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Compression Fractures

Compression Fractures Osteoporotic fractures which occur in the spine are also known as wedge fractures, due to the shape changes associated with the fracture. The front portion of the vertebrae collapses whilst the posterior region which is made of harder bone,...

Scapulohumeral Rhythm

 Intro We’ve established that the shoulder has the largest range of motion of any joint in the human body, typically achieving 180 degrees of elevation The extensive range of motion requires the co-ordinated movement of the shoulder complex; the ACJ, SCJ, and scapula...

Why is the scapula so important?

Intro The scapulothoracic articulation is not actually a ‘true’ joint, as there is no union of the bone ends via fibrous, cartilaginous or synovial tissue which is usually what’s required. Rather is ‘sits’ on the rob cage posteriorly and does not have any bone to bone...

AC Joint

Acromioclavicular Joint Commonly referred to as the ACJ, this is where the scapula and clavicle join via a tough fibrous capsule and ligaments The joint ends can vary from person to person, being flat, concave-convex, or convex-concave, and the angle of the joint ends...

The Scapula

Intro Commonly known as the shoulder blade, the scapula connects the upper arm bone (humerus) with the collar bone (clavicle), thereby connecting the arm to the trunk The bone is fairly flat, thin and roughly triangular in shape, with left and right scapulae (plural)...

Men & Pilates

Men & Pilates

I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve heard that Pilates is ‘a bit girly isn’t it?’ Pilates was developed by a man, and all the positive outcomes apply to males as well as females. In some cases, more so! An increased flexibility and range of motion results in...