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Shoulder Impingement

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ryan lolol

on 11 March 2011

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Transcript of Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder Impingement Syndrome By: Ryan Manh Anatomy Bones
Scapula

Humerus Muscles
Rotator Cuff Glenoid Cavity/Fossa Acromion Process Description of injury Use of overhead movement of the arm
Supraspinatus tendon weakens
Forces humerus up
Squeeze between acromion process & Humerus
Subacromial bursitis
Can be a combination
Lead to more severe injuries(rotator cuff tears) Cause of Injury Consistent overhead movement
causes wear and tear Signs and Symptoms Pain on anterior shoulder joint
Reaching above
Laying down on affected side
Irritation even without movement Treatment of Injury R.I.C.E. ( Rest, Ice, Compression, & Elevation
Non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs
Injections of: Local anaesthesia, Cortisone
Rehabilitation (stretch, resistant bands)
Severe:
Arthroscopic technique
Open technique (anterior deltoid) Timeline Depends on severity
Suggested to avoid any movement
can be up to 2-3 months for intermediate injury
5-6 months for severe injury Other Information Subacromial bursa Ligaments
Coracoacromial ligament Can affect both muscle and tendon
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