Shoulder Impingement Syndrome
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- Clinical Rheumatology
The purpose of this study was to determine and compare the efficacy of kinesio tape and physical therapy modalities in patients… (More)
This study aimed to investigate the effect of elastic taping on kinematics, muscle activity and strength of the scapular… (More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE
Several factors such as posture, muscle force, range of motion, and scapular dysfunction are commonly… (More)
- Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
To quantify the contribution of each scapular rotation to the scapular total range of motion (ROM) in both shoulders of… (More)
A prospective randomized clinical trial.
To compare the effectiveness of 2 physical therapy treatment… (More)
Nonrandomized 2 group post-test only.
To compare scapular position and orientation between subjects with… (More)
Results of three clinical tests for detecting shoulder impingement syndrome (Neer's, Hawkins', and Yocum's tests) and four tests… (More)
- Acta orthopaedica Belgica
An analysis of the results of 53 patients treated by an open Neer decompression for chronic impingement of the shoulder is… (More)
A method of shoulder sonography in which lateral and anterior elevation of the arm is used during scanning was demonstrated to be… (More)
The impingement syndrome is an important source of shoulder pain that occurs when the bony and soft-tissue structures of the… (More)