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Modern methods of treatment of post-traumatic pathology of the shoulder joint

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A. Orleckiy,  (Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, National medical research center of traumatology and orthopedics named after N. N. Priorov" of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation)

D. Tinchenko,  (Candidate of medical Sciences, National medical research center of traumatology and orthopedics named after N. N. Priorov" of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation)

S. Krilov,  (Doctor anesthesiology National medical research center of traumatology and orthopedics named after N. N. Priorov" of the Ministry of health of the Russian Federation; The centre of sports and ballet injuries and rehabilitation of them. Z.S. Mironova)

Series "Natural & Technical Sciences" # 02  2018
In connection with the relatively wide spread of posttraumatic pathology of the shoulder joint in modern traumatology, most attention is paid to the principles of treatment of this pathology, as well as methods of prevention. In our opinion, it is necessary to single out a group of people engaged in professional sports activities, as well as ballet dancers, since this category of people has significantly more significant physical exertion, as well as a forced excess of the normal amplitude of movements, including in the shoulder joint. As a result, prerequisites are created for traumatic changes in the shoulder joint. At the same time, timely and adequate treatment is the key to further, both social and physical well-being.

Keywords: shoulder joint, posttraumatic changes, principles of treatment.

 

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©  A. Orleckiy, D. Tinchenko, S. Krilov, Journal "Modern science: actual problems of theory and practice".
 

 

 

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