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Acromioclavicular Joint Injuries | Expert Physio Review

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  • Opublikowany 23 mar 2023
  • In this tutorial, we guide you through Acromioclavicular Joint (ACJ) Injuries using our 3D anatomy model in conjunction with The Rockwood classification and discuss treatment options.
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Komentarze • 18

  • Zoranić
    Zoranić 4 godzin temu

    I have grade 3 ac joint separation. Ac joint torned totaly. Now 2years since injury, i'm stronger than before injury. No surgery, only forcing,hard job and pull ups and push ups. This injury definitely can make you stronger!

  • Gavin Maxwell
    Gavin Maxwell 14 dni temu

    I suffered a grade IV a few years ago in a taekwondo injury (heavy fall onto shoulder). It looks awful (big step!), but has mostly been pain-free. I've started calisthenics recently and have discovered that pushups are almost impossible due to severe pain in the ACJ. So now I'm wondering if my injury was too long ago to be treated without surgery, or even with... 3 month wait to get back into shoulder specialist.. :/

  • Blue Apricot
    Blue Apricot 25 dni temu

    Hi, I sustained a sprain from bench pressing nearly a week ago. I still have a little pain but now I can more my arm upwards (I couldn't move it before). Can I run right now? Also what can I do to speed the recovery?

  • Pred Catchers PA
    Pred Catchers PA Miesiąc temu

    Do you usually recommend a sling for this? I have a right armed sling but it’s my left side. The sling works on the left side but the part where your hand is supposed to stick out it’s on inside, since it’s for the other arm

  • J Wong
    J Wong 4 miesięcy temu +2

    Very good explanation. Thank you for the video .

  • JS K
    JS K 3 miesięcy temu +1

    Wow~ 설명 너무나 감사합니다.
    자전거 타다 넘어져서 레벨 2와 레벨3 사이의 상태인데 수술이 필요 없음을 확신하게 됩니다.

  • Léon L
    Léon L 2 miesięcy temu

    Clear explanation, What if there is some artose in the joint?

  • Jamie Hume
    Jamie Hume Miesiąc temu

    When I was a child, I went to sit down at one of those hard top wooden tables that fold up an da boy in my class, pulled the chair out from under me. My full weight went down on the area directly under my collar bone. It was broken, but because I didn't cry, it went overlooked until I had xrays for something else as an adult. NO one ever talks about sharp blows under the collar bone or blows that drive upward and or inward. This has been an ongoing issue for me all my life and I have never had effective help for it. I would really appreciate it being discussed and there are probably other people in this position as well. Thank you.Following. I've had some bad injuries due to bullying. No one like to talk about it.

    • thesufi
      thesufi 17 dni temu

      Sorry to hear that, hope you got it sorted out eventually.

  • Probabilistic Skepticism
    Probabilistic Skepticism 2 miesięcy temu

    My pain has gone away but my joint is producing pop sounds a lot.

    • Clinical Physio
      Clinical Physio  2 miesięcy temu

      Wishing you all the best and hope it improves

  • D
    D 2 miesięcy temu

    Excellent video

  • Vasileios Petropoulos
    Vasileios Petropoulos 4 miesięcy temu

    Thanks man eyxaristo polu (ευχαριστώ πολύ) thanks you very much!

  • Metalmachine18
    Metalmachine18 26 dni temu

    I am 4 weeks into my physio career. I have a grade V acj booked in this week, 2 weeks post injury who has opted for non surgical management. What do lol

    • thesufi
      thesufi 17 dni temu +1

      6 weeks in from a grade III, no surgery and steadily improving. Pain-free and regained full range of movement. Still feels a bit strange in certain positions. Early days. Good luck with yours.