Presença de retroversão umeral e discinesia escapular em praticantes de tiro de laço

Analu Engler Carlos Rodrigo Boff Daitx Marcelo Baptista Döhnert Taiana Boeira Oliveira Daniela Steffen Cardoso About the authors

ABSTRACT

Objective:

The objective of the present study was to evaluate the presence of humeral retroversion and scapular dyskinesis in these practitioners.

Methods:

This cross-sectional study enrolled 129 subjects. The state of dyskinesis, muscle strength, range of motion, level of functionality and shoulder pain were evaluated.

Results:

The external rotation was higher (p = 0,005) and minor internal rotation on the dominant shoulder (p = 0,0001). The total movement of the dominant shoulder was lower, compared to the non-dominant (p = 0.0001). The presence of Scapular dyskinesis was 32,6%, predominantly type II dyskinesis (50%). The Spadi score was significantly higher in those with pain symptoms (p <0.05).

Conclusion:

People who practice tie-down roping showed humeral retroversion on the dominant shoulder and higher prevalence of scapular dyskinesis.

Keywords:
Scapular dyskinesis; Humeral retroversion; Rotator cuff

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