Displacement of the head of humerus while performing "mobilization with movements" in glenohumeral joint: a cadaver study.

@article{Ho2009DisplacementOT,
  title={Displacement of the head of humerus while performing "mobilization with movements" in glenohumeral joint: a cadaver study.},
  author={Kai-Yu Ho and A. T. Hsu},
  journal={Manual therapy},
  year={2009},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={
          160-6
        }
}
The purpose of this study was to compare the displacement of the center of the humeral head (CHH), in a cadaveric glenohumeral joint model, during an experimental abduction simulation with and without the application of a mobilization with movement (MWM) maneuver in an anteroposterior direction. Ten physiotherapists performed passive abduction and a posteriorly directed MWM technique on a fresh cadaveric shoulder joint. The applied forces and joint angles were monitored and displacement of the… CONTINUE READING
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