Effects of Blood Flow Restriction Training in Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain

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    University of Alcala
Updated on 25 June 2022


Blood flow restriction training is widespread in sport performance areas, where it has proven to be beneficial in strength and hypertrophy development. However, there are only few studies related to its effects on subjects with pathology, and currently, there is no recent clinical trial evaluating its effects on patients with RCRSP. We are aiming to define the potential benefits, acute and short-term effects of adding blood flow restriction to a low-load exercise training for patients with RCRSP.

Condition Subacromial Pain Syndrome
Treatment Side-lying external rotation exercise with a dumbbell, Side-lying external rotation exercise with a dumbbell with 40% arterial occlusion pressure blood flow restriction, Side-lying external rotation exercise with a dumbbell with 80% arterial occlusion pressure blood flow restriction
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04834271
SponsorUniversity of Alcala
Last Modified on25 June 2022

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