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Chapter 19 • Rehabilitation After ORIF of Elbow Dislocations
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Figure 19.17 Photograph of the push/pull exercise.
●● Determining the stable ROM, including the position of the forearm, is essential to determining the early rehabilitation protocol. ●● The distracting weight of the forearm on the elbow can be negated by performing AA extension with the patient in the supine position. Summary Successful surgical treatment of traumatic elbow instability requires an understanding of the normal anatomy and the underlying instability pattern by both the surgeon and the ther- apist. The structures repaired must be protected as the elbow is being mobilized. Therefore, it is important to have open communication between the patient, therapist, and surgeon to achieve the desired goals. Bibliography An KN, Zobitz ME, Morrey BF: Biomechanics of the elbow, In Morrey BF, Sanchez-Sotelo J, eds. The Elbow and its Disor- ders, ed 4. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders, 2009, pp 39–63.
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