The article presents a case study of a 22 year-old female college athlete with multidirectional instability (MDI) of the glen-humeral (GH) joint. The athlete participated in overhead sports activities such as softball, basketball and swimming, and her presenting symptoms included decreased function, crepitus and spontaneous subluxation. Clinical management and range of motion (ROM) measurement are also discussed.
Ziaks L.J., Freeman T., Wise K.A., Maurer-Starks S. (2010). Severe multidirectional instability of the gleno-humeral joint. Athletic Therapy Today, 15(1), 45-49.
Virtual Commons Citation
Ziaks, L. J.; Freeman, T.; Wise, K. A.; and Maurer-Starks, Suanne (2010). Severe multidirectional instability of the gleno-humeral joint. In Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies Faculty Publications. Paper 34.
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