EFFECT OF MYOFASICAL RALEASE VERUS SPECIFIC INFERIOR CASPULAR STRTCH IN FROZEN SHOULDER PATIENTS

1Dr. Shraddha Mohite, Dr.Amrutkuvar Rayjade, Dr.Amruta Khilwani, Dr.Gauri Nikam

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Abstract:

Shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the human body. The joint structure around the shoulder is capsule, disk, ligament, bursae, and Glenoid labrum and muscle. The most common structure affected in frozen shoulder is the inferior joint capsule because the inferior capsule is thin and deficient for the passage of long head of biceps. Experimental study was conducted at Krishna college of physiotherapy, karad. 46 participants the age group of 40-70 years both genders were selected according to the inclusion criteria. Group A (23) participants were treated with myofasical release along with exercises while Group B (23) were treated with specific inferior capsular stretch along with exercises. Then the statistical analysis was done between the two group to find the result. Out of 46 selected subjects. Statistical analysis was done using paired and unpaired t test. The pre and post assessment was done among Group A Group B . It was observed that the there was statistical significance with p<0.5. The mean difference among VAS and variables among Group B was more as compared to Group A. hence we had proved that Group B was better than Group A. Thus ,from the conducted study it concludes that specific inferior capsular stretch had significant improvement clinically and statistically than myofasical release on SPADI ,VAS and ROM scores thus facilitating functional outcomes.

Keywords:

Frozen shoulder, Inferior capsular stretch, Diabetes mellitus, Myofascial Ralease,

Paper Details
Month4
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 5
Pages7757-7770

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