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javdaneh N, soltanyan Z, ghasmi B. The effect of six week corrective exercises on pain and disability in patients with dyskinesias scapula syndrome. JAP 2020; 10 (4) :77-88
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 Aims and background: Scapula and shoulder pain is one of the most common complaints in today’s society. Preventing of Shoulder disorders is important to avoid secondary damage to the shoulder, such as impingement and shoulder instability. Dyskinesia is used to describe the reduction of natural physiological control, mechanics, and scapular movement. The increase in the amount of surgical operations and costs associated that non-surgical treatment, such as exercise therapy, has made the need for prevention programs more effective. Therefore, the aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of six weak corrective exercises on pain and  disability in patients with dyskinesia scapula syndrome. Materials and methods: The statistical population of the present study were academic women with dyskinesia. At first, 30 patients with dyskinesia in scapula were diagnosed using wall functional tests and internal shoulder rotation and randomly divided into experimental and control groups. Subjects with inferior angle Prominence and scapular edges were selected as subjects with dyskinesia’s scapula.  Pain evaluation was performed using Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) and disability was assessed by hand shoulder disability questionnaire. Then six weeks of comprehensive corrective combined exercises including stability, strengthening and muscular strength training were performed for three sessions per week for the experimental group. Data were analyzed using Repeated Measures ANOVA and paired t-test.in SPSS software. Finding: There was a significant difference between the two groups in the pain and disability variable after the intervention, so that the intervention group improved more than the control group (P <0.005). Conclusion: With reliance on the findings of the research, the use of corrective exercise program is suggested to improve pain in people with scapular dyskinesia.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Chronic pain managment
Received: 2019.11.28 | Accepted: 2020.01.17 | Published: 2020.01.30

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