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Does Altering Sitting Posture Have a Direct Effect on Clinical Shoulder Tests in Individuals With Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff Degenerative Tears?

Posture variations have been repeatedly linked to shoulder kinematics, strength, range of motion, and rotator cuff diseases. However,  no study has yet examined its possible link with shoulder pain provocation and pain levels during clinical shoulder tests.

The association between pain beliefs and pain intensity and/or disability in people with shoulder pain: A systematic review.

Pain beliefs might play a role in the development, transition, and perpetuation of shoulder pain.

Does the pectoralis minor length influence acromiohumeral distance, shoulder pain-function, and range of movement?

To determine the association between pectoralis minor length (PML) and the acromiohumeral distance (AHD) in the symptomatic (S) and the asymptomatic (A) shoulder of subjects with chronic shoulder pain, and in shoulder free of pain controls (C). Furthermore, to analyze the relationship between PML and shoulder pain-function and range of movement (ROM) free of pain.

An unusual cause of shoulder pain and weakness.

Shoulder pain and weakness are common presenting Emergency Department complaints. Patients are often diagnosed with fractures, dislocations, bursitis, and muscle strain. Here we present an unusual cause of shoulder pain in an athletic and otherwise healthy young patient that does not respond to typical treatments for musculoskeletal pain.

Core stability, shoulder peak torque and function in throwing athletes with and without shoulder pain.

This study compared core stability, shoulder isokinetic peak torque and shoulder function in throwers with and without shoulder pain.

Local Allergic Reaction to Subcutaneous Treatment with Procaine in a Patient with Shoulder Pain - a Case Study.

 A 53-year-old man presented at the general practitioner's office with 2 weeks of existing shoulder pain without radiation. On physical examination, no abnormalities were found, except for left-sided tension of the shoulder muscles.

Does Tourniquet Time or Pressure Contribute to Intracranial Pressure Increase Following Tourniquet Application?

The aim of this study was to determine whether an early increase in intracranial pressure (ICP) following the deflation of a tourniquet is related to the tourniquet time (TT) or tourniquet pressure (TP) and to identify a safe cutoff value for TT or TP.

People with musculoskeletal shoulder pain demonstrate no signs of altered pain processing.

Central sensitisation may contribute to persistent musculoskeletal shoulder pain. Few studies have provided a comprehensive sensory and psychosocial evaluation of this population.

Persistent Shoulder Pain in Young Male: Osteosarcoma.

A 16-year-old Malay boy presented to Kota Bharu Health Care Centre, Kelantan, with left shoulder pain after sustaining a fall. On further history taking, it was noted that the pain preceded the fall by 1 month. The early changes of osteosarcoma were visible on an X-ray during the initial presentation; however, this was missed by the primary care doctors. Three months later, the patient presented with persistent pain in the left shoulder and was diagnosed with osteosarcoma.

Sternoclavicular joint palpation pain: the shoulder's Waddell sign?

Pain is a complex and subjective reality and can be magnified by nonorganic or nonanatomic sources. Multiple studies have demonstrated a correlation between psychological factors and patients' perceptions of musculoskeletal pain and disability. In addition, nonorganic findings as part of the physical examination are well and long recognized. The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between a shoulder examination test, palpation of the sternoclavicular joint (SCJ), and psychosocial condition...

Estimation of Shoulder Behavior From the Viewpoint of Minimized Shoulder Joint Load Among Adolescent Baseball Pitchers.

During pitching, an overloaded joint reaction force exerted on the shoulder and excessive shoulder horizontal abduction at ball release are considered risk factors causing anterior shoulder pain for young baseball pitchers. Hypothesis/Purpose: The first aim was to examine the relationship between shoulder horizontal abduction position and force on the shoulder at ball release. The second was to identify the relative rotational position of the shoulder and the range of shoulder motion at ball release that mi...

The Combat Application Tourniquet Versus the Tactical Mechanical Tourniquet.

Exsanguination from limb injury is an important battlefield consideration that is mitigated with the use of emergency tourniquets. The Combat Application Tourniquet (C-A-T®) is the current British military standard tourniquet.

Bi-directional relation between effort‒reward imbalance and risk of neck-shoulder pain: assessment of mediation through depressive symptoms using occupational longitudinal data.

Objectives Bi-directional associations between perceived effort‒reward imbalance (ERI) at work and neck-shoulder pain have been reported. There is also evidence of associations between ERI and depressive symptoms, and between depressive symptoms and pain while the links between ERI, depressive symptoms and pain have not been tested. We aimed to assess whether depressive symptoms mediate the association between ERI and neck-shoulder pain, as well as the association between neck-shoulder pain and ERI. Metho...

Does Pain Have a Role When It Comes to Tourniquet Training?

One of the greatest conundrums with tourniquet (TQ) education is the use of an appropriate surrogate of hemorrhage in the training setting to determine whether a TQ has been successfully used. At our facility, we currently use loss of audible Doppler signal or loss of palpable pulse to represent adequate occlusion of vasculature and thus successful TQ application. We set out to determine whether pain can be used to indicate successful TQ application in the training setting.

Nanoscale Bupivacaine Formulations to Enhance the Duration and Safety of Intravenous Regional Anesthesia.

Intravenous regional anesthesia (IVRA; Bier block) is commonly used to anesthetize an extremity for surgery. Limitations of the procedure include pain from the required tourniquet, the toxicity that can occur from systemic release of local anesthetics, and the lack of postoperative pain relief. We hypothesized that the nanoencapsulation of the local anesthetic would prolong local anesthesia and enhance safety. Here, we developed a ~15 nm micellar bupivacaine formulation (M-Bup) and tested it in a rat tail v...

Clinical Outcomes and Central Pain Mechanisms are Improved after Upper Trapezius Eccentric Training in Female Computer Users with Chronic Neck/Shoulder Pain.

The effects of eccentric exercises on clinical outcomes and central pain mechanisms are unclear in neck/shoulder pain (NSP). The aims were to (1) evaluate the clinical impact of unilateral eccentric training in female computer users with chronic NSP, (2) compare pressure pain sensitivity, temporal summation of pain (TSP), and conditioned pain modulation (CPM) in female office workers with and without NSP, and (3) assess sensitization and central pain responses after training.

Bilateral scapular kinematics, asymmetries and shoulder pain in wheelchair athletes.

Shoulder pain is the most common complaint for wheelchair athletes. Scapular orientation and dyskinesia are thought to be associated with shoulder pathology, yet no previous studies have examined the bilateral scapula kinematics of wheelchair athletes during propulsion.

Bilateral Inferior Angle Ossicles of the Scapula: Pain Generators in a Young Woman: A Case Report.

We present the case of a 16-year-old woman with refractory shoulder pain despite nonoperative treatment. The only shoulder pathology that was noted on advanced imaging was an unfused ossicle on the inferior angle of each scapula. She was successfully treated with simple excision bilaterally; as demonstrated by the shoulder scores, there was substantial improvement.

Effects of an anteroposterior mobilization of the glenohumeral joint in overhead athletes with chronic shoulder pain: A randomized controlled trial.

Passive oscillatory mobilizations are often employed by physiotherapists to reduce shoulder pain and increase function. However, there is little data about the neurophysiological effects of these mobilizations.


Facilitated pain mechanisms have been demonstrated in musculoskeletal pain but it is unclear whether a recent painful injury leaves the pain system sensitized. Pain characteristics were assessed in individuals who recently recovered from ankle pain (recovered pain group; n=25) and sex-matched controls (n=25) in response to tonic-pressure pain and saline-induced pain applied at the shin muscle. Pain intensity and pain referral patterns were recorded bilaterally after the painful muscle stimulus. Pressure pai...

Electrical stimulation in the treatment of hemiplegic shoulder pain: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.

OBJECTIVETo determine the effect of electrical stimulation (ES) in the treatment of hemiplegic shoulder pain (HSP).DESIGNEight databases were systematically searched for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) with a treatment duration of at least two weeks comparing ES with sham stimulation or no stimulation for patients with HSP. Shoulder pain on the hemiplegic side after stroke at baseline was required at study selection. The overall effects of ES were calculated using a meta-analytic method.

Inactive individuals with chronic neck pain have changes in range of motion and functional performance of the shoulder.

To correlate the range of movement and functional performance of the shoulder with pain measures in inactive individuals with and without neck pain. In addition, comparisons were made between the groups.

Interscalene Block with and without Intraoperative Local Infiltration with Liposomal Bupivacaine in Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Interscalene brachial plexus blockade (ISBPB) is an effective anesthetic technique for shoulder arthroplasty; however, "rebound pain" can increase the patient's postoperative pain experience and narcotic usage. Exparel (liposomal bupivacaine) injected into the soft tissues at the surgical site has theoretical efficacy for up to 72 hours after administration. The purpose of this study was to evaluate postoperative pain scores and narcotic consumption following shoulder arthroplasty performed with either ISBP...

Changes in propulsion technique and shoulder complex loading following low-intensity wheelchair practice in novices.

Up to 80% of wheelchair users are affected by shoulder pain. The Clinical Practice Guidelines for preservation of upper limb function following spinal cord injury suggest that using a proper wheelchair propulsion technique could minimize the shoulder injury risk. Yet, the exact relationship between the wheelchair propulsion technique and shoulder load is not well understood.

Arthroscopic Superior Capsular Reconstruction for Dislocation of the Shoulder with an Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tear: A Case Report.

A 49-year-old man presented with apprehension of a repeat dislocation after a left shoulder dislocation, which was accompanied by pain and restricted active range of motion of the shoulder. We performed an arthroscopic Bankart repair as well as an arthroscopic superior capsular reconstruction (ASCR) with fascia lata for the irreparable massive rotator cuff tear. Two years postoperatively, there was no shoulder pain or repeat dislocation; the range of motion had improved.

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