Combined Treatment with Corticosteroid Injection Plus Exercise and Manual Therapy Was Similar to Exercise and Manual Therapy Alone for Shoulder Pain at 12 Weeks
- Chronic Low Back Pain: A Critical Review of Specific Therapeutic Exercise Protocols on Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Parameters. Hubley-Kozey, Cheryl L.; McCulloch, Tracey A.; McFarland, David H. // Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy (Journal of Manual & Ma;2003, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p78
Although exercise is often used in the treatment of chronic non-specific low back pain, little is known about the efficacy of specific exercises on the physiological or structural processes underlying this form of back pain. We evaluated the current published studies that used specific exercise...
- A Body in Motion. Vogel, Jackie // Southern Living;Jan2000, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p46
Examines how movement can be beneficial to health. Benefits of body movements; How to get an edge on exercise; Tips for an attitude adjustment. INSET: Start Somewhere.
- Beneficial Effect of Gabexate Mesilate on Microscopic Polyangiitis With Renal Dysfunction and Pulmonary Hemorrhage: A Case Report. Miyawaki, Kiichiro; Shiraishi, Jun; Tsutsumi, Yasuhiko; Shiraishi, Emi; Ohtsuki, Katsuichi; Inoue, Miho; Tatsumi, Tetsuya; Azuma, Akihiro; Matsubara, Hiroaki // Angiology;Aug/Sep2006, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p522
Corticosteroids and cyclophosphamide are the mainstay of the treatment of microscopic polyanglitis involving pulmonary hemorrhage or rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis, However, patients with advanced age are unable to tolerate this combined therapy, because of a relatively high incidence of...
- Adding steroid injection to exercise and manual mobilization did not reduce shoulder pain and disability over the long term. Hegmann, Kurt T. // ACP Journal Club;11/16/2010, Vol. 153 Issue 5, p5
The article discusses the author's views on the treatment of the patients with shoulder pain and disability in the subacromial impingement syndrome. It states that adding local corticosteroid injection to exercise and manual mobilization therapy can reduce shoulder pain and disability in the...
- Manipulative therapy and a low load exercise regimen each reduced the frequency and intensity of cervicogenic headache. Jull, G.; Trott, P.; Potter, H. // Evidence Based Medicine;Jul2003, p109
The article presents a research that investigates the effectiveness of manipulative therapy (MT) and minimal low exercise in reducing cervicogenic headache of patients in Australia. Researchers did a blinded randomized controlled trial on 200 patients, wherein 51 of them are given MT while 51 of...
- A Prospective Clinical Trial Comparing Chiropractic Manipulation and Exercise Therapy vs. Chiropractic Mobilization and Exercise Therapy for Treatment of Patients Suffering from Adhesive Capsulitis/Frozen Shoulder. Rainbow, Daniel M.; Weston, J. Paul; Brantingham, James W.; Globe, Gary; Lee, Felix // Journal of the American Chiropractic Association;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p12
Objectives: To compare the effect of shoulder, cervical, and thoracic spine highvelocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) chiropractic manipulative therapy (CMT) and exercise vs. shoulder mobilization (Mob) and exercise in the treatment of frozen shoulder. Design: A prospective, systematically allocated...
- Asian Bodywork Therapy. Kapke, Kondañña // Massage & Bodywork;Oct/Nov2004, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p114
Features the Asian Bodywork Therapies (ABT). Treatment of the human body, mind, spirit; Use of movement, manipulation, or pressure techniques; Definition of ABT.
- Comparison of physiotherapy, manipulation, and corticosteroid injection for treating shoulder... Winters, Jan C.; Sobel, Jan S. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);05/03/97, Vol. 314 Issue 7090, p1320
Investigates the effect of corticosteroid injection, manipulation and physiotherapy on the duration of shoulder complaints in patients treated in general practice in Great Britain. Complaints originating from synovial structures; Shoulder girdle disorder.
- What is the initial approach to the treatment of shoulder pain? Weismantel, David; Abbott, Cathleen M.; Solomos, Nicholas J. // Journal of Family Practice;Jan2002, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the treatment of shoulder pain. There is no specific therapeutic recommendations for shoulder pain because of the lack of uniformity in the definition of shoulder disorders and variation in outcomes of clinical trials. Some of the treatment options that have been found...