Do we need to target “proprioception” in shoulder rehab with flexible or vibratory, blade-like rehab tools or water-filled pipes? Does the evidence support the use of these proprioceptive tools to improve patients shoulder pain, or are there different exercises that provide better results?
Find out in this podcast with Jo Gibson (Upper Limb Rehabilitation Specialist Physio) and discover whether to include proprioceptive treatment tools in your patients shoulder rehabilitation programs.
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Articles associated with this episode:
Ager AL, Borms D, Bernaert M, Brusselle V, Claessens M, Roy JS, Cools A. Can a conservative rehabilitation strategy improve shoulder proprioception? A systematic review. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation. 2020 Jul 31;30(1):136-51.