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Table 8 Table of ongoing studies

From: Specific or general exercise strategy for subacromial impingement syndrome–does it matter? A systematic literature review and meta analysis

Study Methods Participants Intervention Outcome measures Start Contact
Turgut 2016
Effect Of Exercise Programs On 3-Dimensional Scapular Kinematics, Disability And Pain In Subjects With Shoulder Impingement
RCT Ages
18 to 45 years
Inclusion criteria
Subacromial impingement with scapular dyskenisis
Exclusion criteria
Additional muscular and skeletal or systemic diseases
(Group A)
•Kinetic chain exercises (exercises include kinetic chain segments)
Active comparator
(Group B)
•Traditional exercises (stretching and strengthening exercises)
Primary Outcome Measures
•3-Dimensional Scapular Kinematics measured by electromagnetic tracking system
•Scapular rotations and orientations in degrees
Secondary Outcome Measures
•Pain and Disability Status measured by Shoulder Pain and Disability Index (SPADI)
•Pain Severity measured by VAS (in millimeters)
Feb 2014 •Elif Turgut, MSc 00903123052525 ext 186,
•İrem Düzgün, PhD, 00903123052525 ext 186,
•Hacettepe University Recruiting Ankara, Turkey
  1. Abbreviations: RCT Randomized controlled trial, VAS Visual Analog Scale