Rotator-cuff muscle-recruitment strategies during shoulder rehabilitation exercises.

Abstract:

CONTEXT:There are contradictory data on optimal muscle-activation strategies for restoring shoulder stability. Further investigation of neuromuscular-control strategies for glenohumeral-joint stability will guide clinicians in decisions regarding appropriate rehabilitation exercises. OBJECTIVES:To determine whether subscapularis, infraspinatus, and teres minor (anteroposterior force couple) muscle activation differ between 4 shoulder exercises and describe coactivation ratios and individual muscle-recruitment characteristics of rotator-cuff muscles throughout each shoulder exercise. DESIGN:Crossover. SETTING:Laboratory. PARTICIPANTS:healthy, physically active men, age 20.55 ± 2.0 y. INTERVENTIONS:4 rehabilitation exercises: pitchback, PNF D2 pattern with tubing, push-up plus, and slide board. MAIN OUTCOMES MEASURES:Mean coactivation level, coactivation-ratio patterns, and level (area) of muscle-activation patterns of the subscapularis, infraspinatus, and teres minor throughout each exercise. RESULTS:Coactivation levels varied throughout each exercise. Subscapularis activity was consistently higher than that of the infraspinatus and teres minor combined at the start of each exercise and in end ranges of motion. Individual muscle-recruitment levels in the subscapularis were also different between exercises. CONCLUSION:Results provide descriptive data for determining normative coactivation-ratio values for muscle recruitment for the functional exercises studied. Differences in subscapularis activation suggest a reliance to resist anteriorly directed forces.

journal_name

J Sport Rehabil

authors

Swanik KA,Huxel Bliven K,Swanik CB

doi

10.1123/jsr.20.4.471

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2011-11-01 00:00:00

pages

471-86

issue

4

eissn

1056-6716

issn

1543-3072

journal_volume

20

pub_type

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