By Frederick A. Matsen III MD, Steven B. Lippitt MD
This finished, new consultant essentially offers the rules of either basic and irregular shoulder mechanics and indicates clinicians the right way to effectively practice a number of approaches. The authors concentrate on time-tested recommendations and the elemental instruments each physician has at their disposal...instead of these that want distinct, complicated, or pricey gear. Over 1,400 great unique illustrations reveal each vital step.Provides the clinical foundations upon which shoulder surgical procedure needs to be dependent, permitting the general practitioner to make diversifications in keeping with a patient's particular mechanical situation.Describes systems which were constantly winning in dealing with mechanical difficulties of the shoulder.Features 1,400 illustrations through a shoulder physician who's additionally a qualified artist thoroughly painting either anatomic positive aspects and step by step procedures.Uses a constant structure all through for simple reference.
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6–11). Spot welds or scarring across the humeroscapular motion interface can restrict the range of glenohumeral rotation (Fig. 6–12). Such scarring and adhesions are particularly likely to occur after previous surgery or injury causing bleeding around the shoulder. They seem to be particularly common after acromioplasty, cuff surgery (Fig. 6–13), or fracture surgery when early postoperative motion was not implemented. These adhesions can be quite thick and strong, so that attempting to lyse them with a manipulation can require a substantial amount of force that may jeopardize the integrity of the humerus or cuff.
Trapezius strengthening: The trapezius is strengthened by the patient’s shrugging the shoulder upward while holding a weight in the hand (Fig. 5–8). Figure 5–8. Trapezius strengthening The trapezius is strengthened by the patient’s shrugging the shoulders upward while a weight is held in the hand. (From Matsen FA, Lippitt SB, Sidles JA, et al [eds]: Practical Evaluation and Management of the Shoulder. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1994, p. ) 27 28 CHAPTER 5 Principles of Postsurgical Rehabilitation 4.
6–31), preserving the contribution of the labrum to glenohumeral stability. In the process of capsular release, it is important to protect the Normal Capsular Laxity Coracohumeral Ligament Stiff Capsule Figure 6–29. The stiff glenohumeral joint Stiffness of the glenohumeral joint is commonly related to contracture of the coracohumeral ligament and obliteration of the axillary recess. Release From Coracoid Figure 6–30. Release of the coracohumeral ligament The coracohumeral ligament is released from the base of the coracoid process, allowing the subscapularis and supraspinatus unrestricted gliding past the coracoid.