A randomized controlled single-blinded comparison of stretching versus stretching and joint mobilization for posterior shoulder tightness measured by internal rotation motion loss

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2009-12-22
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Manske, Robert C.
Meschke, Matt
Porter, Andrew
Smith, Barbara S.
Reiman, Michael P.
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Manske, Robert C., Meschke, Matt, Porter, Andrew, Smith, Barbara and Michael, Reiman. 2009-12-22. A randomized controlled single-blinded comparison of stretching versus stretching and joint mobilization for posterior shoulder tightness measured by internal rotation motion loss. Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach 2010 2: 94, pp. 94-100

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The cross-arm stretch with joint mobilization and the crossarm stretch alone can significantly increase shoulder internal rotation following 4 weeks of intervention in a group of asymptomatic college-age students.

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