Shoulder pain and proprioception

The effect of shoulder pain on proprioception

Impaired proprioception is quite prevalent amongst people with shoulder pain. However, its relation with injury, as in other painful conditions, remains rather elusive. It is unclear whether deficits in proprioception is a result or a cause of injury and if and how are they affected by the presence of pain. Thus, the aim of the study was to investigate the effects of experimentally-induced sub-acromial pain on shoulder proprioception.


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