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Title: Anterior shoulder instability : Identifying neuromotor control patterns during overhead arm motions
Authors: BALA SARAVANAMUTHU RAJARATNAM
Keywords: glenohumeral joint, anterior shoulder instability, neuromotor control
Issue Date: 26-Feb-2008
Source: BALA SARAVANAMUTHU RAJARATNAM (2008-02-26). Anterior shoulder instability : Identifying neuromotor control patterns during overhead arm motions. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Studying the temporal and magnitude characteristics of muscles provides insights into the regulation of neuromotor control at the glenohumeral joint. The present study quantifies the neuromotor control during the performance of elevation of pre-operative patients with anterior shoulder instability, and makes comparison with age-matched and older asymptomatic subjects and individuals with central neurological deficits. This study found neuromotor control strategies do not change with the plane of elevation except when central neuromotor control deficits exist. However, patients adopt different strategies to subjects; b
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/13094
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