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  Title A preliminary randomized clinical trial on the effect of cervicothoracic manipulation plus supervised exercises vs a home exercise program for the treatment of shoulder impingement [clinical trial]
URL https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5440641/
Journal J Chiropr Med. 2017 Jun;16(2):85-93
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Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Clinical Trial
Abstract/Notes

Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate changes in pain, disability, and range of movement after cervicothoracic manipulation plus exercise therapy in individuals with unilateral shoulder impingement syndrome.

Methods: Forty-one patients (30 men, 11 women; aged 47 ± 9) diagnosed with unilateral shoulder impingement syndrome attended 10 sessions for 5 weeks (2 sessions/wk). Eligible patients were randomly allocated to 2 study groups: cervicothoracic manipulation plus exercise therapy (n = 21) or home exercise program (n = 20). The outcomes measures included the visual analog scale (VAS); the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand score; Shoulder Disability Questionnaire; subacromial impingement syndrome (Hawkins-Kennedy Test and Neer Test); and shoulder active range of motion (movements of flexion, extension, rotation, adduction, and abduction). Assessments were applied at baseline and 24 hours after completing 5 weeks of related interventions.

Results: After 5 weeks of treatment significant between-group differences were observed in the Disabilities of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand score (P = .012); however, no statistically significant differences were achieved for Shoulder Disability Questionnaire (P = .061) and pain intensity (P = .859). Both groups improved with regard to disability and clinical tests for detecting subacromial impingement syndrome.

Conclusions: This clinical trial suggests that cervicothoracic manipulative treatment with mobilization plus exercise therapy may improve intensity of pain and range of motion compared with the home exercise group alone; the home exercise group had significant changes for flexion, extension, adduction, and abduction, but not for external and internal rotation movement in patients with shoulder impingement.

Author keywords: Shoulder Impingement Syndrome, Musculoskeletal Manipulations, Pain, Disability Evaluation, Movement

Author affiliations: Andalusian Health Service. Physiotherapy Service (Spain / Almeria / Andalucía); University of Granada. Department of Physical Therapy (Spain / Almeria / Granada); Andalusian Health Service (Spain / Almeria / Granada); University of Almeria. Department of Nursing, Physical Therapy and Medicine (Spain / Almeria / Andalucía); Hospital de Poniente. Physiotherapy Service (Spain / Almeria / Andalucía)

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