Emphasizing Scapular Muscles Force Couple Activation and Conventional Exercises to Treat Scapular Dyskinesis in Secondary Subacromial Impingement Syndrome on Reducing Pain, Disability Index And Fear Avoidance Beliefs: A Comparative study

Pavithraa, V G (2016) Emphasizing Scapular Muscles Force Couple Activation and Conventional Exercises to Treat Scapular Dyskinesis in Secondary Subacromial Impingement Syndrome on Reducing Pain, Disability Index And Fear Avoidance Beliefs: A Comparative study. Masters thesis, KMCH College of Physiotherapy, Coimbatore.

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Abstract

OBJECTIVES: Emphasizing scapular muscles force couple activation and conventional exercises to treat scapular dyskinesis in secondary subacromial impingement syndrome on reducing pain, disability index and fear avoidance beliefs. STUDY DESIGN: Quasi experimental study design. STUDY SETTING: Outpatient department of KMCH hospitals, coimbatore. SAMPLE SIZE&INTERVENTION: 30 individual with subacromial impingement syndrome who met the inclusion criteria were selected for the study. • GROUP- A (experimental) : 15 individuals received scapular muscles force couple activation exercises. • GROUP- B (control) : 15 individuals received conventional exercises. OUTCOME MEASURE: • Pain status. • Disability index. • Fear avoidance belief level. MEASUREMENT TOOLS: • Shoulder pain and disability index. • Fear avoidance belief questionnaire. RESULTS & CONCLUSION: The data were analyzed using paired, and independent ‘t’ tests at 5% level of significance. the scapular muscles force couple activation exercises group showed a greater improvement when compared with the conventional exercises group. The results of this study concluded that scapular muscles force couple activation is more effective for subacromial impingement syndrome individuals.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Additional Information: Reg.No: 27140082
Uncontrolled Keywords: Subacromial impingement syndrome, scapular dyskinesis, force couple activation, shoulder pain and disability index.
Subjects: PHYSIOTHERAPY > Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics
Depositing User: Kambaraman B
Date Deposited: 12 Mar 2018 17:21
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2018 17:21
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/6179

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