31 Aug

Personal Training in Marylebone and Moorgate

Personal Training in Marylebone and Moorgate To book your personal training call 02035533663 and begin the change Tailored programs delivered in a fun and motivational environment to achieve your goals in the most efficient way. We’ll focus on the details to get the most out of every exercise. Movement Perfected, 3 Spanish Place, W1U 3HX [huge_it_maps […]

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30 Aug

Notes and Admin

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30 Aug

ASD/ACJ Excision

This is indicated when an inflammatory process or scuffing on the under surface of the acromion, coracoacromial ligament and on the bursal side of the rotator cuff (i.e. presence of impingement). Usually this intervention is grouped into subacromial decompression only and subacromial decompression with rotator cuff repair (Judge et al., 2014).   Function: The AC […]

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30 Aug

Biceps Tenodesis

Function: Biceps is commonly known as the flexor of the elbow and supinator of the forearm ; biomechanically he is also a depressor of the humeral head (Cofield and Sperling, 2010). Some research also says it is a stabilizer of the shoulder joint.     Common reasons: This can especially be an efficient treatment method […]

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30 Aug

Capsular Shrinkage/ Capsular Plication

This procedure is used in case of: atraumatic instability, as part of a Bankart repair for traumatic instability or for internal impingement (Thrower’s shoulder).   Function: Capsular shrinkage causes restricted movement, although, when intact, it is very thin and does not contribute to the stability in the shoulder joint- capsule tensioning is usually indicated by […]

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30 Aug

Fracture Shoulder Replacement

Function: The humeral head is the “ball” part of the socket and ball joint; in case of a severe injury, the humeral head can be replaced by an artificial head and the glenoid (socket part) by an artificial socket in order to regain mobility in the shoulder joint and to guarantee healing (Walch and Boileau, […]

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30 Aug

Reverse Shoulder Replacement (Delta 3):

Function: The humeral head is the “ball” part of the socket and ball joint; in case of a severe injury, the humeral head can be replaced by an artificial head and the glenoid (socket part) by an artificial socket in order to regain mobility in the shoulder joint and to guarantee healing (Walch and Boileau, […]

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30 Aug

Rotator Cuff Repair

The arthroscopic repair of the rotator cuff has shown good long-term results; including many factors, patient and surgeon related, which influence the outcome and healing after the surgery (Abtahi, Granger and Tashjian, 2015). Function: Rotator cuff tendinopathy refers to dysfunction within one or more of these tendons. Patients present themselves with reduced range of movement, […]

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30 Aug

Shoulder Fracture Fixation

Proximal humerus fractures are most common in elderly population following a fall, or in younger patients after a traumatic accident (Jo and Gardner, 2012).    Function: The shoulder joint is a ball (humeral head) and socket (glenoid fossa of the shoulder blade) joint. The shape of this joint allows a wide range of movement, similar […]

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30 Aug

Cervical Stenosis

Cervical stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal in the cervical region ( C1-C7). It compresses the nerve roots where they leave the spinal cord. The symptoms of cervical stenosis are head-neck-shoulder pain caused by the degeneration of the disc and instability.. This form of spinal stenosis is more dangerous than lumbar spinal stenosis. […]

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