2012
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-51502012000200006
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Abstract: INTRODUÇÃO: Síndrome do impacto do ombro é uma alteração osteomuscular prevalente que leva a uma redução significativa da saúde e à incapacidade funcional. Esta lesão é causada pelo uso repetitivo dos braços acima da linha do ombro ou condição patológica em que ocorre irritação do tendão supraespinhoso secundária a uma abrasão em sua superfície pelo terço anterior do acrômio. Fisioterapia é, muitas vezes, a primeira opção de tratamento, embora sua eficácia ainda esteja em debate. Clinicamente, a reabilitação e… Show more

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“…Due to the simultaneous contraction of the agonist and antagonist muscles in the closed kinetic chain exercises, the incidence of injury is less and these exercises are more functional (18). The closed chain exercises, compared to open chain exercises, significantly increase strength, mobility and function of shoulder muscles (19). Although closed chain exercises are effective in stabilizing the scapula, open kinetic chain workout is preferred to fix the scapula, and these exercises are more effective in preventing shoulder injuries (20).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Due to the simultaneous contraction of the agonist and antagonist muscles in the closed kinetic chain exercises, the incidence of injury is less and these exercises are more functional (18). The closed chain exercises, compared to open chain exercises, significantly increase strength, mobility and function of shoulder muscles (19). Although closed chain exercises are effective in stabilizing the scapula, open kinetic chain workout is preferred to fix the scapula, and these exercises are more effective in preventing shoulder injuries (20).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%