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Effect of Kinesiotaping with Maitland Mobilization and Maitland Mobilization in Management of Frozen Shoulder

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 9)

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Page : 1817-1821

Keywords : Maitland mobilization; Kinesiotaping; Ultrasound; Diabetes Mellitus; Frozen Shoulder; VAS; SPADI score; ROM;

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Introduction: Frozen Shoulder describes the clinical entity in which person has restricted passive mobility at Glenohumeral joint, which causes functional limitations. Diabetes mellitus patients are more affected by this condition. Many techniques are found effective in treating frozen shoulder. The present study was done in frozen shoulder patients with diabetes mellitus with the aim to find out additional effect of Kinesiotaping along with Maitland mobilization in managing frozen shoulder. Objectives: To study and compare effectiveness of Maitland mobilization and kinesiotaping on functional outcome in frozen shoulder. Method: 32 subjects were divided in 2 Groups. GROUP A (experimental Group) treated with Maitland mobilization and Kinesiotaping and GROUP B (control Group) treated with Maitland mobilization. Both the Groups were initially treated with hot moist packs for 20 min and Ultrasound for 5 min. Exercises were advised. Subjects received 4 weeks intervention for 3 days/ week. Outcome measures VAS, SPADI and ROM were assessed before and after intervention. Results: The results showed improvement in pain and disability in both the groups, but improvement in group A was statistically extremely significant than group B. Conclusion: Maitland mobilization with Kinesiotaping along with conventional therapy improves the pain and disability in patients with frozen shoulder.

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