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Scapular Asymmetry normals
15-18cm, 1-1.5 difference between sides
What is a cluster for a SLAP tear that is SENSITIVE
Load + Shift
What is a cluster for SLAP tear that is SPECIFIC
Bicep Load II
SLAP tear (instability + labral tear) cluster
bicep load II
what is a cluster used for impingement?
external rotation resistance
Tests that would help determine a labral tear
Tests that would help determine a problem with impingement
Tests that would help determine a rotator cuff problem
tests for bicep tendinopathy
External rotation with forearm supinator
tests to use for dislocations
**Check for circulation, fractures, sensory/motor
tests to use for AC separations
Pn with palpation
What is a grade 1 sprain?
no laxity but pain
what is a grade 2 sprain?
laxity with end feel and may or may not have pain
what is a grade 3 sprain?
laxity with no end-feel and may or may not have pain.
what might you see in a patient's history when they come in with instability?
Trauma or overuse
what 3 tests would appear as a positive with isntability?
load & shift
DDx for instability?
impingement or labral tears
what could be a potential treatment for a patient who comes in with instability
in regards to the scapulohumeral rhythm, how much motion does the scapula have during abduction?
what are the fundamental treatment principles?
assess cervical and thoracic spine
screening any distal joints the pain may cross
take a patient history
what are some red flags to be aware of when treating a patient?
pathology from spine or chest wall
what organs, while diseased, would cause pain in the right shoulder?
liver and gall bladder
what ddx can cause pain to the left shoulder?
ruptured spleen and pancreas disease
if the sternoclavicular joint is dislocated, where would it displace?
medially, upward and forward
this may impinge the trachea or damage blood vessels
if the clavicle goes posterior, what could potentially happen?
the carotid and subclavian arteries can be occluded
what part of the clavicle is typically fractured?
if a patient has a distal clavicular fracture, what would you rule out?
a shoulder pointer is very common in arm tackles, what would be a recommended treatment?
ICE S2, pad/support, pulsed ultrasound
what is the most common part of the scapula to be fractured?
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