Taping in hemiplegic shoulder subluxation

The shoulder complex consists of four separate joints, which afford it incredible mobility in all planes of motion, but at the expense of its stability. The glenohumeral joint (GHJ) relies on the integrity of muscular and capsuloligamentous structures rather than bony conformation for its stability. Injury or paralysis of muscles around the shoulder complex mayContinue reading “Taping in hemiplegic shoulder subluxation”