Thursday, January 23, 2014

A wonderful rehabilitation effort after a ream and run

There are many patients who've been 'quick out of the blocks' with their range of motion exercises.
Here are a few photos (rendered anonymous) sent by a patient 7 days after the ream and run procedure:

These are great examples of what we're shooting for: over 150 degrees in

Note this range has been achieved, even in the presence of swelling of the arm that us usual one week out from this procedure.


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