Orthopedic Therapy of the Shoulder

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Martin J. Kelley, William Anthony Clark
Lippincott, 1995 - Medical - 462 pages
houlder anatomy, biomechanics, and a broad range of shoulder injuries are detailed in this comprehensive text. This highly visual, practical reference provides orthopedic and physical therapists, and rehabilitation specialists with all they need to know to evaluate and treat shoulder injuries including rehabilitative techniques and surgical procedures. Up-to-date information is provided on manual therapy, exercise, and athletic and occupational activities. Diagnostic imaging, and surgical procedures including arthroscopy and arthrotomy are also covered. Basic science information regarding the shoulder is discussed extensively, including coverage of anatomy and pathology. The role of the scapular plane in the treatment of shoulder injuries is also discussed. Case studies are included to depict applications in actual patients

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Biomechanics of the Shoulder
Chapter 3 Shoulder Pathology

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