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MSK IV Week 6 - Exercises for Shoulder Disorders
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Which of the following is not essential for dynamic stability of the shoulder:
a. adequate compressive forces
b. proprioception and NM control of only UE
c. muscular endurance
d. scapular mobility and stability
b. entire kinetic chain
Which of the following flexibility deficits is associated with slap tears and SIS.
b. posterior inferior GH capsule
c. lat dorsi and teres major
a - poor ROM and excessive protraction
c. poor arm elevation
T/F for maximum gains it is best to use free weights over a theraband with your pt.
F both shown equal
T/F Exercises with increased weight target larger muscle groups over smaller groups
F both are targeted
You are having your pts perform between 8-10 reps of their exercise. What are you likely targeting?
You would expect to see ______________ scapular upward ROT in a pt with adhesive capsulitis and __________________ in a pt with SIS.
Which of the following is not an evidence based exercise for the SCAP:
a. serratus ant. strengthening
b. sup. trap strengthen
c. t-spine flexion exercises
d. pec minor stretching
c. should be ext. exercises
Name the RC muscle associated with the following exercises:
a. full can/prone full can
b. side-lying ER, prone ER at 90 degrees ABD
c. IR at 0 and 90 degrees ABD, IR diagonal exercises
d. push up plus, dynamic hug
b. infraspinatus and teres minor
e. serratus anterior
Which is preferred for supraspinatus, empty for full can?
Put these pushups in recommend sequence
a. elbow pushup
b. wall pushup
c. standard pushup
d. knee pushup
b > e > d > c
Name the trap that benefits from the following exercises
a. prone row and prone horiz abd at 90 degree ER
b. prone full can, prone er at 90 abd, bilateral er
c. shrug, prone row,
Which of the following is not a good exercise to target rhomboids and levator scap:
a. prone row
b. prone extension with ER
c. prone full can
d. prone horiz abd at 90 deg. with er
T/F the 2001 Philadelphia Panel found insufficient evidence for therex for the shoulder.
T/F Therex + MT were shown to provide pain relief and increase function in those with SIS
Which of the following is not recommended for SIS:
a. scapula stabilizers
b. RC stabilizers
c. stretch ant and post capusle
d. joint mobs
What was the shocking result of the Bang and Deyle study in 2003. Hint: EX+MT improved
in addition to reduce pain
Overall, pts with SIS will likely have better function and less pain if _____________ is coupled with exercise.
T/F supervised exercise produced better outcomes than HEP for rotator cuff impingement.
F they had same improvement
T/F There is moderate to strong evidence that surgery is no more effective than PT at treating SIS.
Can conservative treatment be used for full-thickness RC tears?
Which is more preferred for treating shoulder instability, open or close chain exercises?
both are recommended
CKC also improve jt. stability
Pts. with GH instability likely have decreased ___________ and _____________ coactivation and suppressed ___________ stabilization by the traps and serratus.
supraspinatus and subscap
We tend to see pts. with GH instability in positions of excessive
b. anterior tilt
e. a and b
What positions should you avoid combining when rehabing a pt. with RC instability.
ABD and ER
Put these in order for rehabing pt with RC instability
a. serratus and trap strengthing
d. dynamic strengthening of inrasp and teres minor
Which of the following is not recommended for protective phase of treating RC instability:
a. presetting cuff
b. closed chain on table
c. stretch RC
d. submax isometrics
Strengthening the RC in the intermediate phase is critical, but we should focus on high ___________________ not ______________.
An unstable base under the upper limb enhances:
a. NM control
c. core stability
d. all of the above
During the intermediate phase you want to focus on
a. RC activation with isometrics
b. dynamic strength
c. scapular muscle balance and endurance
d. presetting cuff
Which of the following is not a good exercise for pts. in the advance phase of RC instability:
a. pushups on ball
c. strengthening with focus on speed and load
d. pushups on wall
d. more early phase
What are the 5 main components an athlete should gain before return to sport?
T/F if confidence is lacking an athlete is at risk for recurrence of instability
What is the main test for return to sport for RC instability?
Which is best for a pt. with frozen shoulder: supervised neglect or intensive PT
neglect! in other words don't push too much
Which is better for short term pain, disability, and ROM in frozen shoulder, corticosteroid injections or PT?
When is it is it important to do short duration ROM work with pts with frozen shoulder? High grade mobilizations? Heat and Ice?
a. low irritability
b. high irritability
c. moderate irritability
d. all of the above
b and c
How many seconds do you want to provide conduct AROM exercises for pts with moderate irritability frozen shoulder?
a. 1-5 sec
b. 5-15 sec
c. 10 - 30 sec
d. 1+ minute
a - high irritability
What was found to provide small positive effects for pts with yellow flags, pain catastrophizing and fearful behavior and frozen shoulder?
Graded exposure exercise
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