What is the best special test for a SLAP tear? There are many options all with varying efficacy, however, without a proper understanding of the different types of SLAP tears and mechanisms of injury, it’s difficult to select the best … Read more >
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The latest Inner Circle webinar recording on Special Tests to Diagnose SLAP Tears is now available.
Special Tests to Diagnose SLAP Tears
This month’s Inner Circle webinar is on Special Tests to Diagnose SLAP Tears. In this presentation, I review … Read more >
SLAP tears of the shoulder can occur for a variety of reasons, from a traumatic fall to wear-and-tear over time, to more specific injuries that we see in overhead athletes like baseball players.
But that’s a common question I here … Read more >
A SLAP tear is an injury to the superior part of the labrum in the shoulder. The term SLAP stands for Superior Labral tear Anterior to Posterior. This is a very common diagnosis for shoulder injuries. There many different variations … Read more >
At this year’s ASMI Injuries in Baseball course, one of the topics that we discussed at length was the use of biceps tendodesis in baseball pitchers. Over the years, our understanding of SLAP lesions has evolved and many are advocating … Read more >
The latest webinar recording for Inner Circle members is now available below.
Internal Impingement – What it is and How to Diagnose
This month’s Inner Circle webinars discussed a one of the most requested topics to date and featured a … Read more >
I read a lot of stuff on the internet. I like to keep up with a ton of blogs, websites, and journals to make sure I am on top of recent trends, but also to share with my readers. I … Read more >
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