Effect of thoracic thrust manipulation on individuals with shoulder impingement
Scapular kinematics pre- and post-thoracic thrust manipulation in individuals with and without shoulder impingement symptoms: a randomized controlled studyJ Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2014 Jul;44(7):475-87
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One hundred subjects, 52 shoulder impingement syndrome (SIS) patients and 48 asymptomatic patients, were randomized to receive thrust thoracic spine manipulation (TSM) or sham intervention. Patients were assessed before intervention and immediately after treatment. Results from the study demonstrated that patients with SIS had pain improved slightly from pre- to post-test, although the difference ...
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