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Jason Carey
09-24-1996, 10:10 PM
Dear Subscribers,
I would like to thank everybody who responded to my query on
Shoulder stability. I will focus my thesis subject as I have been told to
do. If any other responses come I will post them.

Thank you once again. (sorry for the delay in responding answers were
still coming in at a regular interval)


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From: karduna@allegheny.edu
Subject: Re: shoulder stability
To: Jason Carey


For a start, try a lit search. You might want to key in the following
investigators: L J Soslowsky, K N An, P A Torzilli, J A Sidles.

- Andy


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Andrew Karduna, Ph.D. phone: (215) 762-4166
Assistant Professor fax: (215) 762-3886
Department of Physical Therapy
Allegheny University
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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From: Carolyn Anglin
To: "'Jason Carey'"
Subject: RE: shoulder stability



Hi there! I can give you a ton of information and I'm right here at =
Queen's! Just yesterday I sent a list of 40 references to somebody =
about shoulder instability, but it would be easier just to show them to =
you & talk about them. I'm also in mechanical engineering (with the =
clinical mechanics group).

I mostly work at home, but I come in periodically & we can arrange to =
meet anytime.

My home phone number is: 549-6923. I also check my email at least once =
a day. Are you working with Carolyn Small?

Carolyn Anglin


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To: Jason Carey
From: younghui@uclink4.berkeley.edu (Young Hui Chang)
Subject: Re: shoulder stability

jason,

i am not sure of the work done on humans, but there is a fair amount of
work done on stability in the shoulder of primates, particularly the great
and lesser apes. susan larson comes to mind--she's done work on the
stability of shoulders in arm-swinging apes. this may all be irrelevant to
you though if you are only interested in the human animal. good luck.



Young Hui Chang

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Young Hui Chang, M.S.

e-mail:

snail-mail: Human Biodynamics Dept.
103 Harmon
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-4480

Phone: 510-642-2370
Fax: 510-642-3355

-----------"Learning how animals get from here to there."-----------


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From: Mitch Cordova
Subject: Re: shoulder stability
To: Jason Carey

Dear Jason:
It appears to me from your post that it is an awfully broad
query. When you talk about shoulder stability are you referring to
surgical techniques to re-establish joint integrity, or are you talking
about dynamic stability provided to the shoulder by the rotator cuff?
There is a tremendous amount of literature concerning these topics.
Lastly are you interested in the rehabilitation aspect of shoulder joint
stability? You might want to narrow down your request and then re-post
your message. This listserv will undoubtedly provide you with the
necessary information once you focus on a more specific topic.

- Mitch

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Mitchell L. Cordova MA, ATC
Ph.D Candidate - Biomechanics
Dept. of Health Promotion & Human Performance
The University of Toledo
Toledo, Ohio 43606 USA
mcordov@uoft02.utoledo.edu
(419) 530-2753
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To: Jason Carey
From: pt334064@student.uq.edu.au (Scott Magee)

Jason,
I am doing my honours which is related to stability of the spine. I have a
few of references about general stability and peripheral stability, but
there are lots more around. I have hundreds of articles referenced about
spinal stability. The shoulder has hundreds of articles written specifically
about stability.

I would be interested in discussing anything related to stability, and I am
on the lookout for any information or contacts in this field also. I would
appreciate it if you could pass on some information to me.

Here are some articles about stability in general. I have some related to
peripheral stability, but I won't send them now otherwise this message will
get too big.

Scott Magee

GENERAL STABILITY
An KN, Himeno S, Tsumura H, Kawai T and Chao EY (1990): Pressure
distribution on articular surfaces: application to joint stability
evaluation. Journal of Biomechanics 23(10): 1013-1020.

Carolan B and Cafarelli E (1992): Adaptations in coactivation after
isometric resistance training. Journal of Applied Physiology 73(3): 911-917.

Collins JJ (1995): The redundant nature of locomotor optimization laws.
Journal of Biomechanics 28(3): 251-267.

De Luca-CJ and Mambrito B (1987): Voluntary control of motor units in human
antagonist muscles: coactivation and reciprocal activation. Journal of
Neurophysiology 58(3): 525-542.

Gottlieb GL and Agarwal GC (1988): Compliance of single joints: elastic and
plastic characteristics. Journal of Neurophysiology 59(3): 937-951.

Hasan Z (1986): Optimized movement trajectories and joint stiffness in
unperturbed, inertially loaded movements. Biological Cybernetics 53(6):
373-382.

Hughes RE, Bean JC and Chaffin DB (1995): Evaluating the effect of
co-contraction in optimization models. Journal of Biomechanics 28(7): 875-878.

Kornecki S (1992): Mechanism of muscular stabilization process in joints.
Journal of Biomechanics 25(3): 235-245.

Kornecki S and Zschorlich V (1994): The nature of the stabilizing functions
of skeletal muscles. Journal of Biomechanics 27(2): 215-225.

Lan N and Crago PE (1994): Optimal control of antagonistic muscle stiffness
during voluntary movements. Biological Cybernetics 71(2): 123-135.

Marks R (1993): Muscles as a pathogenic factor in osteoarthritis.
Physiotherapy Canada 45(4): 251-259.

Minetti AE (1994): Contraction dynamics in antagonist muscles. Journal of
Theoretical Biology 169(3): 295-304.

Nakamura T, Yamamoto Y, Yamamoto T and Tsuji H (1992): Fundamental
characteristics of human limb electrical impedance for biodynamic analysis.
Medical and Biological Engineering & Computing 30(5): 465-472.

Nielsen J and Kagamihara Y (1992): The regulation of disynaptic reciprocal
Ia inhibition during co-contraction of antagonistic muscles in man. Journal
of Physiology 456: 373-391.

Shadmehr R and Arbib MA (1992): A mathematical analysis of the
force-stiffness characteristics of muscles in control of a single joint
system. Biological Cybernetics 66(6): 463-477.

Winters J, Stark L and Seif Naraghi-AH (1988): An analysis of the sources
of musculoskeletal system impedance. Journal of Biomechanics 21(12): 1011-1025.


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From: "Tyler Amell"
To: "Jason Carey"
Subject: Re: shoulder stability

With respect to your question, you may want to speak with Dr. R. Walmsley
of the School of Rehabilitation here at Queen's, he is a shoulder
specialist and has published extensively on the topic, mostly with respect
to strength and axes and things like that, however he should have some good
input for you!

Good luck,

Tyler

Graduate Program
School of Rehabilitation Therapy
Faculty of Medicine
Queen's University
http://qlink.queensu.ca/~3tka1

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To: carey@me.queensu.ca
Subject: Shoulder references

Dear Jason:

Hi Jason. My name is Steve Wood. I wanted to assist you in uncovering
some references on the shoulder. Normally I ignore requests for
literature searches but I just graduated from Queen's University in
biomechanics last May. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I
currently work for a biomechanics research and consulting firm in Los
Angeles. If you have time, I 'd enjoy hearing about your project.

I know this list is lengthy but hopefully it will be of some use to
you. Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.

Take care,

Steve.

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To: Jason Carey
From: lous@umich.edu (Lou Soslowsky)
Subject: Re: shoulder stability

We have recently published a paper (Malicky, D.M, Soslowsky, L.J., and
Blasier, R.B. (1996): Anterior glenohumeral stabilization factors:
Progressive effects in a biomechanical model. J Orthop Res, 14:282-288) on
this topic and have 2 others "in press" addressing related topics. Let me
know if you have any further (more specific) questions, and I can try to
help. Best of luck!

Lou Soslowsky, Ph.D.
University of Michigan

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To: Jason Carey
From: Veronique Feipel
Subject: Re: shoulder stability
Hi Jason,

One of the first places to look up for information on shoulder (in)stability is:
The Shoulder, by C.A. Rockwood and F.A. Masten, WB Saunders Co., 1990.

Good luck

Veronique
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