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Title Disorders of the scapula and their role in shoulder injury : a clinical guide to evaluation and management / W. Ben Kibler, Aaron D. Sciascia, editors
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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Description 1 online resource (xxi, 219 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents Foreword I ; Why This Book Should Be Written (A Shoulder Surgeon's Viewpoint); Recognition; Rotator Cuff Issues; AC and Clavicle Issues; Instability Issues; References; Foreword II ; References; Preface; Contents; List of Contributors; Part I: The Basics; 1: Anatomy of the Scapula; Introduction; Scapula: Anatomy; References; 2: Mechanics of the Scapula in Shoulder Function and Dysfunction; Introduction; Overview of Component Joint Motions and Scapular Function; Sternoclavicular Joint Position and Motion; Acromioclavicular Joint Position and Motion
Examination Visual Observation; Manual Correction; Surrounding Tissue Evaluation; References; Part II: The Scapula and Shoulder Pathology; 5: The Scapula and Impingement/Rotator Cuff Disease and Treatment; Background; Evaluating the Role of the Scapula in Impingement/Rotator Cuff Disease; Cadaveric Studies; Animal Models; Development of Rotator Cuff Disease/Impingement; Static Anatomic Variants; Scapular Kinematics and the Dynamic Influence; Importance of the Scapula in Treatment of Rotator Cuff Disease; Summary; References; 6: The Scapula and the Throwing/Overhead Athlete
Introduction Normal Scapular Function; Static Position; Kinematics; Kinetics; Strength; Muscle Activity; Adaptations to Stress; Scapular Dyskinesis; Muscular Fatigue; Soft Tissue Tightness; Pectoralis Minor; Posterior Shoulder Tightness; Teres Major; Long Head of the Triceps; Effect of Pain; Clinical Implications of Scapular Dyskinesis; Rotator Cuff; Hypertwist; Internal Impingement; External Impingement; Scapula and the Elbow; Examination; Rotator Cuff; Supraspinatus; Internal Impingement; Labral Tear; Imaging Findings in Thrower's Shoulder; Treatment
Key Principles of Rehabilitation Indications for Surgery; Surgical Pearls; Posterior Capsular Release; Prevention; References; 7: Scapular Dyskinesis and Glenohumeral Instability; Anatomy and Biomechanics; Alterations of the Scapula Associated with Glenohumeral Instability; Physical Examination; Scapular Evaluation in Glenohumeral Instability; Nonoperative Treatment Options; Rehabilitation of the Scapula in Glenohumeral Instability; Rehabilitation Guidelines; Specific Scapular Rehabilitation Exercises; References; 8: The Scapula and Clavicle Fractures; Introduction
Scapulothoracic Position and Motion Composite Motions During Planar Elevation and Functional Reaching; Coupling of SC and AC Joint Motions; Abnormal Motions Identified in Patient Populations (Dyskinesis); Potential Influence of Abnormal Scapular Motions and Positions on Shoulder Pain and Tissue Pathology; References; 3: Muscle Activation Associated with Scapular Function and Dysfunction; Alteration in Muscle Activations and Resultant Motions; Soft Tissue Flexibility; Clinical Implications for Rehabilitation Guidelines; References; 4: Scapular Examination; Scapular Motion and Pathology
Summary This unique book - the first of its kind exclusive on disorders of the scapula - is a concise but comprehensive summary of the evidence that will enable clinicians to understand the scapula from its functions to its dysfunctions and includes clinical guidelines and pearls to improve the clinician's competencies for the treatment of shoulder disorders. Organized logically, the book opens with a review of the baseline mechanics and pathomechanics of the scapula, proceeds to evaluation, then describes in detail the association of the scapula with specific shoulder problems, including rotator cuff disease, labral injuries, glenohumeral and multidirectional instability, clavicle fractures, acromioclavicular joint separation, and shoulder arthrosis. Subsequent chapters cover scapular muscle detachment, neurological injuries and winging, scapular fractures and snapping scapula, in addition to basic and complex rehabilitation strategies. Each chapter includes a summary section with clinical pearls. In the past, in-depth research and expertise regarding the scapula was minimal, but a widening interest has resulted in a volume of literature that makes it possible and imperative that it be collected in a single volume. Disorders of the Scapula and Their Role in Shoulder Injury will be an excellent resource for orthopedic and trauma surgeons, residents and fellows
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Vendor-supplied metadata
Subject Scapula -- Abnormalities.
Shoulder -- Diseases.
Form Electronic book
Author Kibler, W. Ben, editor
Sciascia, Aaron D., editor
ISBN 331953582X
3319535846 (electronic bk.)
9783319535821
9783319535845 (electronic bk.)