Volume 21, Issue 26 (12-2023)                   RSMT 2023, 21(26): 56-76 | Back to browse issues page

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Ghanizadeh hesar N, Moradi B, Musa Gholizadeh Fallah M. The Effect Of Corrective Exercises Focused On Chain Reactions, On Scapular Position, Proprioception And Shoulder Functional Stability Of Female Students With Upper-Crossed Syndrome. RSMT 2023; 21 (26) :56-76
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Urmia University , n_hesar@yahoo.com
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 Upper-crossed syndrome is one of the most common disorders of the upper body, which is associated with 45-65% of shoulder pain. This study has been conducted to investigate the effect of corrective exercises focused on chain reactions, on scapular position, proprioception and shoulder functional stability of female students with UCS. 30 female students between 14 and 18 years of age in Urmia city who had the mentioned disorder were selected using the purposive sampling method and were randomly divided into two experimental groups (15 people) and control (15 people). A tape measure was used to evaluate the distance between the median of the sternum to the coracoid ridge and the posterior-lateral distance of the acromion to the thoracic vertebra (scapular position), the Layton flexometer to measure proprioception, the Y Balance Test to evaluate the function of the upper limb, and the goniometer, tape measure and flexible ruler, respectively were used to measure head and shoulder forward angle and kyphosis. Independent and dependent t-tests were used to compare inter-group and intra-group means, respectively. The present study showed that the effect of corrective exercises on scapular position, proprioception and shoulder functional stability of female students with UCS was significant.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: آسیب شناسی و حرکات اصلاحی
Received: 2022/11/25 | Accepted: 2023/09/20 | Published: 2023/12/31

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