International Journal of Medical and Health Research

International Journal of Medical and Health Research


International Journal of Medical and Health Research
International Journal of Medical and Health Research
Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2020)

Early freezing phase of shoulder adhesive capsulitis: A correlation between shoulder pain and shoulder joint mobility


Tejashree Phulambrikar, Dr. Surendra Wani

The Objective of this study was to study the correlation of shoulder pain and shoulder passive range of motion in patients with early freezing phase of adhesive capsulitis.(Materials and Methods)-In this Observational, Correlational analytical study,50 participants of early freezing phase of adhesive capsulitis of both gender between the age group 45-70 were included using purposive sampling method. All participants were assessed for pain using visual analog scale, passive range of motion using universal goniometer. The obtained data was analyzed using Pearson correlation coefficient. (Result)-The result showed mean range of motion for shoulder flexion, extension, abduction, medial rotation, lateral rotation was 138±2.54, 51.34±0.82, 123.67±2.87, 56.44±1.29, 46.59±1.57 respectively and mean pain score 7.48±0.95 among patients. There was significant correlation found between variables shoulder pain and shoulder joint mobility. (Conclusion)-A negative correlation exists between the shoulder pain and shoulder mobility (Passive range of motion) in patients with early freezing phase of shoulder adhesive capsulitis.
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Tejashree Phulambrikar, Dr. Surendra Wani. Early freezing phase of shoulder adhesive capsulitis: A correlation between shoulder pain and shoulder joint mobility. International Journal of Medical and Health Research, Volume 6, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 123-125
International Journal of Medical and Health Research