By S. Brent Brotzman MD, Kevin E. Wilk PT DPT
Spohn health facility, Corpus Christi, TX. guide of rehabilitation protocols for orthopedic stipulations and damage. Protocols are in tabular structure. For orthopedists or actual therapists. Halftone illustrations. sixteen members, 15 U.S. DNLM: Orthopedics - equipment - handbooks.
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Elbow extensors / flexors. • Use compression dressing, ice 4 to 5 times daily. 5 to 10 days • Perform ROM exercises to tolerance (at least 20 to 90 degrees). • Use overpressure into extension. • Use joint mobilization to reestablish ROM. • Continue wrist flexion/ extension stretches. • Continue isometrics. • Continue use of ice and compression to control swelling. 11 to 14 days Perform ROM exercises to tolerance (at least 10 to 100 degrees). • Use overpressure into extension (3 to 4 times daily).