EFFECT OF CERVICO-THORACIC MOBILIZATION ON HEMIPLEGIC SHOULDER PAIN WITH SUPRASPINATUS TENDONITIS DUE TO IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

@article{Jena2016EFFECTOC,
  title={EFFECT OF CERVICO-THORACIC MOBILIZATION ON HEMIPLEGIC SHOULDER PAIN WITH SUPRASPINATUS TENDONITIS DUE TO IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY},
  author={Snehanjali Jena and M. Pattnaik and P. Mohanty},
  journal={International journal of physiotherapy and research},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={1510-1517}
}
Materials and Methods: The selected subjects were randomly assigned in to experimental and control groups with 15 subjects each. Experimental group received conventional exercises along with manual therapy i.e. Maitland’s rhythmic oscillatory central PA mobilization of cervico-thoracic spine (C7-T4 vertebra) as tolerated by patient for a periods of 4 weeks. Control group received conventional exercises (stretching of internal rotators, supraspinatus muscle, weight bearing exercise, weight… Expand

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