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Shoulder girldle

Kinesiology Exam 2 -Shoulder Joint

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What are common shoulder pathologies? 1.Acromioclavicular separation 2.Clavicle Fracture 3.Anterior shoulder dislocation 4.Glenohumeral subluxation/instability 5.Subacromial impingement 6.Adhesive capsules (frozen shoulder) 7.Rotator cuff tears 8.Bicipital tendonitis
What are the 3 types of levers? 1.1st Class Lever - Fulcum is in middle 2.2nd Class Lever 3.3rd Class Lever - Axis at one end, force is in middle, resistance is at other end.
What is the advantage of the 1st class lever? Balance
What is the 2ns class lever designed for? Power. *Very few in the human body.
Which lever is most prevalent in the human body? 3rd class lever. *Advantage is ROM.
What is the role of the rotator cuff muscles? To keep the head of the humerus "rotating" against the glenoid fossa during joint motion.
What are the symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome? Numbness and tingling in the hand (often at night). Pain and weakness -especially in thumb, index and middle finger.
What is the cause of carpal tunnel syndrome? Repetitive motions. Compression of the median nerve within the carpal tunnel.
How do you fix carpal tunnel? Cut the transverse ligament to relieve symptoms. Allows for more room.
What are the motions at the glenohumeral joint?
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