Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Shoulder Complex


Module 2 – PSPC

Whilst we are taught the anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder in our undergraduate degree, ongoing revision and layering up is always recommended. In this lecture you will once again understand the active, passive and neural structures which contribute to the stability of this inherently unstable joint.  You will learn about the muscles which stabilise the scapula, the force couples of the gleno-humeral joint and how important it is that each of these muscles do what they are meant to do, at the right time.  When they don’t – dysfunction presents.




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