Shoulder Instability for Orthopaedic Exams

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This is a teaching session on shoulder instability for orthopaedic exams, co-hosted by Nikki Evans and Ruth Threadgold from ORUK.

- Professor Duncan Tennant, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon and professor of orthopaedic education at St George's Hospital and University, is the guest lecturer.

- Shoulder instability can be classified as anterior, posterior, inferior, or multi-directional.

- Clinical assessment involves examining the cervical spine, range of motion, and performing the apprehension test and other investigations such as X-rays, MRI, and ultrasound can also be useful. - Treatment options include rehabilitation, inferior capsule shift, and surgery. Muscle patterning may occur in patients, and physiotherapy can help with this.

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This teaching video is specifically helpful for candidates preparing for the following Orthopaedic Exams : FRCS , European Board (FEBOT) , SICOT Diploma and Arabic Boards

tags: FRCS FEBOT SICOT shoulder instability Nikki Evans Ruth Threadgold Duncan Tennant Orthopaedic education Orthopaedic academy Orthopaedic teaching videos Orthopaedic video lecture Orthopaedic eLearning


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