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    • 15/04/2014
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    Adhesive Capsulitis or ‘Frozen Shoulder’

    Adhesive Capsulitis or ‘Frozen Shoulder’

    Although the exact mechanism causing frozen shoulder is unknown it is very common post-trauma, following injury and surgery. It can occur after injury to neural or muscular structures, or in some cases can occur spontaneously. It is most common between 40-60 year olds and more so in women. Although frozen shoulder often resolves on it’s

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    • 15/04/2014
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    Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Sprain

    Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Sprain

    The A.C. Joint is a combination of the collarbone and shoulder blade and it forms the top of the shoulder joint. In this joint there are ligaments holding the bones together similar to other joints, and as such can be injured in a similar manner. The most common cause of injury to this joint is

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    • 05/05/2014
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    ACL RUPTURE

    ANATOMY AND MECHANISM   The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) of the knee attaches to the back of the femur (thigh bone) and front of the tibia (shin bone) and is one of the main stabilisers of the knee. It prevents excessive movement of the tibia forward in relation to the femur, and also provides some

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