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Upper limb muscle imbalance in tennis elbow: A functional and electromyographic assessment
TLDR
Activation imbalance among forearm muscles (reduced extensor carpi radialis activity) in tennis elbow, probably due to protective pain‐related inhibition, could lead to a widespread upper limb muscle imbalance.
Shoulder muscle activation and fatigue during a controlled forceful hand grip task.
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A standardized hand grip task in a neutral position might provide a method for electromyographic assessment of shoulder girdle muscles which avoids problems due to pain-related limitation of movement, and might be useful in the development and monitoring of shoulder rehabilitation strategies.
A randomized controlled trial of a group-based gaze training intervention for children with Developmental Coordination Disorder
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Initial support for an intervention that practitioners could apply to address deficits in the motor and psychosocial skills of children with DCD is offered.
Assessment of functional recovery in tennis elbow.
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Despite attenuation of pain, global upper limb weakness in RTE indicated incomplete functional recovery, and increased strength of MCP extension may protect weakened wrist extensors from further injury.
Strength and fatigability of selected muscles in upper limb: assessing muscle imbalance relevant to tennis elbow.
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EMG and wrist strength studies together can be used for assessing and identifying the muscle balance in the wrist-forearm-shoulder chain and are a reliable method for measuring muscle fatigue in forearm and shoulder.
Shoulder muscle activation and coordination in patients with a massive rotator cuff tear: An electromyographic study
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In MRCT patients, a reorganization of muscle activation strategy along the upper limb kinetic chain is aimed at reducing demand on the glenohumeral joint.
Outcome of Copeland shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty with a 4-year mean follow-up.
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The CSRA was associated with glenoid erosion and HH migration particularly in RCA, and remains an option in the treatment of arthritic conditions of the shoulder but its future use may be limited to younger patients where implanting a glenoids may be regarded as problematic.
Total elbow arthroplasty: a prospective clinical outcome study of Discovery Elbow System with a 4-year mean follow-up.
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The Discovery Elbow System resulted in improved function, reduced pain, and high patient satisfaction, and long-term results are required to assess the survivorship of this system.
Normal shoulder muscular activation and co‐ordination during a shoulder elevation task based on activities of daily living: An electromyographic study
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It is concluded that the deltoid, adductor, and rotator cuff muscles all contribute to the muscular component of glenohumeral joint stability.
Pain, Functional Disability, and Psychologic Status in Tennis Elbow
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Significantly elevated levels of depression and anxiety pointed out the importance of psychologic assessment in TE patients and the combination of “upper limb” and “psychologic” assessment tools are suggested.
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