A tenosynovitis involves a synovial sheath.
A tendinitis does not have an active inflammatory process.
They are the same.
A tenosynovitis affects only tendons of the upper extremity.
3/10 intensity, 4x/week, 10 minutes, 3 weeks
5/10 intensity, 3x/week, 4-5 minutes, 1-2 weeks
3/10 intensity, 3x/week, 4-5 minutes, 1-2 weeks
5/10 intensity, 4x/week, 10 minutes, 3 weeks
Bone applies to the stresses placed upon it.
In order for Osteogenesis to occur, we must apply 60% of the tolerable stresses.
Soft tissue applies to the stresses placed upon it.
The stress-strain curve is shifted to the left when we apply forces.
UE > LE
Women > Men
#1 cause is fracture
Non-work injury > work injury
1 cm, 45 degrees
2 cm, 30 degrees
1 cm, 30 degrees
1.5 cm, 45 degrees
None of these are correct
2 part fracture in the elderly
3 part fracture in the elderly
4 part fracture
External callus formation.
Compression plates used.
Early motion is possible.