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Flexor Tendon repairs

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rotator cuff tear usually degenerative, occurs overtime with impingement of supraspinatus tendon betewwn acromon and greater tubercule
signs of Rotator Cuff tear decsease AROM on ABD, no reduction of PROM, Drop arm test +
PT interventions for Rotator Cuff tear return of normal strenght, endurance, coordination, scapulothoracic and glenohumeral rhythm with overhead activities
duration of immobilization in Flexor tendon repair 3-4 weeks
position of hand in splint in FTR wrist and digits flexed, rubber band traction applied to keep IP joints in 30-50 degree of passive flexion
when AROM is initiated in FTR after 4 weeks, to tollerance
what is the goal in FTR manage the soft tissue by providing collagen remodeling which preserves free tendon gliding
what exercises are initiated first in FTR extension before flexion
when to start resistive ROM aftern full AROM is achieved
Created by: kasia1