Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Ahmed, Basil Abdulsattar


The Effect Of Rehabilitative Exercises In The Case Of Anterior Dislocation Of The Uncomplicated Shoulder Joint For Men Aged 40-50 Years

Basil Abdulsattar Ahmed; Alaa Khalaf Hayder

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 337-344

The shoulder joint is a joint unique from the rest of the joints in the body as it is characterized by a large range of movement and that is through the glen humeral cavity with the head of the bone (Glenohumeral) and the flexibility of soft tissues (Soft Tissues Surfaces) and free-movement surfaces (Freely Sliding Surfaces). The socket in which the humeral head rests is by the glenoid cavity, as the nature of movement in the shoulder joint is three-dimensional (three dimensions mobility), that is, it is of the ball and socket type. The acromion bone is a protrusion over the glenoid in the form of a fibrous bridge with the coracoid twist to keep the humerus bone stable and not outward from the tip of the Coracoid [1].

The Effect Of Using Rehabilitative Exercises In A Preventive Manner To Reduce Shoulder Rotation For People With Special Needs (Wheelchairs)

Basil Abdulsattar Ahmed; Alaa Khalaf Hayder

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 325-329

The current study aimed to prepare preventive exercises to reduce shoulder rotation for people with special needs in wheelchairs, by applying to a sample of (8) for players with wheelchair needs. To achieve the goal of the study, the training program was built, consisting of (36) sessions distributed over (12) weeks, and the training program was divided into (3) phases, where new exercises were used in each phase to bring about the greatest improvement on the sample members, with the aim of revealing the impact of the program A pre-measurement was performed for the front and back shoulder area, and the same measurement was performed after the completion of the training program, and the results showed a clear effect of the program in reducing the roundness of the shoulders, as the program contributed to an increase in the width of the front shoulder area, while the distance related to both sides of the shoulder decreased. the background. In light of this result, the researchers recommended the necessity of adopting the proposed program in this study to correct the rotation of the shoulders, and the need to raise awareness of peaceful orthopedic habits, whether in sitting or working, to reduce the phenomenon of shoulder rotation.