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Title: The Influence of Extra Corporeal Shock Waves and therapeutic Exercises in Patients with Chronic Frozen Shoulder
Authors: Umalgura Osman Mohamed Elamin
Keywords: Physiotherapy
Frozen Shoulder
Issue Date: 16-Jan-2017
Publisher: جامعة النيلين - كلية الدراسات العليا
Abstract: Abstract Background: Frozen shoulder is a common shoulder disorder in which patients have pain and limited active and passive range of motion at all direction. A lot of strategies like exercises, passive stretching, and myofascial release, therapeutic ultrasound, cryotherapy, and transcutaneous electrical stimulation have been widely used to alleviate pain and increase ROM. Shock waves used to reduce pain and improve range of motion. The aim of this study to investigate the short term effects of shock wave technique in treatment of patients with chronic ti-ozen shoulder Material and methodology: A total of 30 participants with chronic frozen shoulder were randomly allocated into two groups. Group A (therapeutic exercise), Group (B) (therapeutic exercise and shock waves), l2 sessions was done to all patients. Visual analogue scale, shoulder pain and disability index, universal geniometer that were assessed pre, and post treatment 12 sessions. Results: The current study found that Combination of these techniques (therapeutic exercise and shock waves) has positive effect that increase the functional performance (p=0.00l), and abduction Range of motion in shoulder (p=0.003) in experimental group (B). Conclusion: Combination of both techniques was effective in short term effect in increase filnctional ability and abduction range of motion in patients with chronic fi'ozen shoulder.
Description: مؤتمر
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/10391
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