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Adriaan Louw, Emilio J Puentedura, Dave Reese, Paula Parker, Terra Miller, Paul E Mintken
OBJECTIVE: To determine the effects of a brief single component of the graded motor imagery (GMI) sequence (mirror therapy) on active range of motion (AROM), pain, fear avoidance, and pain catastrophization in patients with shoulder pain. DESIGN: Single-blind case series. SETTING: Three outpatient physical therapy clinics. PARTICIPANTS: Patients with shoulder pain and limited AROM (N=69). INTERVENTION: Patients moved their unaffected shoulder through comfortable AROM in front of a mirror so that it appeared that they were moving their affected shoulder...
October 2017: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Filip Struyf, Barbara Cagnie, Ann Cools, Isabel Baert, Jolien Van Brempt, Pieter Struyf, Mira Meeus
BACKGROUND: Various studies have investigated scapulothoracic muscle activity and recruitment patterns in relation to shoulder complaints in different populations, but a consensus review is lacking. HYPOTHESIS/PURPOSE: To systematically review the state of the art regarding scapulothoracic muscle activity and recruitment timing in subjects with shoulder pain compared to pain free controls. STUDY DESIGN: Systematic review. METHODS: The search for relevant articles was performed in Pubmed and Web of Science, including Web of Knowledge, using key words related to shoulder pain, scapulothoracic muscle activity or recruitment timing...
April 2014: Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology
Melina N Haik, Francisco Alburquerque-Sendín, Paula R Camargo
STUDY DESIGN: Clinical measurement. OBJECTIVE: To establish trial-to-trial within-day and between-day reliability, standard error of measurement, and minimal detectable change of scapular orientation during elevation and lowering of the arm, and with the arm relaxed at the side, in individuals with and without shoulder impingement. BACKGROUND: Electromagnetic devices are commonly used to measure 3-D scapular kinematics during arm elevation in different conditions and for intervention studies...
May 2014: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Melina N Haik, Francisco Alburquerque-Sendín, Caroline Z Silva, Aristides L Siqueira-Junior, Ivana L Ribeiro, Paula R Camargo
STUDY DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial with immediate follow-up. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the immediate effects of a low-amplitude, high-velocity thrust thoracic spine manipulation (TSM) on pain and scapular kinematics during elevation and lowering of the arm in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS). The secondary objective was to evaluate the immediate effects of TSM on scapular kinematics during elevation and lowering of the arm in individuals without symptoms...
July 2014: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Saara Ketola, Janne Lehtinen, Timo Rousi, Maunu Nissinen, Heini Huhtala, Ilkka Arnala
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Shoulder impingement syndrome is common, but treatment is controversial. Arthroscopic acromioplasty is popular even though its efficacy is unknown. In this study, we analyzed stage-II shoulder impingement patients in subgroups to identify those who would benefit from the operation. PATIENTS AND METHODS: In a previous randomized study, 140 patients were either treated with a supervised exercise program or with arthroscopic acromioplasty followed by a similar exercise program...
2015: Acta Orthopaedica
Jiu-jenq Lin, Shih-Chang Hsieh, Wei-Cheng Cheng, Wei Chun Chen, Yuta Lai
The purpose of this study was to determine if a distinctive characteristic exists in the pattern of movement (scapular elevation and upward rotation to reduce impingement) and associated muscular activities during arm elevation in subjects with shoulder impingement (SI) that is associated with the severity of the disease. Fourteen subjects (7 amateur athletes and 7 student athletes) with SI and 7 controls performed arm elevation in the scapular plane. Scapular kinematics (upward rotation, elevation, tipping, and scapulohumeral rhythm) and muscular activity [upper trapezius (UT), lower trapezius (LT), serratus anterior (SA), and deltoid] were measured by an electromagnetic motion tracking system and surface electromyography, respectively...
May 2011: Journal of Orthopaedic Research: Official Publication of the Orthopaedic Research Society
José A Delgado-Gil, Eva Prado-Robles, Daiana P Rodrigues-de-Souza, Joshua A Cleland, César Fernández-de-las-Peñas, Francisco Alburquerque-Sendín
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to compare the immediate effects of mobilization with movement (MWM) to a sham technique in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome. METHODS: A randomized controlled trial was performed. Forty-two patients (mean ± SD age, 55 ± 9 years; 81% female) satisfied eligibility criteria, agreed to participate, and were randomized into an MWM group (n = 21) or sham manual contact (n = 21). The primary outcome measures including pain intensity, pain during active range of motion, and maximal active range of motion were assessed by a clinician blinded to group allocation...
May 2015: Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics
Tanya Anne Mackenzie, Lee Herrington, Ian Horlsey, Ann Cools
BACKGROUND: Reduction of the subacromial space as a mechanism in the etiology of shoulder impingement syndromes is debated. Although a reduction in this space is associated with shoulder impingement syndromes, it is unclear if this observation is cause or consequence. METHOD: The purposes of this descriptive review are to provide a broad perspective on the current perceptions with regard to the pathology and pathomechanics of subacromial and internal impingement syndromes, consider the role of the subacromial space in impingement syndromes, describe the intrinsic and extrinsic mechanisms considered to influence the subacromial space, and critique the level of evidence supporting these concepts...
August 2015: Clinical Biomechanics
Paula R Camargo, Francisco Alburquerque-Sendín, Mariana A Avila, Melina N Haik, Amilton Vieira, Tania F Salvini
STUDY DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effects of an exercise protocol, with and without manual therapy, on scapular kinematics, function, pain, and mechanical sensitivity in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome. BACKGROUND: Stretching and strengthening exercises have been shown to effectively decrease pain and disability in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome. There is still conflicting evidence regarding the efficacy of adding manual therapy to an exercise therapy regimen...
December 2015: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Império Lombardi, Angela Guarnieri Magri, Anna Maria Fleury, Antonio Carlos Da Silva, Jamil Natour
OBJECTIVE: To assess pain, function, quality of life, and muscle strength in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome who participated in muscle strengthening exercises. METHODS: A total of 60 patients diagnosed with shoulder impingement syndrome were selected from the clinics of the Federal University of São Paulo and randomly distributed into experimental and control groups. Patients were evaluated regarding pain, function, quality of life, muscle strength, and the number of antiinflammatory drugs and analgesics taken...
May 15, 2008: Arthritis and Rheumatism
Daniela Melchiorre, Marco Maresca, Riccardo Bracci, Andrea Ravaschio, Bruno Valiensi, Roberto Casale, Francesca Bandinelli, Antonio Candelieri, Susanna Maddali Bongi, Francesco Porta, Massimo Innocenti, Christian Carulli, Marco Matucci Cerinic
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the short-term efficacy of muscle shortening manoeuvre (MSM), by inducing an increase in strength of the shoulder muscles, for the treatment of shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS). METHODS: Sixty subjects (mean age: 58.6 years) with SIS were assigned to one of 3 different treatment interventions: 1) MSM: a series of fast accelerations in the upward direction was applied to the upper limb that was also submitted to forces acting in the opposite direction (added mass); 2) traditional physiotherapeutic technique: scapulothoracic gliding; 3) simple traction: the added mass was applied to the limb without the series of fast accelerations...
January 2014: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
Mikhail Saltychev, Ville Äärimaa, Petri Virolainen, Katri Laimi
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the evidence on effectiveness of surgery for shoulder impingement compared with conservative treatment. DATA SOURCES: Cochrane Controlled Trials Register, MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL and Science Citation Index databases were searched in March 2013 unrestricted by date or language. STUDY SELECTION: Controlled randomized (RCT) or quasi-randomized clinical trials comparing surgery and conservative treatment of shoulder impingement were included...
2015: Disability and Rehabilitation
E Marzetti, A Rabini, G Piccinini, D B Piazzini, M C Vulpiani, M Vetrano, A Specchia, G Ferriero, C Bertolini, V M Saraceni
BACKGROUND: Traditional rehabilitation improves pain and function in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome. Neurocognitive rehabilitation has shown to be highly effective after surgical reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. However, its effects in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome have not yet been established. AIM: The aim of the study was to compare the effects of neurocognitive therapeutic exercise, based on proprioception and neuromuscular control, on pain and function in comparison to traditional therapeutic exercise in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome...
June 2014: European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine
Mark S Hsiao, Kenneth L Cameron, Christopher J Tucker, Matthew Benigni, Theodore A Blaine, Brett D Owens
BACKGROUND: Little is known about the incidence and characteristics of primary, or external, shoulder impingement in an occupationally and physically active population. A longitudinal, prospective epidemiologic database was used to determine the incidence and risk factors for shoulder subacromial impingement in the United States (U.S.) military. Our hypothesis was that shoulder impingement is influenced by age, sex, race, military rank, and branch of service. METHODS: The Defense Medical Epidemiology Database was queried for all shoulder impingement injuries using International Classification of Disease, Ninth Addition, Clinical Modification code 726...
September 2015: Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
Melina N Haik, Francisco Alburquerque-Sendín, Paula R Camargo
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the short-term effects of thoracic spine manipulation (TSM) on pain, function, scapular kinematics, and scapular muscle activity in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome. DESIGN: Randomized controlled trial with blinded assessor and patient. SETTING: Laboratory. PARTICIPANTS: Patients with shoulder impingement syndrome (N=61). INTERVENTIONS: Participants were randomly allocated to TSM group (n=30) or sham-TSM group (n=31) and attended 2 intervention sessions over a 1-week period...
August 2017: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Mark P Jensen, Jeremiah J Trudeau, Richard Radnovich, Bradley S Galer, Arnold R Gammaitoni
OBJECTIVES: To describe the effects of 2 pain treatments for shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS), and illustrate how investigators can use pain quality information to understand treatment response differences. MATERIALS AND METHODS: This study presents pain quality data from a randomized open-label study comparing the effects of an injection of triamcinolone and up to twice daily application of a heated lidocaine/tetracaine (Trilexis) patch in individuals with SIS...
April 2015: Clinical Journal of Pain
Ruedi Steuri, Martin Sattelmayer, Simone Elsig, Chloé Kolly, Amir Tal, Jan Taeymans, Roger Hilfiker
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effectiveness of conservative interventions for pain, function and range of motion in adults with shoulder impingement. DESIGN: Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised trials. DATA SOURCES: Medline, CENTRAL, CINAHL, Embase and PEDro were searched from inception to January 2017. STUDY SELECTION CRITERIA: Randomised controlled trials including participants with shoulder impingement and evaluating at least one conservative intervention against sham or other treatments...
September 2017: British Journal of Sports Medicine
Daniel I Rhon, Robert B Boyles, Joshua A Cleland
BACKGROUND: Corticosteroid injections (CSIs) and physical therapy are used to treat patients with the shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS) but have never been directly compared. OBJECTIVE: To compare the effectiveness of 2 common nonsurgical treatments for SIS. DESIGN: Randomized, single-blind, comparative-effectiveness, parallel-group trial. ( NCT01190891). SETTING: Military hospital-based outpatient clinic in the United States...
August 5, 2014: Annals of Internal Medicine
Sebastian Povlsen, Bo Povlsen
The diagnosis of thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) has long been a controversial and challenging one. Despite common presentations with pain in the neck and upper extremity, there are a host of presenting patterns that can vary within and between the subdivisions of neurogenic, venous, and arterial TOS. Furthermore, there is a plethora of differential diagnoses, from peripheral compressive neuropathies, to intrinsic shoulder pathologies, to pathologies at the cervical spine. Depending on the subdivision of TOS suspected, diagnostic investigations are currently of varying importance, necessitating high dependence on good history taking and clinical examination...
March 20, 2018: Diagnostics
Bryce W Gaunt, Michael A Shaffer, Eric L Sauers, Lori A Michener, George M McCluskey, Chuck Thigpen
This manuscript describes the consensus rehabilitation guideline developed by the American Society of Shoulder and Elbow Therapists. The purpose of this guideline is to facilitate clinical decision making during the rehabilitation of patients following arthroscopic anterior capsulolabral repair of the shoulder. This guideline is centered on the principle of the gradual application of stress to the healing capsulolabral repair through appropriate integration of range of motion, strengthening, and shoulder girdle stabilization exercises during rehabilitation and daily activities...
March 2010: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
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