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Comparison of Soft Tissue Biased Manual Therapy and Conventional Physical Therapy in Patients With Frozen Shoulder

Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder (FS), is a condition characterized by a functional restriction of both active and passive shoulder motion with unremarkable glenohumeral joint radiographs findings. Frozen shoulder is divided into primary and secondary type. The mechanism of primary FS is still unknown and the secondary FS ...

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Spray vs EMLA Cream on Pain During Intra-articular Injection

All participants are randomly allocated to the spray group, EMLA group and placebo group. In spray group, participants receive an application of placebo cream at the needle electrode insertion site 60 minutes before needle insertion, and a self adhering dressing is placed over the site. After 60 minutes, the dressing ...

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Hyaluronate Injection for Lateral Epicondylitis

Patients will be randomized and blinded into one of the two arms. Patients will receive 3 injections total spaced over a 4 week period. After the injections are completed, patients will return for evaluation at 3, 6 and 12 months from the initial injection. A total of 72 patients will ...

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Effect of Ultrasound-guided Suprascapular Nerve Block Versus Intra-articular Corticosteroid Injection for Frozen Shoulder

The inclusion criteria is: 1. unilateral side involvement; 2. 50% loss of passive ROM (external rotation or abduction) in the glenohumeral joint comparing to the unaffected side; 3. duration of symptoms 3 months. 4. age 20year old. The exclusion criteria include: 1. ever received manipulation of the affected shoulder with/without ...

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Comparison of Intra-articular and Intra-tendinous Injections for Treatment of Lateral Epicondylitis

Background Lateral epicondylitis, commonly known as "tennis elbow" is a common cause of elbow pain, occurring in 1-3% of adults each year. It is a common pathology encountered in primary care, as well as specialty clinics. The typical patient is in his or her 4th-5th decade. Males and females are ...

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Treatment of Lateral Elbow Tendinopathy

The prevalence of lateral elbow tendinopathy is prevalence of 1-3%, with a peak incidence between 35-50 years of age (Green et al., 2002). The main symptoms are pain over the lateral humeral epicondyle upon palpation and pain full resisted dorsiflexion of the wrist. Ultrasonographic changes include hyper-/hypo-echoic areas and increased ...

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Adhesive Capsulitis: Prospective Analysis of Efficacy and Financial Impact for Use of Physical Therapy in Treatment

Objectives The purpose of this study is to identify individuals 18 or older who have diagnostic presentation of adhesive capsulitis and randomize them into two arms, distinguished by use of physical therapy and steroid injections compared with steroid injections followed by watchful waiting. This prospective study will be used to ...

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Manipulation Under Anesthesia Versus Arthroscopic Capsular Release in the Treatment of Adhesive Capsulitis

Shoulder pain is one of the most common causes of musculoskeletal disability in the adult population. Adhesive capsulitis is one of a multitude of pathologic entities that can cause shoulder pain and dysfunction. The condition is seen frequently in the clinics of primary care providers and orthopedic surgeons. Patients who ...

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Fu's Subcutaneous Needling on the Myofascial Trigger Points: Lateral Epicondylitis

Lateral epicondylitis, also called tennis elbow, is the most common disease in elbow-pain symptoms. The major mechanism is overuse of the flexors, extensors and supination muscles in the wrist, causing micro-trauma in the muscles attachment to the lateral epicondyle of the elbow. The long-term accumulated and poor repaired trauma causes ...

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What Factors Area Associated With Prognosis After Steroid Hydrodilatation for Adhesive Capsulitis

Objective: To investigate the factors associated with improvement after intraarticular steroid injection for patients with Frozen shoulder Design: Prospective study. Participants: Patients with Frozen shoulder were recorded the demographic data, associated disease, ultrasound findings at baselines. Intervention: One shot intraarticular steroid hydrodilatation Main Outcome Measures: Visual analog scale (VAS) of ...

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