Level 2 – Upper Limb Course

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The course highlights common injuries to the shoulder, elbow and hand sustained within a school sporting environment. Through learning key anatomical structures and how patients present, you will be able to safely manage injuries from fractures to dislocations. The upper limb course will be carried out over 3 modules including the shoulder, elbow and hand. It will cover the main anatomy and procedures for effective assessment of presenting injuries to the upper limb. Alongside this, it will highlighting key findings which may suggest more serious injuries such as neck or neurological injuries which may also be present.

Elbow

The Elbow Injury Management Module will help you understand the key anatomy of the elbow, developing an understanding for common traumatic injuries and their mechanism including fractures & ligament sprains. It will also cover some common ‘overuse’ injuries such as Lateral epicondylitis (Tennis elbow) & Medial epicondylitis (Golfers elbow).

Lessons

Elbow Module Overview Preview Elbow | Anatomy Preview Elbow | Function Elbow | Fractures Elbow | Ligament Strain Elbow | Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Elbow | Medial Epicondylitis (Golfers Elbow) Elbow | End Of Course Practise Quiz

Hand & Wrist

Wrist & Hand Injury Management Module will help you understand the key anatomy of the hand and wrist, develop an understanding for common traumatic injuries and their mechanism, including: Fractures – including distal radius and scaphoid, Mallet Finger, Skiers Thumb, Volar Plate injuries.

Lessons

Wrist & Hand Module Overview Preview Wrist & Hand | Anatomy Preview Wrist & Hand | Fractures Overview Wrist & Hand | Distal Radius Fracture Wrist & Hand | Scaphoid Fracture Wrist & Hand | Mallet Finger Wrist & Hand | Skiers Thumb Wrist & Hand | Volar Plate Injury Wrist & Hand | End of Course Quiz

Shoulder

Shoulder Injury Management Module will help you understand the key anatomy of the shoulder girdle, develop knowledge within the injury mechanism and assessment of common shoulder injuries, including: Neurovascular assessment, Rotator Cuff Injury, Acromioclavicular Injuries, Shoulder dislocations, Clavicle fractures.

Lessons

Shoulder Module Overview Preview Shoulder | Anatomy Preview Shoulder | Function & Neurovascular Assessment Shoulder | Rotator Cuff Injury Shoulder | Acromioclavicular Injury Shoulder | Clavicle Fractures Shoulder | Dislocations/Subluxations Shoulder | End Of Course Quiz

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