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15 Sep 2013 Your acromioclavicular joint (or AC Joint) is the joint at the top of your shoulder between your clavicle (collarbone) and your scapula (shoulder
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Thank you for uploading this great informational video. I am a recreational lifter/resistance training practitioner and very active individual. I recently suffered a grade III ac separation on my dominant side in a mt bike accident. Debating on reconstructing the joint or not! Contraversial results in the literature review provided in PubMed. What would you recomend I do for recovery, surgery or conservative rehablitation? Thank you in advance!!! Great vid ! I have dislocate mi AC Joint 4 years a go, never treated...but now start to move like 1cm. from its place + pain...on this stage what has to be done ? Thanks. I really like the way you show the names of technical terms on screen.There is no doubt that your videos are fantastic.I was just reading grey's and got confused and now my doubts are solved.God bless you :). Hey. Great video. I had a Grade 2 seperation of my AC joint about 7 months ago. Its healed now but I never had any treatment, I have full range of motion and no pain but have the shoulder lump. I have a lot of grinding and clicking when I move my arm forward (protraction) Do you reckon it will eventually wear away all the bone and cause serious arthritis? Your videos are very interesting. Informative video. I am a weightlifter. Doing shoulder barbell shoulder shrugs in front of my body I felt a cracking/popping where shoulder/clavicle/trapezius "meet". Prior to this "popping" i had mild/moderate pain/tightness in that area. The area is sore now, and I really liken the popping to when the chiropractor adjusts my lower back. The sensation was very similar. Any input as to what I might have done? Sounds like this vid highlights the area I "popped" - maybe synovial/ligament pop?
Thank you for writing to us. With what you are telling me, I feel this might be, like you said, ligament related or something is happening within the joint. It is really hard to make any diagnosis with what you said and without any further tests/exams. I do suggest you find a physician, preferably an orthopedic doctor/surgeon. If you do, keep me informed on the follow up. Good luck!
Thanks for the uploading, I am a med professional too and I have a Q, I had a car accident one year ago and I still have an elevation right on my AC joint, the weird thing is that I am able to do almost all the movements with no pain BUT, its painful and fatigue in a posture like holding the phone to my ears, reading a newspaper or sleeping on that side (left).I am still going for rehub 3/wk ,but they are doing nothing about it,so need your advise Thanks agian. You're welcome and thank you for sharing your story with us. It seems to me that it is not being fixed properly. Therapy seems to be insufficient or maybe it is too soon to see results. If you feel it is not doing enough, my suggestion is to find and Orthopedic Doctor who knows about this kind of injury very well. Do some research around you and once you find him or her, get the doctor to check it and suggest a new game plan. Hope this helps you! Let us know how it goes. Do you want to know what happens to the acromioclavicular joint when there is abduction and adduction?
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A shoulder separation is an injury to the acromioclavicular joint, also called an AC injury. A separated shoulder may be treated with a sling in most cases.
October 7, 2013. AC Joint Injury | SportsCare & Physiotherapy (http://www.sportscarephysio.com.au/resources/ac-joi nt-injury)
What is the AC joint? The acromio clavicular (AC) joint is the joint formed between the clavicle (collarbone) and the acromion (the tip of the shoulder blade).
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An AC joint sprain or ac joint separation is an injury to the shoulder where the acromioclavicular joint separates. It is usually because of a fall onto an out
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20 Jul 2006 Some joints in the body are more likely to develop problems from normal wear and tear. Degeneration causes the cartilage that cushions the
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2 Jul 2010 Introduction Acromioclavicular joint (AC) injuries are commonly seen in Emergency Departments. This page considers all aspects of AC joint
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15 Jan 2013 Discussion: AC joint is situated between the clavicle and acromion; acromion has two ossification centers which fuse at age 22 yrs;
October 10, 2013. Acromioclavicular joint - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acromioclavicular_join t)
The acromioclavicular joint, or AC joint, is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is the junction between the acromion (part of the scapula that forms the highest point
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Acromioclavicular Separation. Normal anatomy of acromioclavicular (AC) joint. Synovial joint; Acromioclavicular ligament. Weaker. Coracoclavicular ligaments.
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