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Distal Biceps Tendon Rupture | Expert Physio Review
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- Opublikowany 19 sty 2023
- In this tutorial, we discuss Distal Biceps Tendon Rupture, by reviewing the anatomy using our 3D anatomy model, clinical features and the role of Physiotherapy.
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Komentarze • 8
Hey Khalid, I am a PT student from Greece. Can you make a video perhaps about how to browse the literature, I'd love to see that especially after your videos regarding manual and ultrasound therapy!
Efschiaristou Dennis! A great suggestion thank you!
Yet again, very informative! Thanks
Thank you so much Chris !
Excellent video, good job! I currently have a chronic distal bicep tendon rupture, confirmed by MRI, 6 weeks after the injury! I was told multiple times that it was just tissue damage. When swelling went down, it was obviously not right. Have you any information on chronic repair with Hamstring Graft. I wish I had known about the hook test early.
i can help with this!
i am currently 8 weeks post op of a chronic distal bicep repair, the original injury was acute but my surgery got delayed by just over 3 weeks turning my case into a chronic repair.
i didn't have any graft as it wasn't needed, my bicipital aponeurosis was hanging on so my tendon didn't retract much past my elbow.
i think my surgery was 6 weeks 2 days after the injury happened and my bicep was almost non existent and my tendon was very scarred over.
i have been told graph surgeries are harder to recovery from so i hope it goes well for you!
my arm is pretty much back to normal now and have all my mobility back besides some pronation but for the next month i am only aloud to use very light weights to rebuild all the muscles in the arm.
As a 2nd year physiotherapy student who's teachers don't care at all , thank you.
Thank you so much for your message and wishing you all the very best with your studies!