Objective: To determine the effectiveness of joint mobilization techniques in the range of motion in adult patients with primary adhesive shoulder capsulitis. Methods: Systematic review with meta-analysis. Two authors carried out the selection of studies and the extraction of data, independently. Risk of bias was evaluated according to the tool proposed by Cochrane. Results: We included 14 studies with variable risk of bias.
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Objective: To determine the effectiveness of joint mobilization techniques in the range of motion in adult patients with primary adhesive shoulder capsulitis. Methods: Systematic review with meta-analysis.
Two authors carried out the selection of studies and the extraction of data, independently. Risk of bias was evaluated according to the tool proposed by Cochrane. Results: We included 14 studies with variable risk of bias. Posterior mobilization compared to any other technique was not significantly different 0.
When applying a set of joint techniques versus a control group, for abduction the difference is In both cases, the results are statistically significant, and the effect size is moderate. Conclusions: The evidence is not conclusive about the effectiveness of joint mobilization.
When compared with treatments that do not include manual therapy, joint mobilization seems to have a favorable effect on the range of motion and pain reduction in patients with primary adhesive shoulder capsulitis. Resultados: Se incluyeron 14 estudios con variados riesgos de sesgo. Keywords: manual therapy; meta-analysis; randomized clinical trial; range of movement; adhesive capsulitis.
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Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder , also known as frozen shoulder , is a condition characterized by thickening and contraction of the shoulder joint capsule and surrounding synovium. Adhesive capsulitis can rarely affect other sites such as the ankle 8. The incidence in patients with diabetes is reported to be 2 to 4 times higher than in the general population. Adhesive capsulitis is typically a self-limiting disease that improves over years. Treatment options include:. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys. Updating… Please wait.
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Con el paso del tiempo, se genera gran dificultad para mover el hombro. Se desarrolla en tres etapas:. A medida que el dolor empeora, su hombro pierde rango de movimiento. El movimiento del hombro mejora lentamente durante la etapa de "descongelado". Las causas del hombro congelado no se comprenden plenamente. Otras enfermedades. El dolor que produce el hombro congelado es generalmente un dolor sordo, o fijo y continuo.
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Adhesive capsulitis , also known as frozen shoulder , is a condition associated with shoulder pain and stiffness. The cause in most cases is unknown. The condition often resolves over time without intervention but this may take several years. Symptoms include shoulder pain and limited range of motion although these symptoms are common in many shoulder conditions. An important symptom of adhesive capsulitis is the severity of stiffness that often makes it nearly impossible to carry out simple arm movements. Pain due to frozen shoulder is usually dull or aching and may be worse at night and with any motion. The symptoms of primary frozen shoulder has been described as having three  or four stages.