Doctors Demystify Tenodesis
Finally understand the Bunnell and Elson tests, the Linberg Comstock and similar side-to-side tethers, lumbrical plus, and other nuances of tenodesis.
- Explain why you cannot extend your DIP joint when you hold your PIP joint in flexion.
- Explain why you can extend your middle finger MP joint more when you extend your index finger simultaneously than when you extend just your middle finger.
- It is all in the anatomy of tenodesis.
Follow the narrated PowerPoint presentation that uses anatomical photos, animated drawings, and videoclips to demonstrate and explain the physiologic and pathologic tetherings across the wrist and digital joints.
Meet these objectives for beginning, intermediate, and advanced learning
- Define tenodesis. Describe the basis for the long/short limits of motor unit excursion.
- Define, describe, and demonstrate the physiologic and pathologic tenodeses in the hand and wrist
Content Focus: Professional issues: education; OT process: evaluation, intervention
Register for US$39
- watch the narrated PowerPoint presentation
- take the 21-question multiple-choice quiz
- score at least 70% correct and receive your certificate for 2 hours of CE credit (You may retake the test if necessary.)