Yıl: 2022 Cilt: 34 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 100 - 108 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.14744/agri.2022.87059 İndeks Tarihi: 14-06-2022

The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness

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Objectives: The aim of the study was to evaluate the prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with neck, back, and shoulder pain and examine the variations in clinical parameters cause by this combination. Methods: A total of 121 patients with neck, back, or shoulder pain were included in this prospective cross-sectional study. Demographic and clinical data of the patients were recorded. It was evaluated the intensity of pain with the visual analog scale (VAS), the presence of muscle shortness with muscle shortness tests, and scapular dyskinesia with the Lateral Scapular Slide Test. Results: The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia was 41.9% in the study population. Patients were divided into groups, with or without scapular dyskinesia for evaluation, and compared. The presence of scapular dyskinesia was significantly higher in patients with back and shoulder pain (p<0.05). When the distribution of scapular dyskinesia pathological types was evaluated, it was found that Type 1 was the most common in the study population. No significant difference was observed in pain intensity at rest and during activity between the groups (p>0.05), but the VAS score at night was significantly higher in patients with scapular dyskinesia (p<0.05). The pectoral, latissimus dorsi, and rhomboids muscle shortness were significantly higher in the group with scapular dyskinesia (p<0.05). Conclusion: The evaluation of the presence of scapular dyskinesia in a physical examination in patients with neck, back, and/ or shoulder pain will be a guide for the diagnosis and treatment of pain-related problems.
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Sırt, boyun ve omuz ağrısı olan hastalarda skapular diskinezi prevalansı ve bu kombinasyonun ağrı ve kas kısalığı üzerine etkisi

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Amaç: Bu çalışmada, boyun, sırt ve omuz ağrısı olan hastalarda skapular diskinezi prevalansının değerlendirilmesi ve bu kombinasyonun neden olduğu klinik parametrelerdeki varyasyonların incelenmesi amaçlandı. Gereç ve Yöntem: Bu prospektif kesitsel çalışmaya boyun, sırt veya omuz ağrısı olan toplam 124 hasta dahil edildi. Hastaların demografik ve klinik verileri kaydedildi. Görsel analog skalası ile ağrı şiddeti, kas kısalık testleri ile kas kısalığı ve lateral skapular slide testi ile skapular diskinezi varlığı değerlendirildi. Bulgular: Çalışma popülasyonunda skapular diskinezi prevalansı %41,9 idi. Hastalar değerlendirme için skapular diskinezi olan veya olmayan gruplara ayrıldı ve karşılaştırıldı. Sırt ve omuz ağrısı olan hastalarda skapular diskinezi varlığı anlamlı olarak daha yüksek bulundu (p<0,05). Skapular diskinezi patolojik tiplerinin dağılımı değerlendirildiğinde, çalışma popülasyonunda en yaygın tipin, tip 1 olduğu tespit edildi. Gruplar arasında istirahat ve aktivite sırasında ağrı şiddeti açısından anlamlı fark gözlenmezken (p>0,05), skapular diskinezili hastalarda gece görsel analog skala skoru anlamlı olarak daha yüksek saptandı (p<0,05). Pektoral, latissimus dorsi ve rhomboids kas kısalığının skapular diskinezi olan grupta anlamlı olarak daha yüksek olduğu belirlendi (p<0,05). Sonuç: Boyun, sırt ve/veya omuz ağrılı hastalarda fizik muayenede skapular diskinezi varlığının değerlendirilmesi ağrıya bağlı sorunların tanı ve tedavisi için yol gösterici olacaktır
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APA SAGLAM G, telli h (2022). The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. , 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
Chicago SAGLAM GONCA,telli hilal The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. (2022): 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
MLA SAGLAM GONCA,telli hilal The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. , 2022, ss.100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
AMA SAGLAM G,telli h The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. . 2022; 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
Vancouver SAGLAM G,telli h The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. . 2022; 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
IEEE SAGLAM G,telli h "The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness." , ss.100 - 108, 2022. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
ISNAD SAGLAM, GONCA - telli, hilal. "The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness". (2022), 100-108. https://doi.org/10.14744/agri.2022.87059
APA SAGLAM G, telli h (2022). The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. Ağrı, 34(2), 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
Chicago SAGLAM GONCA,telli hilal The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. Ağrı 34, no.2 (2022): 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
MLA SAGLAM GONCA,telli hilal The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. Ağrı, vol.34, no.2, 2022, ss.100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
AMA SAGLAM G,telli h The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. Ağrı. 2022; 34(2): 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
Vancouver SAGLAM G,telli h The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness. Ağrı. 2022; 34(2): 100 - 108. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
IEEE SAGLAM G,telli h "The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness." Ağrı, 34, ss.100 - 108, 2022. 10.14744/agri.2022.87059
ISNAD SAGLAM, GONCA - telli, hilal. "The prevalence of scapular dyskinesia in patients with back, neck, and shoulder pain and the effect of this combination on pain and muscle shortness". Ağrı 34/2 (2022), 100-108. https://doi.org/10.14744/agri.2022.87059