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How to diagnose shoulder pain. Tips for GP's and physical therapists seeing patients with shoulder problems. This presentation discusses features of common shoulder conditions, shoulder steroid injections and indications for early specialist referral.
The first of three parts of an overview of shoulder trauma. This part deals with fractures of the clavicle, humerus and scapula
In this second of three presentations of an overview of shoulder trauma, injuries to tendons are discussed.
This is the third part of three presentations providing an overview of shoulder trauma. This part deals with injuries to the ligaments. It includes information on dislocation of the shoulder, the ACJ and the sterno-clavicular joint. It is aimed at patients, students and medical professionals.
This is the first of three parts of a presentation providing an in-depth overview of rotator cuff disease. This part of the presentation focuses on the anatomy, epidemiology and pathophysiology of rotator cuff problems.
This presentation is the second of three parts providing an in-depth overview of rotator cuff disease. This part deals with the symptoms, examination and non-operative treatment of patients with rotator cuff problems
This is the final part of a presentation on an overview of rotator cuff disease and concerns the surgical treatment of rotator cuff problems
This presentation discusses the causes and treatment of instability in high level rugby players with an arthroscopic Bankart repair
This presentation discusses the requirements for the performance of Total Shoulder Replacement, the results compared to Hemiarthroplasty and alternatives to replacement in the treatment of shoulder arthritis.
This video discusses the clinically relevant normal anatomy of the shoulder girdle including the glenohumeral, acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular joints.
This is the second part of 3 videos discussing clinically relevant anatomy of the shoulder girdle. This part deals with pathophysiology-anatomy
This presentation describes the anatomy relevant to arthroscopic and open approaches to the shoulder
This first part in a series on getting started with shoulder arthroscopy discusses theatre set up and equipment.
This talk describes the important landmarks for safe portal placement and the structures which need to be assessed during diagnostic shoulder arthroscopy
This presentation covers the anatomical variants which may be seen during shoulder arthroscopy, knowledge of which is essential in order to recognise genuine pathology
This presentation describes the potential indications, surgical technique and results of the biodegradable subacromial spacer.
This short video gives an idea of how Computer Navigation is used to assist with challenging shoulder replacements.
This video describes the indications and techniques for administering steroid injections in the common sites around the shoulder