Rehabilitation of a college baseball pitcher emphasizing proprioception

Gribble, P.A.; McNally, K.
April 1998
Journal of Athletic Training (National Athletic Trainers' Associ;Apr-Jun98 Supplement, Vol. 33 Issue 2, pS49
Academic Journal
Case Study
Focuses on a case study of the rehabilitation of a male baseball pitcher who underwent arthroscopy for debridement of small SLAP lesion and subacromial space as well as shaving of synovitis of supraspinatus tendon. Background on the injury; Tests which he underwent prior to surgery; Medical condition of the pitcher after surgery; Details on his rehabilitation.


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