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a supporting structure of the shoulder consisting of the muscles and tendons that attach the arm to the shoulder joint and enable the arm to move

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Effect of shoulder tightness on glenohumeral translation, scapular kinematics, and scapulohumeral rhythm in subjects with stiff shoulders.
This paper aims to bring theoretical arguments regarding the importance of suppleness in preventing scapulohumeral dislocation in performance athletes.
The right wing was amputated at the scapulohumeral joint, and the bird recovered well after surgery.
In agreement with the clinical description of FSHD, the characteristic presentation at onset associated with facial or scapulohumeral weakness was observed in most of our patients.
To compare the activation of the muscles of the right scapulohumeral rhythm, and synergists in different movements and speeds, on land and in water for extrapolation to clinical practice.
Considering internal rotation, athletes group demonstrated higher thoracohumeral range-of-motion, when compared with non-athletes, but no differences were found in scapulohumeral range-of-motion, which means that higher values of internal rotation seen in athletes seem to be due to an evident scapular contribution.
The horse with acute/recent olecranon bursitis suffers from the problem of flexion and extension of scapulohumeral joint.
The coracoclavicular ligaments play an important role in linking scapulohumeral motion and scapulothoracic motion.
Subsequently, relief of inflammation and pain associated with lumbago, scapulohumeral periarthritis, cervico-omo-brachial syndrome, and tendinists/tendosynovitis were approved as additional indications in June 2009.
A suspected case of proximal diabetic neuropathy predominantly presenting with scapulohumeral muscle weakness and deep aching pain.
Well, if it's a strain of the teres major (a scapulohumeral muscle) or medial shoulder instability, until you treat it appropriately, it's never going to get better
4) The Garth Method is recommended for scapulohumeral dislocations.
Here the technique is addressing a contributing factor (for example, increased scapulothoracic or scapulohumeral muscle tone) that, in turn, may reduce the load on the glenohumeral source(s) of the symptoms.
INTRODUCTION: Adhesive capsulitis is an insidious and progressive pain with decreased active and passive mobility of the glenohumeral joint involving scapulohumeral pain.