Objective: To compare the effects of the three manual techniques in patient with shoulder impingement syndrome.
Research design: Pre test and post test structured, comparative study design.
Participants: 30 subjects were taken from outpatient physiotherapy department of SVNIRTAR and sub-centers.
Outcome measures: Pain intensity by VAS, shoulder range of motion and shoulder pain and disability index.
Results and conclusion: The results of the study suggest that all the intervention presented in the study ie, Maitland cervicothoracic mobilization, Maitland glenohumeral mobilization, posterior shoulder stretching are equally effective to reduce pain, disability and increase ROM when given with common strengthening exercises in individuals with shoulder impingement syndrome
Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN