Purpose of the study: This study compares effects of isometric, concentric and eccentric exercises for shoulder muscles by using low load blood flow restriction training on pain, strength and function in patients with SIS.
Age range 30-40 years. - Pain localized to the proximal anterolateral shoulder region, - Positive for pain on at least one of the following three impingement tests: Hawkins-Kennedy, Neers, Jobes and Positive for pain on at least one of the following four tests: Painful arc, drop arm test, lift off test, and resisted external rotation (Fatima et al., 2021
Large, full-thickness rotator cuff tear, Moderate, severe glenohumeral or acromioclavicular joint osteoarthritis. - Glenohumeral joint instability including previous shoulder dislocation/subluxation. - Previous shoulder fracture. - Current neck pain/dysfunction with a somatic or radicular referral pattern indicative of cervical spine rather than shoulder as primary source of symptoms and/or pathology. - Neurological deficits of the upper limb. - Systemic inflammatory arthritic conditions (Fatima et al., 2021).
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