Cyriax Inferior Capsule Stretching in Idiopathic Adhesive Capsulitis

2019-11-12 18:25:17 | BioPortfolio


The objective of study is to find out the effectiveness of cyriax capsular stretching in idiopathic adhesive capsulitis and to find out the combined effect of capsular stretching's, mobilization and conservative treatment on pain and Range of Motion (ROM) in idiopathic adhesive capsulitis.


This Randomized study was carried out at Pakistan Railway Hospital Rawalpindi. A total of 28 patients were screened out as per inclusion criteria and randomly placed into two groups A and B through lottery method. The Visual Analogue scale, Shoulder Pain and Disability Index, and Range of Motion of shoulder joint were used as outcome measures. All the patients were assessed at baseline before intervention and at the completion of 3weeks of treatment.

Study Design


Adhesive Capsulitis


Cyriax inferior capsular stretching + Manual Therapy, Manual therapy


Riphah International university




Riphah International University

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