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SLAP Lesion Repair Protocol This rehabilitation protocol has been developed for the patient following a SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior) repair. It is extremely important to protect the biceps/labral complex for 6 weeks post-operatively to allow appropriate

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SLAP Lesion Repair Rehabilitation Program Phase I (post‐op until week 4) Protective phase ‐ Sling use 4 weeks (with activity and sleeping) ‐ Elbow and hand ROM and hand squeezing exercises ‐ Passive and gentle active assistive ROM exercises ‐ Initiate

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Protocol SLAP Repair Introduction The socket of the shoulder joint is very shallow and is made deeper by a rim of cartilage called the labrum. This labrum sometimes tears or detaches. A SLAP lesion occurs when the Superior (top part) of the Labrum, tears in

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REHABILITATION GUIDELINES FOR SLAP LESION REPAIR The rehabilitation guidelines are presented in a criterion based progression. General time frames are given for reference to the average, but individual patients will progress at different rates depending on

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SLAP Protocol Pathology & Treatment: The shoulder consists of three gross anatomic structures that create stability within the joint: the rotator cuff muscles, ligaments and the cartilaginous labrum. The labrum is a rubbery cartilaginous ring that surrounds the

SLAP lesion repair is a surgical procedure to repair a tear resulting from an injury to the labrum located in the shoulder joint. SLAP is an acronym for Superior Labrum from Anterior to Posterior. This refers to a tear where the tendon of the bicep muscle joins the

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Treatment Guidelines for Post-Operative Rehabilitation: SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior) REPAIR Types II and IV Type II SLAP tear: detachment of the superior labrum and long head of the biceps from the glenoid Type IV SLAP tear: detachment of the superior labrum and long head of the biceps from the glenoid with

Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior (SLAP) Lesion Tear The labrum is a fibrous bumper that helps to stabilize the shoulder joint. It provides an attachment site for a variety of other shoulder structures including the capsule, ligaments and biceps tendon.

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University Orthopedics, Inc. ISOLATED SLAP REPAIR REHABILITATION PROTOCOL This protocol was developed for patients who have had an isolated slap repair. Please note this protocol is a guideline. Patients with additional surgery will progress at different

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The intent of this protocol is to provide the clinician with a guideline of the post-operative rehabilitation course of a patient that has undergone an arthroscopic anterior stabilization procedure. It is not intended to be a substitute for one’s clinical decision

The preceding information was taken from the ChiroUp protocol for SLAP lesion. Visit ChiroUp.com to view the entire protocol (including the 57 supporting references) or any of the other 90+ condition protocols filled with up-to-date, evidence-based assessment

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Arthroscopic Subacromial Decompression: The intent of this protocol is to provide the clinician with a guideline of the post-operative rehabilitation course of a patient that has undergone a subacromial decompression. It is no means intended to be a substitute for

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(860) 549-8210 • oahct.com Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior (SLAP) Repair (Type II) Return to Sport Protocol General Rehabilitation Guidelines: – A specific Rehabilitation program is dependent on the severity of the pathology/injury and should specifically manage the healing and

What is a SLAP Tear? A SLAP tear is also referred to as a labral tear, or a tear or lesion to the labrum. This injury tends to develop over time due to repetitive movements. It can also result from acute trauma or age. There are several types of SLAP tears: Type I

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ARTHROSCOPIC REPAIR OF SLAP LESIONS Weeks 1-2 Wear sling during the day for 3-4 weeks Sleep in your sling for 3-4 weeks Monitor neurovascular status Allow elbow to fully extend 3-4 times a day, but avoid biceps contraction.

Non-operative Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior (SLAP) Lesion Tear Treatment Non-operative treatment may help a large percentage of patients with a superior labral tear. This non-operative treatment requires avoiding the offending sport or activity for 3 to 6

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ARTHROSCOPIC DEBRIDEMENT OF SLAP LESION (TYPE I & III) AND/OR PARTIAL ROTATOR CUFF DEBRIDEMENT PROTOCOL This rehabilitation program’s goal is to return the patient/athlete to their activity/sport as quickly and safely as possible. The

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CENTER FOR ORTHOPAEDICS AND SPINE CARE PHYSICAL THERAPY PROTOCOL ARTHROSCOPIC SLAP LESION REPAIR (TYPE II) BENJAMIN J. DAVIS, MD IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL OUR OFFICE. Lake Forest 847.535

SLAP Lesion RepairRehabilitation ProtocolDr. Mark AdickesIntroduction: • This rehabilitation protocol has been developed for the patient following a SLAP (Superior Labrum Anterior Posterior) repair. It is extremely important to protect the biceps/labral

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Rehabilitation Protocol SLAP Lesion Repair Frank B. Norberg, MD Ryan Nelson, MPAS PA-C Office: (952) 456-7000 Post-op appointments: 1 WEEK, 5 WEEKS, 10 WEEKS, 16 WEEKS PHASE I (WEEKS 0-4) Appointments: • Home exercises start at 1 week

Slap lesion repair rehabilitation protocol. Also try. Slap lesion seattle dr. Khalfayan. A slap lesion (superior labrum, anterior [front] to posterior [back]) 6176439999 to reach mgh sports physical therapy. 175 cambridge street boston, ma 02114. Rehabilitation The

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1 ARTHROSCOPIC ANTERIOR STABILIZATION The intent of this protocol is to provide the clinician with instruction, direction, rehabilitative guidelines and functional goals for all stabilization procedures. It is not intended to be a substitute for clinical

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SLAP Repair Primary Surgery: Repair of a SLAP lesion, which is an injury of the superior labrum beginning posteriorly and extending anteriorly, stopping before or at the mid-glenoid notch and including the “anchor” of the biceps tendon to the labrum MGHL repair

Superior labral, or SLAP, tears are common shoulder injuries. There are different classifications of SLAP tears that dramatically alter how you treat them. Type V SLAP lesions are characterized by the presence of a Bankart lesion of the anterior capsule that extends into the anterior superior labrum.

Rotator Cuff / Slap Rotator Cuff / Slap Physical Therapy Protocol for Patients Following Shoulder Surgery Rotator Cuff Surgery Shoulder Stabilization Procedures Labral Repairs General Guidelines: The program is designed to take into account whether tissue has

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Robert A. Keller, M.D. 1135 W University Dr #450 Rochester, MI 48307 (248) 650-2400 KellerOrthopedics.com [email protected] ARTHROSCOPIC SLAP LESION REPAIR (TYPE II) PROCEDURE PHYSICAL THERAPY PROTOCOL PHASE I

A labrum SLAP tear is one of many shoulder injuries. Here’s how it differs from the others, what the treatments are, and when you might need surgery. Unless it causes you pain, you might never

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Anterior Labral Repair Adopted 5/09 1 General Principles: This protocol was designed to provide the rehabilitation professional with a guideline of postoperative care. It should be stressed that this is only a protocol and should not be a substitute for clinical

A shoulder labrum tear can be a painful injury that limits your ability to use your arm normally. It may cause your arm to feel weak and unstable. Physical therapy can help to increase the strength and mobility in your shoulder to help you return to normal activity

At Rebound, our physicians give your shoulder injury or condition compassionate and thoughtful attention. Our desire is to quickly return you to full mobility and activity by using the latest in diagnostic and treatment techniques for a variety of shoulder injuries, including SLAP tears. Learn about SLAP tear symptoms, causes and treatments below. What is a SLAP tear?

Click on the link to view the high quality SLAP Repair video provided by Your Practice Online. We provide medical videos for medical professionals to educate their patients. Your shoulder joint is a ball and socket joint made up of the upper arm bone, the shoulder

Rehabilitation protocols The Gundersen Health System Rehabilitation Programs are evidence-based and soft tissue healing dependent programs designed to allow patients to progress to vocational and sport-related activities as quickly and safely as possible.

A SLAP tear can occur from trauma or overuse. The term SLAP is an acronym for Superior Labrum Anterior and Posterior. A SLAP tear occurs in the top (superior), the front (anterior) and back (posterior) of the point where the biceps tendon attaches to the labrum.

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POSTERIOR LABRAL REPAIR PROTOCOL Weeks 1-2 Objective is to protect healing capsule, allow early, graded, protected motion, prevent stiffness, minimize atrophy, and control pain and inflammation Wear sling during the day for 3-4 weeks

Typical symptoms of a SLAP tear include a catching sensation and pain with shoulder movements, most often overhead activities such as throwing. Patients usually complain of pain deep within the shoulder or in the back of the shoulder joint. It is often hard to

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1 Rev. 5/16 Corey Kendall, MD 7950 rtho n. rownsburg, IN 4611 P 17.68.64 • F 17.68.695 Arthroscopic SLAP Lesion Repair Physical Therapy Protocol Phase I: Immediate Post-operative “Restrictive Motion” (Weeks 0 to 6) Goals •Protect the anatomic repair •Prevent negative effects of immobilization

Indications for operation A symptomatic SLAP lesion Anaesthetic General Anaesthetic with an interscalene block (Fully asleep with a local anaesthetic injection into the side of the neck will numb the nerves to the shoulder for post-operative pain relief) Operation

When questioned on the usefulness of SLAP tear surgery, Dr. Schrøder responded: “Based on (our) results we have narrowed our indications for SLAP lesion surgery. We still treat some SLAP lesions surgically and individualize our treatment in each such()

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(SLAP) lesion of the shoulder, but evidence of their efficacy is lacking. We evaluated the effect of labral repair, biceps tenodesis and sham surgery on SLAP lesions. Methods A double-blind, sham-controlled trial was conducted with 118 surgical candidates (mean

12/4/2020 · Ohio State physicians and physical therapists work collaboratively to develop best clinical practices for post-surgical rehabilitation. The path to regaining range of motion, strength and function can require a sustained and coordinated effort from the patient, his or her family, the Ohio State

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Bankart repair rehabilitation protocol Download PDF Use of a sling only as needed or prescribed – Okay to shower once dressings are changed (Day 1) Arm is restricted from these movements for 4 weeks: extension (backwards) past the plane of the body

Taron Johnson will need help opening his Christmas presents this year. It is a little hard to do one-handed. Johnson finally underwent surgery to repair the labrum injury he suffered in the 1st week of the season. A SLAP injury is a superior labral tear which leads to

Surgical treatment of superior labral anterior posterior (SLAP) lesion becomes more and more frequent which is the consequence of evolving progress in both, imaging and surgical technique as well

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Non-operative Shoulder Rehabilitation Protocol Ben Rubin, M.D. Note: The following list of exercises and treatment options is an approximate order of progression. By design and necessity, it is incomplete, to allow for individualization of

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A SLAP lesion (superior labrum, anterior [front] to posterior [back]) is a tear of the labrum above the middle of the glenoid that may also involve the biceps tendon. A tear of the labrum below the middle of the glenoid socket that also involves the Tears of the

In a previous article in this publication, I discussed the variety of tests for diagnosing shoulder labral tears and the type of tears. 1 Now let’s take a look at some conservative methods of improving patients with a superior labrum anterior posterior (SLAP) lesion.

Pus it has a protocol that is a good reference for time frames post op. Open Source Article Found Here: Current Concepts in the Recognition and Treatment of Superior Labral (SLAP) Lesions Pathology of the superior aspect of the glenoid labrum (SLAP lesion

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STUDY PROTOCOL Open Access Efficacy of labral repair, biceps tenodesis, and diagnostic arthroscopy for SLAP Lesions of the shoulder: a randomised controlled trial Øystein Skare1*, Cecilie Piene Schrøder1, Olav Reikerås2, Petter Mowinckel3, Jens Ivar Brox2

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This protocol provides you with general guidelines for the rehabilitation of patients following a Massive open and/or arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair. Specific changes in the program will be made by the physician as appropriate for an individual patient. If you have

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