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Shoulder

Shoulder

Shoulder. Anatomy Review. 2 bones Scapula Humerus 4 joints Gleno-humeral Acromio-clavicular Sterno-clavicular Scapulo-thoracic. Rotator Cuff Muscles S I T S. Scapular Muscles Move Scapula / Greater ROM Fixate Scapula on thorax Rhomboid Major / Minor Levator Scapula

By Jimmy
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The Musculoskeletal Examination in the Elderly

The Musculoskeletal Examination in the Elderly

The Musculoskeletal Examination in the Elderly. PPC 1-30-2007 10:00 Block 3- 2006 R Williams, MD. Objectives. Review the adult musculoskeletal examination Classify the common musculoskeletal conditions and risks inherent with aging

By Olivia
(1654 views)

Common Sport Injuries

Common Sport Injuries

When things go wrong!. Common Sport Injuries. Tissue Properties. Every tissue in the body has a specific design and purpose and so they all have a specific tolerance and breakpoint. If this point is exceeded injury results. Tissue Properties.

By elina
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THE SHOULDER: Evaluation and Treatment of Common Injuries

THE SHOULDER: Evaluation and Treatment of Common Injuries

THE SHOULDER: Evaluation and Treatment of Common Injuries. Brandon Mines, MD Emory Sports Medicine Center March 18 th , 2010. The Shoulder. Anatomy History Physical Examination Common shoulder injuries Acromioclavicular joint sprain Impingement Rotator Cuff Tear Adhesive Capsulitis

By landis
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The course and conduct of normal labor and delivery

The course and conduct of normal labor and delivery

The course and conduct of normal labor and delivery. Emilia Brzezińska Division of Perinatal Medicine. A definition of labor. Progressive dilatation of the uterine cervix in association with repetitive uterine contractions. Spontaneous or induced Term or preterm. Important terms.

By graceland
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Orthopedic Physical Assessment

Orthopedic Physical Assessment

Orthopedic Physical Assessment. Jan Bazner-Chandler RN, MSN, CNS, CPNP. Newborn Physical Assessment . Family History. Any family members with musculoskeletal problems; genetic component. Birth History. Weight and height Gestational age Birth presentation Single or multiple birth

By rusty
(651 views)

Compare and Contrast: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty vs Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty

Compare and Contrast: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty vs Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty

Compare and Contrast: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty vs Reverse Shoulder Arthroplasty. Erin Rencher. Objectives. To understand common conditions that lead to Total Shoulder Arthroplasties. To explain differences between Total Shoulder Arthroplasty and Reverse Total Shoulder Arthroplasty.

By keala
(241 views)

Review of the Shoulder Complex

Review of the Shoulder Complex

Review of the Shoulder Complex . List the planes in which each of the following shoulder girdle movements occur. . a. Adduction Transverse plane b. Abduction Transverse plane c. Rotation upward Frontal plane d. Rotation downward Frontal plane e. Elevation Frontal plane

By jana
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The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle

The Hip Joint and Pelvic Girdle. Anatomy and Physiology of Human Movement 420:050. Objectives. Bones, bony landmarks and joints Muscles Movements. Hip Joint. Hip joint (femur and acetabulum of pelvis) Relatively stable due to: Bony architecture Strong ligaments

By kale
(823 views)

Shoulder

Shoulder

Shoulder. Glenohumeral Joint. AP shoulder girdle. Three projections with different positions of the arm will demonstrate the humeral head & neck in different views. AP with arm in external rotation – True AP AP with arm in neutral position

By garson
(475 views)

The Shoulder Joint

The Shoulder Joint

The Shoulder Joint. Muscles of the Shoulder Joint. Chapter 5. Anterior Shoulder Muscles. Coracobrachialis Pectoralis Major Subscapularis. Coracobrachialis. O: Coracoid process I: Anteromedial surface of midshaft of humerus Actions: Flexion Adduction of the shoulder

By kory
(306 views)

The Shoulder Complex

The Shoulder Complex

The Shoulder Complex. Muscles of the AC Joint. Chapter 4. Movements of the Scapula . 1. Elevation 2. Depression 3. Adduction (retraction) 4. Abduction (protraction). 5. Downward rotation 6. Upward rotation. Anterior Muscles. Pectoralis Minor Serratus Anterior. Pectoralis Minor.

By ardith
(424 views)

Gait & Gait Aids

Gait & Gait Aids

Gait & Gait Aids. Associate professor shereen algergawy Rheumatology and rehabilitation department. Normal Gait & Abnormal Gait. Why we should know “Normal Gait”. If we have sound knowledge of the characteristics of normal gait. We can accurately detect & interprete

By harlow
(2843 views)

A Review of the Shoulder Muscles and Their Actions

A Review of the Shoulder Muscles and Their Actions

A Review of the Shoulder Muscles and Their Actions. What muscle works closely with the anterior deltoid? Pectoralis major What muscle is involved in any lifting movements? Deltoid What is the major (strongest) extensor muscle? Latissimus Dorsi Name the four rotator cuff muscles.

By benjamin
(782 views)

Rehabilitation following Hip arthroscopy

Rehabilitation following Hip arthroscopy

Rehabilitation following Hip arthroscopy. Prof. Ernest Schilders Leeds Metropolitan University Bradford Teaching Hospitals. Questions to answer before we start our rehab program.

By Rita
(359 views)

The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint. MOVEMENT. Flexion Extension Abduction Adduction Internal Rotation External Rotation. Bony Anatomy. The hip joint is the hip bone fused with the ilium, ischium, and pubis The hip bone forms the bony connection between the sacrum and femur. Ilium.

By Leo
(218 views)

Musculoskeletal

Musculoskeletal

Musculoskeletal. Development. Children are more likely to fracture than sprain Ligaments are stronger than bone until adolescence During adolescence, there is a greater potential for injury Rapid growth leads to: Decreased strength in the epiphyses Decreased strength and flexibility

By lakia
(264 views)

Back Safety, Safe Patient Handling, & Assisted Mobility Skills

Back Safety, Safe Patient Handling, & Assisted Mobility Skills

Back Safety, Safe Patient Handling, & Assisted Mobility Skills. Finger Lakes DDSO New Employee Orientation April 2012. What is Back Safety/Safe Patient Handling(SPH)? 1. A set of policies and programs designed to decrease the strain and injury on staff while they move and care for consumers

By eris
(453 views)

Anatomy and Therapy Techniques for Shoulder Injuries

Anatomy and Therapy Techniques for Shoulder Injuries

Anatomy and Therapy Techniques for Shoulder Injuries. For people with shoulder injuries. By: Nicholas Consoli. Warning Signs of Shoulder Injuries. Is your shoulder stiff? Can you rotate arm normally? Does shoulder feel dislocated? Do you lack strength?. Shoulder Anatomy . Clavicle .

By lula
(217 views)

Normal Labor and Delivery

Normal Labor and Delivery

Normal Labor and Delivery. Midwifery Division Department of OB/GYN University of North Carolina School of Medicine. OBJECTIVES. Define labor and its stages Exam of the laboring woman and her fetus Review the cardinal movements of labor and birth Review Disorders of Labor

By lorand
(952 views)

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