Joint mobilization versus self-exercises for limited glenohumeral joint mobility: randomized controlled study of management of rehabilitation

@article{Tanaka2010JointMV,
  title={Joint mobilization versus self-exercises for limited glenohumeral joint mobility: randomized controlled study of management of rehabilitation},
  author={Kazunari Tanaka and Ryuichi Saura and Noriyo Takahashi and Yuko Hiura and Remi Hashimoto},
  journal={Clinical Rheumatology},
  year={2010},
  volume={29},
  pages={1439-1444}
}
To clarify the optimal management of rehabilitative intervention for limited glenohumeral joint mobility (LGHM) arising from adhesive capsulitis, particularly focusing on the frequency of sessions for joint mobilization and the self-exercise compliance, the functional results of 120 patients with LGHM were prospectively investigated as follows: Differences in improved angle of the shoulder joint (IA) and the time required to reach the range of motion plateau point (T) were compared by (1) age… CONTINUE READING
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