S/P Posterior Capsulorrhaphy Reverse Bankart

Bankart or reverse Bankart injuries occur in the shoulder. They are usually the result of a traumatic injury leading to shoulder dislocation. About 95 percent of all shoulder dislocations occur in the forward (anterior) direction. The labrum is a rim of extra cartilage around the shoulder socket. It helps deepen the fairly shallow shoulder socket to keep the head of the humerus inside the cup. With a reverse Bankart, the shoulder dislocates in a backward direction (posteriorly). The back (posterior) portion of the labrum is torn or ruptured. This type of injury is rare.

  • Shoulder pain
  • Instability in the shoulder
  • Loss of ROM in the shoulder
  • Posterior shoulder instability
  • Recurrent posterior shoulder dislocation
  • Motor vehicle accident
  • Direct blow to anterior shoulder
  • Period of immobilization
  • Passive ROM, progress to active ROM
  • Shoulder stabilization exercises
  • Posture program
  • Upper extremity strengthening
S/P Posterior Capsulorrhaphy Reverse Bankart Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Pendulums
  • Passive Shoulder Flexion
  • Passive Shoulder Abduction
  • Restorative Shoulder Quadrant
  • Passive ER With Stick
  • Table Slides
  • Shoulder Sitting Posture
  • Scap Squeezes
  • Walkfit
  • WalkFit Program

S/P Posterior Capsulorrhaphy Reverse Bankart Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Passive Shoulder Abduction At Wall
  • Tband Shoulder Er At Zero Deg
  • Tband Shoulder Er At 90 Deg
  • Push Up Knee Holds
  • Prone Rotator Cuff Circuit
  • Wall Slides
  • T Band Wall Push W ER
  • Superman Holds
  • Curl Press

S/P Posterior Capsulorrhaphy Reverse Bankart Phase III

Purchase Phase

  • Push Ups
  • Hummers
  • Sumo Flies 3 Positions
  • Wall Slides
  • Prone Rows
  • Single Arm Push Up Holds
  • Push Up Hand Fire