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Upper limb pain can have many causes, and thorough examination of the cervical spine and associated neurology is critical in differentiating cervical spine referred pain and guiding management.
Having excluded other causes of shoulder pain, we now look at the clinical classification of shoulder conditions to help guide management.
Mr Khalid Mohammed discusses orthopaedic referral criteria, clinical & imaging diagnosis, surgical decision-making, techniques & outcomes. Includes post-op rehabilitation for common shoulder surgeries.
The ability to differentiate the AC joint as the source of pain, then sub-differentiate specific pathologies that vary in investigations, management and prognosis, is essential in the effective management of AC joint conditions.
The sternoclavicular joint can be affected by a range of primary pathologies, and is involved in a number of systemic disease processes. Differential diagnosis is critical in identifying red flags & guiding appropriate management.
Atraumatic, rotator cuff related pain (RCRP) encompasses a number of subacromial conditions that are managed non-operatively.
Massive or inoperable rotator cuff tears require specific rehabilitation, and many patients regain good upper limb function.
Accurate classification of shoulder instability is essential in determining appropriate management, and whether imaging or orthopaedic referral required.
Traumatic and atraumatic instability differ in the structural and neuromuscular mechanisms. An accurate diagnosis is required to ensure appropriate treatment is provided.
Non-surgical management forms the basis of treatment for many patients with instability. Understanding & being able to assess specific neuromuscular impairments is essential in the physiotherapy management of shoulder instability.
In this webinar we will overview some of the latest evidence in frozen shoulder research and combine a clinical reasoning framework to provide simple and practical advice for managing people with Frozen Shoulder.
In this webinar we look at the principles of rehabilitation for rotator cuff rehabilitation. We challenge the beliefs about effects of exercise for rotator cuff related pain and discuss a new way of thinking about rehabilitation.
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