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Supraspinatus Tendinitis Case Presentation of Musculoskeletal Module

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Supraspinatus Tendinitis Case Presentation of Musculoskeletal Module

  1. 1. Case Presentation (Musculoskeletal Module) M.I.M Ayaz UCP/AL/11/187
  2. 2. Subjective Examination Personal Information • Name : Mr. X • Age : 57 yrs • Gender : Male • Occupation: Bus Driver • Address : Kelaniya • Civil Status: Married • Children : 2 sons and a daughter • Health Risk : DM+
  3. 3. History of Present Complaints • 2 yrs ago, when he was driving the bus he suddenly felt a sharp pain over the left shoulder and had a difficulty to change the gear. • But after having some analgesic drugs it disappeared and rarely present. • 2 months ago when he was lifting his grand daughter severe pain occurred over the same area. • Pain has increased gradually.
  4. 4. Present Complaints • Severe aching pain often present around the left shoulder joint. • Sometimes it reffered to the lateral aspect of the arm • Difficulty to perform day to day activities Eg : Unable to sleep on the affected side. Difficulty to lift heavy weights by the affected side.
  5. 5. Objective Examination Observation • Informal Observation : Looks like a healthy man with slightly depressed mood • Formal Observation : Had been done by looking at the patient anteriorly, laterally and posteriorly while he was in sitting as well as standing. Scapula levels were equal, slight prominent acromian process of left side, slight muscle wasting of left side (deltoid & supraspinatus), No skin colour changes, little bit swelling around the left acromian process
  6. 6. Objective Examination Cont… Palpation • Tenderness below the left acromion process • Pain increased with palpation • Slight Muscle spasm over the Left shoulder area • Left acromion was prominent • No temperature changes
  7. 7. Test AROM PROM Muscle Power Spec. Test Objective Examination Cont…. Test
  8. 8. Mobility chart of the Shoulder Joint taken on 07/02/2015 Movement Normal Range Right Side Left Side (X °) Active Passive Active Passive Flexion 180 180 - 180 180 Extension 60 60 - 40 55 Adduction 45 45 - 35 40 Abduction 180 180 - 73 140 Internal Rotation 70 70 - 60 70 External Rotation 90 90 - 52 85
  9. 9. Measured ROM of other relative joints • Neck Movements Normal • Elbow Joint Normal • Wrist Joint Normal Muscle power testing according to the muscle grading scale (Left Side) • Flexors– 5 • Extensors – 5 • Abductors – 3 • Adductors – 5 • Internal Rotators – 5 • External Rotators - 4
  10. 10. Special Tests • Speed Test -ve • Drop arm Test -ve • Anterior and Posterior drawer Test * • Supraspinatus Tendinitis Test +ve • Apley Scratch Test +ve • Hawkings kennedy impingement Test +ve Physiotherapy Diagnosis : Supraspinatus Tendinitis of Left Shoulder Region, secondarily Frozen Shoulder
  11. 11. Treatment Plan Objectives • Relieve the pain • Increase the ROM • Reduce Muscle spasm • Restore general muscle strength • Prevent Recurrence and Educating the patient Short Term Goal – Relieve the pain Long Term Goal – Bring the patient back to the normal functional level
  12. 12. Treatment Plan cont…. At Early Stage • Ultra Sound Therapy – continious mode, 0.8 W/cm2, 4 min, 1 MHz, thrice a week • Soft Tissue Mobilization - Transverse friction to the area • Ice therapy – after the transverse friction • Active Exercises At Final Stage • ROM Exercises • Relaxation Exercises • Muscle Strengthning Exercises
  13. 13. Justification of the treatment plan • Ultra Sound Therapy to relive pain, increase circulation, increase removal of waste products and as a micro massage • Transverse friction to break adhesions • After friction cryotherapy can be given to warmth area • Active Exercises /AROM Exercises to improve ROM, to improve muscle properties and to prevent forming contractures • Relaxation Exercises to increase joint mobility • Strengthning Exercises to Strength weak muscles and improve muscle power • Educate the patient to get the cooperation for the treatment plan
  14. 14. -Thank You-

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