scapulohumeral


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Adj.1.scapulohumeral - relating to the shoulder blade and upper arm bone
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Threedimensional scapular kinematics and scapulohumeral rhythm in patients with glenohumeral osteoarthritis or frozen shoulder.
In certain sports disciplines, the incidence of scapulohumeral dislocations is high.
Scapulothoracic and scapulohumeral exercises: a narrative review of electromyographic studies.
Muscle activation in coupled scapulohumeral motions in the high performance ten nis serve.
With input from physical therapists and doctors, the Cockrell School researchers designed Harmony's shoulder mechanism to facilitate natural, coordinated motions, particularly the scapulohumeral rhythm.
Reviews of the literature: the influence of the mobility in the cervicothoracic spine and the upper ribs (shoulder girdle) on the mobility of the scapulohumeral joint.
5% of the patients in Group C presented mild involvement of facial and scapulohumeral regions compared with 29.
Ambulatory measurement of the scapulohumeral rhythm: Intra- and inter-operator agreement of a protocol based on inertial and magnetic sensors.
Aquatic Physiotherapy (AP) has been promoted as a method for improving the scapulohumeral rhythm by reducing the weight on the arm.
This seems to show that the posterior scapular tilt follows the increase of the thoracohumeral angle, demonstrating advantages not only towards stability of the shoulder girdle but also for the force-length relationship of the scapulohumeral muscles (Borsa et al.
Scaputothoracic muscle fatigue associated with alterations in scapulohumeral rhythm kinematics during maximum resistive shoulder elevation.