When a baseball pitcher throws a baseball, huge forces are created at the glenohumeral joint
The US was applied with a slow, gliding rotator movement over four minutes; the treating physical therapist applied the transducer head over the superior and anterior periarticular regions of the subjects' glenohumeral joint
MR arthrography of the posterior labrocapsular complex: Relationship with glenohumeral joint
alignment and clinical posterior instability.
10] Moment Joint Lead Author Representation CS Origin Shoulder Collinger Humerus Glenohumeral joint
Of the participants who received passive joint mobilisation, 70% had mobilisation directed to the glenohumeral joint
, 10% to the acromioclavicular joint, and 20% to a combination of these two joints.
All of the patients considered for this study were treated for glenohumeral arthritis and had failed conservative treatment, where each patient decided to schedule glenohumeral joint
According to literature this seems to be a protective mechanism for the glenohumeral joint
(Myers et al.
Anatomy, biomechanics, and pathophysiology of instability of the glenohumeral joint
In conventional shoulder replacements, the subscapularis tendon (one of the four rotator cuff tendons) is temporarily released from the humerus to gain access to the glenohumeral joint
Symptoms 'on top of the shoulder' are considered positive for AC abnormality, and those 'inside the glenohumeral joint
itself' positive for labral abnormality.
At the shoulder, the combination of the high superiorly and posteriorly directed joint force components may indeed be detrimental, especially for the glenohumeral joint
Plain-film imaging of the knee (Figure 2) and shoulders (Figure 3) revealed degenerative changes in the bilateral knees and the left glenohumeral joint
These tests are reliable and valid (5,6,7,8), as well as the crank test for SLAP lesions in the glenohumeral joint
, which is valid, although reliability is unknown (9,10).
Suprascapular neuropathy related to a glenohumeral joint
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) to track motion, and a six-axis load cell measures the resultant joint reaction force at the glenohumeral joint