Research Paper | Physiotherapy | India | Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020
Prevalence of Scapular Dyskinesis in Desk Job Worker in Veteran Bank Professions
Pooja Sadakale, Parag Kulkarni
Background: Scapular dyskinesis is defined as visible alteration in scapular position & motion patterns & is believed to occur as a result of changes in activation of scapular stabilizing muscles. Hence, the repetitive muscular fatigue may directly affect the scapula humeral rhythm, resulting in compensatory increased rotation or destabilization of scapula these alteration in scapular position have implication for reduction in muscle function. The key scapular muscle for scapular stability & mobility are the upper & lower trapezius & serratus anterior muscle. Materials & Methodology: The study design was cross sectional. Total 100 samples were selected by purposive sampling from different Bank at Sangli District. Subjects were assessed for scapular dyskinesis using Modified lateral scapular slide test (MLSST) with the help of vernier calliper. The measurement was performed bilaterally at 3 different positions (arms by the side, Hands on hips, 90⁰ glenohumeral abduction in scaption with maximal internal rotation and 1 kg load in their hands). Results: The results shows that there were 46 % desk job workers who were having scapular dyskinesis and 54 % desk job workers who were not having scapular dyskinesis. Hence, prevalence of scapular dyskinesis in desk job worker in veteran bank professions was 46 %. Conclusion: In the present study, it concludes that scapular dyskinesis is prevalent among desk job worker in veteran bank professions in all three positions that is arm by the side, hands on hips and 90⁰ glenohumeral abduction in scaption with maximal internal rotation and 1 kg load in their hands).
Keywords: Scapular Dyskinesis, Modified Lateral Scapular Slide Test, Veteran Bank Professions
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020
Pages: 699 - 703
How to Cite this Article?
Pooja Sadakale, Parag Kulkarni, "Prevalence of Scapular Dyskinesis in Desk Job Worker in Veteran Bank Professions", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SR201007103550, Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020, 699 - 703
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