Neuromuscular Exercises for Idiopathic Frozen Shoulder
Positive effects of neuromuscular exercises on pain and active range of motion in idiopathic frozen shoulder: a randomized controlled trial.BMC Musculoskelet Disord . 2023 Jan 20;24(1):50.
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Forty patients (> 40 years) with idiopathic frozen shoulder were randomized to receive either neuromuscular exercises (n=20) or strengthening exercises (n=20). Outcomes of interest were pain scores using the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) and active range of motion in flexion, extension, abduction, external rotation, and internal rotation after 8 weeks. Pain scores and range of motion in flexion, abduc...
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