Multidirectional shoulder instability (AMBRII) – advanced conservative therapy program

Multidirectional shoulder instability (AMBRII) – advanced conservative therapy program

Multidirectional shoulder instability, the key component is lower shoulder instability combined with anterior or posterior instability. General glenohumeral joint looseness leads to shoulder dislocation in everyday activities.

Joint functionality and stability is regained through conservative, nonoperative treatment using progressive strength exercises for rotator cuff  and upper arm muscles . If there is no progress even after 6 months of nonoperative treatment then an operative approach is suggested to regain shoulder stability, ie. fixate the shoulder by putting anchors in it that will hold it together.

Umer Butt, MD, MRCS (UK), FRCS T&O (UK), Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Rehabilitation program author

Umer Butt, MD, MRCS (UK), FRCS T&O (UK), Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr Butt is a full time Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Specialist in Knee/Shoulder Sports Injury, Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty Circle Bath Hospital UK AO Clinic Centre for Orthopaedic, Trauma and Sports Injury Karachi

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Introduction video

Back shoulder rotation side lying at the edge of a table

Duration

50 days

Program duration is 50 days. If you start today on 31.10.2020., the completion of the rehabilitation program will be on 20.12.2020.

Price

US $40.00

Total price is US $40.00 or US $0.80 per program day