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The purpose of this study is to assess the outcome and complications of capsular release for elbow contractures.
The purpose of this research is to study elbow instability as it relates to tennis elbow and to understand its incidence, clinical presentation, radiographic findings, and outcomes.
This pilot study is designed to determine if the rehabilitative benefits of continuous passive motion (CPM) will help preserve/restore the joint function and significantly improve the rate of recovery of patients after the surgical release of elbow contractures better than standard physiotherapy and static splinting.
Loss of elbow range of motion can significantly affect activities of daily living. Measuring elbow range of motion is critical for tracking post surgical outcomes. This study seeks to validate the ability to validate self photography as a means of followup through long distance correspondence.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate prospective physician-patient agreement on the Summary Outcomes Determination (SOD) score and its ability to gauge outcomes after shoulder and elbow surgery.
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