Isometric Shoulder Strength Reference Values for Physically Active Collegiate Males and Females

@inproceedings{Westrick2013IsometricSS,
  title={Isometric Shoulder Strength Reference Values for Physically Active
Collegiate Males and Females},
  author={Richard B. Westrick and Michele L. Duffey and Kenneth L. Cameron and John Parry Gerber and Brett D Owens},
  booktitle={Sports health},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND It is common clinical practice to assess muscle strength during examination of patients following shoulder injury or surgery. Strength comparisons are often made between the patient's injured and uninjured shoulders, with the uninjured side used as a reference without regard to upper extremity dominance. Despite the importance of strength measurements, little is known about expected normal baselines of the uninjured shoulder. The purpose of this study was to report normative values… CONTINUE READING
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