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closed packed position for the AC joint 90 degrees of abduction
scapula sits at t2-t7
fucntion of the scapula stable base for muscles
how many degrees of scapular elevation in shoulder flexion 60
glenohumeral to scapular elevation ratio 2:1 through entire range
proximal stability for.. distal mobility
elements of the GH joint humeral head, glenoid fossa, glenoid labrum, stabilizing structures (RC ligaments)
is the humeral head convex or concave convex
glenoid fossa is convex or concave concave
function of the glenoid labrum stability and reduce compression
ligamentous structures anterior gh lihament (3 aspects); coracohumeral ligament; coracoacromial arch; capsule
motion restrictions of the shoulder OA, adhesive capsulitis
instability of the shoulder subluxation; dislocation; fracture; labral disruptions
functional factors that contribute to impingement RC weakness, RC scarring, capsular hyper/hypomobility; scapular malposition; periscapular weakness; decreased cervicothoracic mobility
3 stages of impingement inflammation; fibrosis and tendonitis; bone spurs and tendon ruptures
non-operative treatment program acute, intermediate and chronic
acute 7-10 days; diminish pain and inflammation; normalize motion; pt education; re establish baseline dynamic stability
intermediate phase full, painfree ROM; improve strength and endurance; maintain joint dynamic stability and posture
chronic phase maintain capsular and muscular flexibility; continue improvement in strength and endurance; gradual return to activities and sports
Created by: bsa8581