Week Ten

Below are downloads of the slides from this week's lectures. Make sure you have them downloaded and ready for class - it makes taking notes a lot easier.


Peripheral Orthopedics

The shoulder is one of the most complex joints to effectively evaluate and will require some additional work on your part to make sure that all the information stays straight in your head. Please take some extra time this week to work through the lectures and ensure that you are comfortable with the information provided.

Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Shoulder

Principles of Shoulder Evaluation

Is "Empty-Can" Any Good? - research article

On this site you will find some really useful information outlining the various clinical tests for the evaluation of the shoulder.

Greg Bennett's Lectures


Shoulder Examination

Scapular Chain


Spinal Orthopedics

Spinal Orthoepdics this week is a little different with Friday being taken up with Student Conclave activities.

Please plan to attend student conclave and take advantage of it being right here in our own back yard.

On Wednesday morning we will start with a lecture which will address the key elements of the McKenzie Approach to back care and we will follow that sessions with two lab sessions to practice the fundamental components of this approach.

Please download the notes for the McKenzie lecture and be ready to go on Wednesday morning.

McKenzie Techniques


Shoulder Injuries

Shoulder Exercises for Rotator Cuff

Shoulder Evaluation

McKenzie Exercises

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