Sprains and Strain of Coracoacromial Ligament

An injury to the coracoacromial ligament when the joint is carried through a range of motion greater than normal, but without dislocation or fracture; or an injury resulting from tensile force
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  • Swelling in the shoulder
  • Bruising
  • Muscular atrophy from long standing disuse may be present when comparing the injured to the non-injured shoulder.
  • Point tenderness on the coraco humeral ligamant
  • Loss of ROM in the shoulder
  • Looseness of the shoulder
  • Direct trauma to the shoulder
  • Falling onto an outstretched arm
  • Overuse
  • Repeated attempts to lift or lower a heavy weight
  • Chronic degeneration
  • Faulty posture
  • ROM and stretching
  • Shoulder stabilization exercises
  • Upper extremity strengthening
  • Posture program



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