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  • StatPearls: Rotator Cuff Injury [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) May Todd T Intermountain Healthcare Garmel Gus M. GM Stanford University, Kaiser Permanente BOOK
  • The shoulder joint classifies as a ball and socket joint; however, the joint sacrifices stability for mobility. The glenoid is a shallow rim, and one description is as looking like a golf ball on a tee or a basketball on a dinner plate. The rotator cuff consists of four muscles originating on the scapula and inserting on the superior humeral head to improve stability. The subscapularis inserts on…
  • Effects of eccentric exercise in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Journal Article]
    BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2019; 20(1):446Larsson R, Bernhardsson S, Nordeman L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Evidence of low certainty suggests that eccentric exercise may provide a small but likely not clinically important reduction in pain compared with other types of exercise in patients with subacromial impingement syndrome. It is uncertain whether eccentric exercise improves function more than other types of exercise (very low certainty of evidence). Methodological limitations of existing studies make these findings susceptible to change in the future.
  • Calcific tendinosis of rotator cuff with intraosseous extension. [Journal Article]
    J Med Imaging Radiat Oncol 2019Jain TP, Damiani M
  • Calcific tendinosis is characterized by macroscopic deposits of hydroxyapatite within the tendon. Commonest location is rotator cuff of shoulder. Cortical erosion with intraosseous migration of calcium deposits is rare complication of this condition. It may be confused with neoplasm or infection, resulting in unnecessary biopsies or interventions. The knowledge of this uncommon complication and i…
  • Non-surgical treatment of patellar tendinopathy: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials. [Review]
    J Sci Med Sport 2019Vander Doelen T, Jelley W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Isometric exercise, patellar strapping, sports taping, eccentric exercise, injections with PRP, ABI, and saline and DN demonstrated a short-term pain relieving and functional improvement effect in subjects with patellar tendinopathy. Longer term follow up on interventions involving eccentric exercise, DN, and injections with PRP, ABI and saline showed sustained pain reduction and improvement in knee function.
  • A COMPREHENSIVE REHABILITATION PROGRAM FOR TREATING LATERAL ELBOW TENDINOPATHY. [Journal Article]
    Int J Sports Phys Ther 2019; 14(5):818-829Day JM, Lucado AM, Uhl TL
  • Scapular muscle weakness in patients with lateral elbow tendinopathy is an identified impairment and is part of a multimodal rehabilitation approach. The published literature provides little information regarding specific rehabilitation guidelines that address both the proximal scapular muscle weakness and local elbow/wrist dysfunctions common in patients with lateral elbow tendinopathy. The purp…
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