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Research Paper | Physiotherapy | India | Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017
To Study the Prevalence of Scapular Dyskinesia in Gymers and Non Gymers
Divya Khare  | Supriya Vinay Deshmukh
Abstract: Aim To assess the prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in gymers as compared to non gymers. Methodology The study design was case control study which was done on 100 subjects. The sampling method used was purposive sampling. Fifty gymers and fifty matched non gymers were assessed for scapular dyskinesia using Lateral Scapula Slide Test (LSST). Result Result concluded that scapular dyskinesia is absent in gymers as compared to the non-gymers is rejected and hypothesis scapular dyskinesia is present in gymers as compared to non- gymers accepted based on the results of statistical analysis. Conclusion As the study has been proved significant, the gym protocols can be revised to include strengthening of the scapular muscles, thus preventing incidences of shoulder pain in gymers.
Keywords: scapular dyskinesia, gymers, non- gymers
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 6, June 2017,
Pages: 911 - 915
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