"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"
2015, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part B
Effect of High Grade Mobilisation Techniques and Scapular Stabilization Exercises in Frozen ShoulderAuthor(s):
Yatheendra kumar G, S. Sudhakar MPT, Phd, Aitha yashvanth, Siva Jyothi NAbstract:
The aim of this study is to improve ROM and maintain scapula humeral rhythm by High grade mobilisation technique and scapular stabilisation exercises in frozen shoulder. A total of 30 subjects divided into 2 groups included both male and female with unilateral frozen shoulder were selected, Group A was given conventional therapy, Group B was given High Grade mobilisation and scapular stabilization exercises along with conventional therapy. All the participants underwent 4 outcome measures, pre and post intervention which included a Visual Analogue Scale for pain, Shoulder external rotation abduction and flexion range of motion, Disability of Arm Shoulder and Hand scale for functional analysis. The obtained results demonstrated a significant difference exists among the groups after 4th week (p<0.05). This study concludes that Scapular stabilization exercises in addition to HGMT is effective in decreasing pain and increasing ROM and functional ability by restoring scapula humeral rhythm in frozen shoulder.Pages: 80-83 | 2131 Views 10 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Yatheendra kumar G, S. Sudhakar MPT, Phd, Aitha yashvanth, Siva Jyothi N. Effect of High Grade Mobilisation Techniques and Scapular Stabilization Exercises in Frozen Shoulder. International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health. 2015; 2(1): 80-83.