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L’épaule qui «débarque»

2016/07/06 Home Education and advice

Comme mentionné dans l'article L'entorse acromio-claviculaire, une blessure fréquente chez les hockeyeurs, la région de l’épaule est fréquemment blessée au hockey. L’expression: avoir l’épaule qui “débarque “ est communément utilisée pour décrire la luxation de l’épaule. Elle est aussi utilisée lors de la subluxation de l’épaule, ce qui peut porter à confusion. Bien que ces deux types de blessures présentent beaucoup de similitudes, il est important de les distinguer.

L’épaule qui «débarque»
Jocelyn Mallet Jocelyn Mallet Physiotherapist

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