Patterns of glenohumeral motion loss in patients with chronic rotator cuff tendinopathy and subacromial impingement.
Passive glenohumeral motion loss can occur in patients with chronic rotator cuff tendinopathy and subacromial impingement. It is essential for the clinician when evaluating patients with rotator cuff symptoms and subacromial impingement to assess for concomitant passive glenohumeral motion loss. If rehabilitative strategies do not address the motion loss in the shoulder, it is possible that the therapeutic rehabilitative intervention will fail.
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