Mike Georgoudes
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TRAPEZIUS// Origin: Occipital bone// Insertion: acromial end of clavicle// Action: UPPER TRAP: elevation and upward rotation fo scapula --- MIDDLE TRAP: upward rotation and adduction of scapula (retraction) --- LOWER TRAP: Upward rotation, adduction, and depression of scapula///// EXERCISE (MID TRAP): RESIST SHOULDER RETRACTION BILATERAL SIT WITH CHAIR WITH ELASTIC

TRAPEZIUS// Origin: Occipital bone// Insertion: acromial end of clavicle// Action: UPPER TRAP: elevation and upward rotation fo scapula --- MIDDLE TRAP: upward rotation and adduction of scapula (retraction) --- LOWER TRAP: Upward rotation, adduction, and depression of scapula///// EXERCISE (MID TRAP): RESIST SHOULDER RETRACTION BILATERAL SIT WITH CHAIR WITH ELASTIC

Muscle Identification

Muscle Identification

ANATOMIA: Músculos de los hombros. Unidad Especializada en Ortopedia y Traumatologia www.unidadortopedia.com PBX: 6923370 Bogotá, Colombia.

ANATOMIA: Músculos de los hombros. Unidad Especializada en Ortopedia y Traumatologia www.unidadortopedia.com PBX: 6923370 Bogotá, Colombia.

Muscle Identification

Muscle Identification

Arthroscopic Labrum Repair of the Shoulder (SLAP) and return to Sport

Arthroscopic Labrum Repair of the Shoulder (SLAP) and return to Sport

Nice visual of a SLAP Tear for patients.  http://www.dralexjimenez.com/stretches-and-exercises-for-slap-lesions/

Nice visual of a SLAP Tear for patients. http://www.dralexjimenez.com/stretches-and-exercises-for-slap-lesions/

Biceps Disorders / SLAP Tears - The Reading Shoulder Unit

Biceps Disorders / SLAP Tears - The Reading Shoulder Unit

http://acupunctureschoolonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/BL-28-Bladder-Shu-PANGGUANGSHU-1.jpg:

http://acupunctureschoolonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/BL-28-Bladder-Shu-PANGGUANGSHU-1.jpg:

Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder anatomy poster shows views of the shoulder anatomy, impingement, rotator cuff tear, trauma and bicipital tendon.

Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder anatomy poster shows views of the shoulder anatomy, impingement, rotator cuff tear, trauma and bicipital tendon.

Most rotator cuff injuries heal with conservative treatment; however, a transcutaneous electric nerve stimulator (TENS) may help speed up this process. http://painrelieftens.com/blog/24-how-to-use-a-tens-machine-on-rotator-cuff-injuries

Most rotator cuff injuries heal with conservative treatment; however, a transcutaneous electric nerve stimulator (TENS) may help speed up this process. http://painrelieftens.com/blog/24-how-to-use-a-tens-machine-on-rotator-cuff-injuries