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Why Rotator Cuff Tears Don't Always Need Surgery | Expert Physio Review

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  • Opublikowany 23 mar 2023
  • In this tutorial, using our 3D anatomy model to give an understanding of the rotator cuff anatomy and function, we then review the evidence to explain why why rotator cuff tears don't always need surgery.
    *Mihata et al., 2019: journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/...
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Komentarze • 31

  • MemeGang
    MemeGang 2 miesięcy temu

    Hi Khalid, fab video!
    I wanted to ask if there were any other considerations you would have for rotator cuff tears in the general public/elderly?
    Does the indication for surgery come down to functional ability?
    Should conservative management always be followed as first line treatments even for full thickness tears? If so, do we allow longer healing times for elderly + is the Anterior Shoulder Program a viable choice?
    Love to hear your thoughts

  • Musab Hamid
    Musab Hamid 2 miesięcy temu +1

    Can you make us a video how we can treat supraspinatus tendon tear at home? I really appreciate what you're doing!

  • Jordan Edwards
    Jordan Edwards 2 miesięcy temu

    This video was great and its format, looking forward to more videos like this!

  • Kevin
    Kevin 2 miesięcy temu

    Thanks for the breakdown. Makes a lot of sense.

  • Xcel Health
    Xcel Health 2 miesięcy temu +1

    thank you! very informative video!

  • A Z
    A Z 2 miesięcy temu

    Khaled, my favourite physiotherapy educator! 🙏🙏🙏

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      Thank you so much! Very pleased you enjoyed it!

  • River Billington
    River Billington Miesiąc temu

    Great vids! Keep it up! // Physio from Stockholm

  • pasika gio
    pasika gio 2 miesięcy temu +1

    Solid Information.

  • blaschito1
    blaschito1 6 dni temu

    why did they test abduction strength rather than testing external rotation in the study you mention at around 7.20 minutes?

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  5 dni temu

      That’s a good question which I can’t answer for you!

    FF GAREGE 2 miesięcy temu

    Better to teach anatomy classes .sir 👍

  • thomas t682
    thomas t682 2 miesięcy temu +1

    Shouldr abduction strength seems like a strange choice of objective measure to use when this is not the primary movement of any of the rotator cuff muscles and also probably not the most valuable movement to a baseball player? Just my quick 2 cents for what it's worth. Still interesting results otherwise.

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      @thomas t682 😊😊🙏🏼🙏🏼

    • thomas t682
      thomas t682 2 miesięcy temu

      @Clinical Physio Thank you for your response. Enjoying your app for some brushing up on my respiratory knowledge!

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      Yes it’s an interesting thought compared to testing External and Internal Rotation more specifically… we know that , as you said whilst the rotator cuff does not create abduction primarily, the rotator cuff is active during the vast majority of, if not all, lifting movements of the shoulder … interesting point though 👍🏼

  • Michael
    Michael 2 miesięcy temu

    is there any research comparing surgery vs conservative though? this doesnt really seem to explain the difference

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      @calvin ingemi yes it’s absolutely fine to therapeutic exercises with or without pain. If someone didn’t have pain, they only this would be picked up would be via scan. In the mean time that athlete will still be in the gym doing their exercises showing that they would like be doing physio anyway

    • calvin ingemi
      calvin ingemi 2 miesięcy temu

      @Clinical Physio but assuming there’s no pain but evidence of a partial tear would that be significant enough to justify therapeutic exercises? I’d assume so but the phrasing made it sound like it’s only necessary if it causes pain. But if that’s the case wouldn’t that put the patient at risk of further injury? Any clarification would be appreciated. Thanks :)

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      So the key thing here is that it indicates that partial tears of the rotator cuff may not even create symptoms, which definitely highlights that patients don’t require surgery automatically when there is presence of a partial tear

  • Xetox
    Xetox 2 miesięcy temu

    why does it take u 9 min to explain smth? make shorter videos in my opinion

    • Doug
      Doug 25 dni temu

      This is college level videos for free. If you don't like it you can always fast forward or change playback speed.
      I just found your channel and have watched three videos so far. Great content. Thanks

    • D4md Cykey
      D4md Cykey Miesiąc temu

      A gamer, I presume?
      Take a deep breath, relax.

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu +1

      Thank you!