Musculoskeletal Examination of the Shoulder: Making the Complex Simple
The physical examination of the shoulder can be a complex topic for professionals with all levels of clinical experience. How can advance concepts be taught in a user-friendly, clear format, while still providing necessary information for effective diagnosis and treatment of the shoulder?
Musculoskeletal Examination of the Shoulder: Making the Complex Simple by Dr. Steven B. Cohen answers these questions. Written by experts, this easy-to-carry book provides a thorough review of the most common pathologic shoulder conditions, techniques for diagnosis, as well as the appropriate treatment for each condition.
Musculoskeletal Examination of the Shoulder: Making the Complex Simple contains clear photographic demonstrations, tables, and charts throughout its pages, allowing a thorough and concise examination of the shoulder.
A glance at some of what is covered inside:
- Physical Examination
- Basics and specific tests of the physical examination of the shoulder
- General Imaging
- Basics of general imaging of the shoulder
- Common Conditions
- Superior labrar tears, Biceps tendon, Glenohumeral arthritis, and more
Musculoskeletal Examination of the Shoulder: Making the Complex Simple contains essential information to successfully take a complex subject and bring it to a level that will be welcomed by orthopedic residents, attendings, physical therapists, athletic trainers, medical students in training, and other health care providers.
About the Editor
Foreword by James P. Bradley, MD
SECTION I: PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
Chapter 1: Physical Examination of the Shoulder: The Basics and Specific Tests
SECTION II: GENERAL IMAGING
Chapter 2: General Imaging of the Shoulder
SECTION III: COMMON CONDITIONS OF THE SHOULDER
Chapter 3: Glenohumeral Instability
Chapter 4: Superior Labral Tears
Chapter 5: Rotator Cuff
Chapter 6: Biceps Tendon
Chapter 7: Acromioclavicular Joint
Chapter 8: Glenohumeral Arthritis
Chapter 9: Fractures/Trauma
About the Editor
Steven B. Cohen, MD is a Sports Medicine specialist at the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia. He specializes in operative management of the knee, shoulder, and elbow. He completed his residency at the University of Virginia Health Center in Charlottesville, VA and Sports Medicine Fellowship was at the University of Pittsburgh Center for Sports Medicine. He is currently an assistant team physician for the Philadelphia Phillies and St. Josephs University. He serves as an Assistant Professor at the Thomas Jefferson University and the Director of Sports Medicine Research at the Rothman Institute.
Dr. Cohen is the editor of 1 orthopedic textbook, associate editor of the Textbook of Arthroscopy, author of 12 book chapters on the management of sports injuries, has contributed to 22 peer reviewed research publications, and has been a part of 45 national and international research presentations. He also serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Arthroscopy.