Proper GH joint Arthrokinematics need activated RC muscles – How and When?

GH joint Arthrokinematics need activated RC muscles

Proper GH joint Arthrokinematics need activated RC muscles – How and When?

College of Physical Therapy 3rd International Scientific Conference
Under the Title of
” Physiotherapy Inspiring Better Health “

Hosts Mohamed Sarhan, Associate Professor of physical therapy for orthopedic, faculty of Physical Therapy South Valley University. Join the conference and get benefits with his talk about;

Proper GH joint Arthrokinematics need activated RC muscles – How and When?

Smooth and controlled movements of the shoulder joint, or proper GH joint arthrokinematics, are essential for preserving shoulder health and avoiding damage. A ball and socket joint, the glenohumeral (GH) joint permits a variety of motions, including flexion, extension, abduction, adduction, and internal and external rotation.

The rotator cuff (RC) muscles need to be engaged for correct GH joint arthrokinematics to take place. The supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis muscles, which make up the RC muscles, support and stabilize the GH joint. These muscles help preserve the humeral head’s alignment within the glenoid cavity when they are contracted, guaranteeing appropriate joint mechanics. This is done by forming a cuff of dynamic stability.

The RC muscles should be engaged to ensure correct joint mechanics when doing actions that put stress on the GH joint, such as overhead lifting or throwing. To relearn normal joint mechanics and enhance muscle function after injury, it is also crucial to engage these muscles during rehabilitation exercises.

In conclusion, the rotator cuff muscles must be activated for optimal GH joint arthrokinematics. To guarantee adequate joint mechanics during daily activities and rehabilitation exercises and avoid injury, this activation is required.

Date: Thursday, February 23, 2023
Location: Princess Fatma Academy for medical and professional training, Nasr City, Cairo
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