (lateral) Lesser (medial)
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Chapter 13, p. 424
assists deltoid in ABD
only pure IR muscle
Fig. 13-15, p. 433Shoulder Anatomy: Rotator Cuff(P. 432)
know the anatomy
know the biomechanics
worsen or improve with activity?
Duration of pain?
Mechanism of injury
“sliding out of place”
aching or “dead”
poppingShoulder Evaluation: History(p. 437-439)
Bankart Tear--p. 463
Torn anterior labrum following chronic GH instability
Labrum avulses from glenoid fossa