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Abstract

EFFECT OF GLENOHUMERAL GLIDING WITH CRYO FOR SHOULDER IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME

*Lokesh R. (Phd.), Senthil Selvam P. Phd., M. S. Sundaram Phd. and Saran Raj E.

ABSTRACT

Shoulder impingement syndrome is the third most common musculoskeletal syndrome among human population. it is usually a non-traumatic unilateral shoulder pain which causing reduced functional ability in shoulder. This study aim’s to know about the effect of glenohumeral gliding with cryotherapy and isometric strengthening of rotator cuff muscles with cryotherapy. To reduce pain and improve functional status and range of motion of shoulder. Materials and methods: A comparative experimental study was conducted on CSK physiotherapy and fitness clinic. 40 participants were selected based on inclusion criteria using randomized control trail method participants were divided in to two groups Group – A Experimental & Group –B Control group, both group received 4 weeks of intervention period. Result: The results showing that there was a significant improvement in both experimental and control group p<0.05. Conclusion: The results were showing although both groups were showing significant improvement but experimental group were having higher significant difference than control group.

Keywords: Shoulder impingement syndrome, glenohumeral gliding, isometric exercises.


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