International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences Vol. 9(2), pp. 275 - 293
DOI: 10.13189/saj.2021.090216
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Influence of Nonoperative Treatments for Subacromial Shoulder Pain: A Review Article


Tengku Fadilah Tengku Kamalden 1,*, Qais Gasibat 1, Agiela Emhemed Rafieda 2, Walied Ashoor Sulayman 3, Roxana Dev Omar Dev 1, Alif Syamim Syazwan 1, Mohd Rozilee Wazir 1
1 Department of Sport Studies, University Putra Malaysia (UPM), 43000 Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
2 Department of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Medical Technology, Misurata, Libya
3 University of Mediterranean Karpasia, Şht. M.Ruso Cad. No:79 Küçükkaymaklı, Nicosia, Cyprus

ABSTRACT

Sub-acromial pain syndrome (SAPS) in overhead athletes is the most common reason for shoulder pain. As a rational decision, the medical treatments of today will likely be the best cure for this particular population. Conservative techniques are generally utilised to treat inflammation and pain through electrophysical approaches or to control the subacromial space to avoid impingement by rotator cuff and scapular muscle exercises, as the SAPS (subacromial pressure) mechanism remains unclear. The aim of this analysis is to assess the efficiency of these measures for pain reduction and function improvement. The literature, the best research source to be used, was searched using such search engines as PubMed, Medline, and Google Scholar. The articles were chosen in a manner that relates to the study objective and also their scientific relevance. This research may inform that in subjects with a reduced subacromial space, exercise can have a greater impact on overhead athletes. The effectiveness of centred therapy with Extracorporeal Shockwave (ESWT) on severe plantar fasciitis is uncertain. A greater cohort with its training efficiency in comparison with the conventional physiotherapy programme is required to demonstrate the efficacy of SAPS bodyblade exercise on overhead athletes.

KEYWORDS
Conservative Intervention, Exercises, Electrophysical, Bodyblade Exercise, Subacromial Pain Syndrome, Extracorporeal Shockwave

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(a). IEEE Format:
[1] Tengku Fadilah Tengku Kamalden , Qais Gasibat , Agiela Emhemed Rafieda , Walied Ashoor Sulayman , Roxana Dev Omar Dev , Alif Syamim Syazwan , Mohd Rozilee Wazir , "Influence of Nonoperative Treatments for Subacromial Shoulder Pain: A Review Article," International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 275 - 293, 2021. DOI: 10.13189/saj.2021.090216.

(b). APA Format:
Tengku Fadilah Tengku Kamalden , Qais Gasibat , Agiela Emhemed Rafieda , Walied Ashoor Sulayman , Roxana Dev Omar Dev , Alif Syamim Syazwan , Mohd Rozilee Wazir (2021). Influence of Nonoperative Treatments for Subacromial Shoulder Pain: A Review Article. International Journal of Human Movement and Sports Sciences, 9(2), 275 - 293. DOI: 10.13189/saj.2021.090216.