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Neuromuscular Exercises Improve Shoulder Function More Than Standard Care Exercises in Patients With a Traumatic Anterior Shoulder Dislocation: A Randomized Controlled Trial (2020)

Eshoj, H. R., Rasmussen, S., Frich, L. H., Hvass, I., Christensen, R., Boyle, E., Jensen, S. L., Søndergaard, J., Søgaard, K., & Juul-Kristensen, B. (2020). Neuromuscular exercises improve shoulder function more than standard care exercises in patients with a traumatic anterior shoulder dislocation: A randomized controlled trial. Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, 8(1), 232596711989610.

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There are many unknowns regarding the optimal way to rehabilitate traumatic anterior shoulder dislocations (ASDs). This randomized controlled trial compared neuromuscular exercises compared to self-managed, home-based standard of care shoulder exerci ...

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